Come on baby, let me take you by the hand Come on sugar, let me take you by the hand Go for me, let me be All your own candy, your candy Candy man
Come on baby, I love your honey lovin' ways Baby sweet thing, I love your honey lovin', your honey lovin' ways Come to me, let me be All your own candy, your candy Candy man
Come on woman, gonna treat you right Give you candy kisses every single night
Candy man, candy man Candy man, candy man Go for me, let me be All your own candy, your candy Candy man Yeah, candy, candy, candy I got a sweet, sweet tooth for you Yeah, candy, candy, candy I got a sweet, sweet tooth for you
Writer/s: Beverly Ross, Neil Fredricks
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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"Candyman" is Sammy Davis Jr.'s song, also actor Gene Wilder did it Willy Wonka. "Candy Man" (with a space and two caps) is Roy Orbison's song. Man, I wish he didn't die... He was still young enough to do more. My favorite Roy song is "You Got It" 1988. I do a Country Version.
Terry from Willmar, MnYou need to check the song out you're commenting on, Don. That's a TOTALLY different song from this Orbison classic.
Barry from Sauquoit, NyRoy's backing band released a record of their own in 1967, it was titled "Georgia Pines" and it peaked at No. 81 and stayed in the Top 100 for five weeks!!!
Don from Auckland, New ZealandI know that Sammy Davis Jnr [of rat pack fame] made a hit out of Candyman. From all accounts he did not want to sing it, but he did and it was one of his greatest hits
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