Virtual Sunday Singalong – I Love You Honey

Published by Alison Watson-Shields on

Lyrics

Hello everyone, it’s time to sing. Hello everyone, it’s time to sing. Hello everyone, it’s time to sing. Join me in my song.

I Love You Honey, by Patsy Cline (1956)

Down in Dallas, near the Palace
I met a boy who was so cute
I loved his huggin’, I loved his kissin’
As we sat in his little red coupe
He said, tell me, confidentially
How much do you love me
Well, I thought awhile and then I smiled
And this is what I told him, don’tcha see

I love you honey, I love your money
I love your automobile
I love you baby, I don’t mean maybe
You’re the sweetest thing on wheels
I love your kisses, I wouldn’t miss it
No matter how I feel
I love you honey, I love your money
Most of all I love your automobile

Down in Dallas, near the Palace
I met a boy who was so cute
I loved his huggin’, I loved his kissin’
As we sat in his little red coupe
He said, tell me, confidentially
How much do you love me
Well, I thought awhile and then I smiled
And this is what I told him, don’tcha see

I love you honey, I love your money
I love your automobile
I love you baby, I don’t mean maybe
You’re the sweetest thing on wheels
I love your kisses, I wouldn’t miss it
No matter how I feel
I love you honey, I love your money
Most of all I love your automobile

Most of all I love your automobile

Goodbye everyone, it’s time to go. Goodbye everyone, it’s time to go. Goodbye everyone, it’s time to go. See you all next time.


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