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If You Knew Susie 27

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you knew Sus - ie like I know Sus - ie,

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you knew Sus - ie like I know Sus - ie,
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oh, oh, oh what a girl! There's

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oh, oh, oh what a girl! She
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none so clas - sy as this fair las - sie,

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oh, oh, ho - ly Mos - es what a chas - sis!

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oh, oh, what a fu - ture she pos - ses - ses!

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We went rid - ing, she did - n't balk,

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We went rid - ing, she did - n't balk,

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back from Yon - kers, I'm the one who had to walk! If

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back from Yon - kers, I'm the one who had to walk! If

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you knew Sus - ie like I know Sus - ie,

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you knew Sus - ie like I know Sus - ie,

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oh, oh what a girl! If


oh, oh what a girl!
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