Little Lou
Eddie Daniels / Jerry Capehart - 1958

Well, she gets up in the morning with the roosters and the hens.
Get ready for school before the class begins.
Oh, little Lou, can I walk to school with you?
The bells are ringin’. If we are late, what shall we do?

Well, if the teachers in the classroom ask us why we been
late today, oh, it is late again.
Oh, little Lou, why did you make me hesitate?
You know the teacher will say there’s no excuse for bein’ late.

Well, the lunchbell’s a-ringin’ and it’s time for us to eat.
The dean keeps us shovin’ all this steppin’ on my feet.
Oh, little Lou, I’ll save a place in line for you.
Now that luch has passed, can I walk you back to class?

Well, the last class is over and I’m standing all alone.
A football star walks my little Lou home.
Oh, little Lou, child this is more than I can bear.
I’ll try tomorrow, hope to hear you say you care.

Oh, oh, oh, little Lou, child this is more than I can bear.
I’ll try tomorrow, hope to hear you say you care.

Oh, oh, oh, little Lou, child this is more than I can bear…

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