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If You Knew Susie
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Buddy DeSylva
Lyricist
Joseph Meyer
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"If You Knew Susie" is a song Frank Sinatra recorded for Columbia Records. This song was recorded during the performance of the film Anchors Aweigh.

Lyrics Edit

Iif you knew Susie, as we know Susie,
Oh, oh, oh what a gal .
She's not so choosy, no, not our Susie,
Oh, oh, Susie is a lot of balusie.
When Susie kisses, it never fails,
When Susie kisses, she takes the wind
Right out of your sails.
In conclusion, beware of Sus-ion,
Oh, oh, oh what a gal.
S - is for sincerity which she's got none of.
U - is for you know what I mean.
S - is for sincerity which she's got none of.
I - is for the Irish in her smile. her Irish smile.
E - is for her eagerness to please us,
That is how she wants her Navy-eee.
Put them all together, and they spell Su hu hu hu sie,
The sweetheart of all the boys at sea.
Oh that Susie, she's a two-sie,
She's not choosy, you won't losie,
Don't care who she, I mean you-sie,
you'll get woosy, after just one day with Susie.
When you take her home about ten,
Another guy is waiting there to take out Susie out again.
So when you choose she, beware of Susie
She's just much for you , and you and me, and the U.S.Navy
S S-U-S-U-S S-U-S-I S-U-S I-E

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