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Bless Your Beautiful Hide - Howard Keel lyrics

Bless your beautiful hide, wherever you may be
We ain't met yet, but I'm-a-willin' to bet
You're the gal for me
Bless your beautiful hide, you're just as good as lost
I don't know you're name but I'm-a-stakin' my claim
Lest your eyes is crossed

Oh I'd swap my gun and I'd swap my mule
Though whoever took it would be one big fool
Or pay your way through cooking school
If'n you would say I do

Bless your beautiful hide, prepare to bend your knee
And take that vow 'cause I'm-a-tellin' you now
You're the gal for me

Pretty and trim, but kinda slim
Heavenly eyes, but oh, that size
She's gotta be right to be the bride for me
Bless you beautiful hide, wherever you may be

Pretty and trim, but not too slim
Heavenly eyes and just the right size
Simple and sweet, and sassy as can be
Bless her beautiful hide, yes, she's the gal for me!

Bless Your Beautiful Hide - Howard Keel Video

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) - Bless Yore Beautiful Hide: Howard Keel comes to town to find himself a wife, in the 1954 Stanley Donen musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Music by Gene de Paul, lyrics by Johnny Mercer. (video from YouTube)

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