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Lyrics: Jolly Holiday

Artist: Disney
Song: Jolly Holiday
Released: 1964
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Jolly Holiday lyrics
Ain't it a glorious day
Right as a mornin' in May
I feel like I could fly

Now Bert, none of your larking about

'Ave you ever seen
The grass so green
Or a bluer sky

Oh, it's a jolly 'oliday
With Mary
Mary makes your 'eart so light

You haven't changed a bit, have you?

When the day is gray
And ordinary
Mary makes the sun shine bright

Oh honestly

Oh 'appiness is bloomin'
All around 'er
The daffoldils are smilin'
At the dove
When Mary 'olds your 'and
You feel so grand
Your 'eart starts beatin'
Like a big brass band

You are lightheaded

Oh, it's a jolly holiday with Mary
No wonder that it's Mary that we love

Oh, it's a jolly 'oliday
With Mary
Mary makes your 'eart so light
When the day is gray
And ordinary
Mary makes the sun shine bright

Oh 'appiness is bloomin'
All around 'er
The daffoldils are smilin'
At the dove
When Mary 'olds your 'and
You feel so grand
Your 'eart starts beatin'
Like a big brass band

It's a jolly holiday with Mary
No wonder that it's Mary that we love

Oh, it's a jolly holiday
With you, Bert
Gentlemen like you are few

A vanishing breed, that's me

Though you're just a diamond
In the rough, Bert
Underneath your blood is blue

Common knowledge

You'd never think of pressing
Your advantage
For bearance is the hallmark
Of your creed

True

A lady needn't fear
When you are near
Your sweet gentility is crystal clear
Oh, it's a jolly holiday with you, Bert
A jolly, jolly holiday with you

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