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Yes Sir, That's My Baby
Composer
Walter Donaldson
Lyricist
Gus Kahn
Published
1966
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1966
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"Yes Sir, That's My Baby" is a song written in 1925. The song has been recorded by over 100 artists including Nat King Cole, Rick Nelson, and Eddie Cantor. Frank Sinatra didn't record this song until 1966 for his album Strangers in the Night.

Lyrics Edit

Yes sir, that's my baby
No sir, I don't mean maybe
Yes sir, that's my baby now

Yes, ma'm, we've decided
No ma'm, we won't hide it
Yes, ma'm, you're invited now

By the way, by the way
When we meet the preacher I'll say

Yes sir, that's my baby
No sir, I don't mean maybe
Yes sir, that's my baby now

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