Farmer John

Album: Farmer John Live! (1964)
  • How's your Pagoda?
    Has anybody seen Kosher Pickle Harry?
    No!
    If you see him tell him that Herbert's looking for him
    Herbert Who?
    OK ladies and gentlemen here we go - The Premiers!
    Yay!

    Farmer John
    I'm in love with your daughter
    The one
    With the champagne eyes
    She knows that I love her
    Ever since she showed me those eyes

    Farmer John
    Someday I will marry
    The one
    With the champagne eyes
    She won't accept my hand
    She won't wear my wedding band

    I dig the way she walks
    The way she talks
    She really knocks me out
    When she starts moving slow

    Let me tell ya Farmer John
    I'm in love with your daughter
    The one
    With the champagne eyes
    With the champagne eyes
    With the champagne eyes Writer/s: Dewey Terry Jr, Dewey Steven Terry Jr, Don F. Harris, Don F. Bowman Harris
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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