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Boys Boys Boys (The Chiffons) · Boys Boys Boys (Sabrina) · Best of Sabrina: Boys, Boys, Boys (Sabrina) · Boys, Boys, Boys (Lesley Gore) · Boys, Boys, Boys (Lesley Gore) · William Joseph Watkins (William Joseph Watkins) · William, Pt. 1 [UK] (The Others) · William, Pt. 2 [UK] (The Others) · William, It Was Really Nothing (The Smiths) · William Fitzsimmons (William Fitzsimmons) – and 90 other albums »


A doll, a doll, William wants a doll
Don't be a sissy said his best friend Ed
Why should a boy want to play with a doll
Dolls are for girls said his
There's no one in the whole wide world who can love like you do 
Oh William-William, will you be mine 
If you want lovin', tonight's the time 
Just kiss
the soft southern winds in the live oak trees
And those Williams boys they still mean a lot to me
Hank and Tennessee
I guess we’re all gonna be what we’re
there's no bugger in
I have to sing Gothic, boo hoo 

See me, a new reign
A new reign not to be forgotten
Right place, right time
Right time
William's honey
Sweet and teeny buzzing around, you sexy thing
Your banjo's playing songs to attract all the boys
But you prefer girls -- which is natural
ya tease me
I just fell in love, boy
So rock me kinda slow and kinda easy
All day and all night

Sweet William said
With a drunken head
if I had a boat
Take once for all
She said now don't ya tease me
I just fell in love, boy
So rock me kinda slow and kinda easy
All day and all night

Sweet William
ya tease me
I just fell in love, boy
So rock me kinda slow and kinda easy
All day and all night

Sweet William said
With a drunken head
if I had a boat
that woman
Everynight 
Big Bad Bill is Sweet William now 

Ah, play it boys
I likes that jazz 

Big Bad Bill don't fight any more (No, he don't)
seals will be collected by the William and the Nancy.

Our course be east-north-east two days and two nights,
Out captain he cried out, "Boys, look ahead
stopped by today
At Hank Williams's grave
My hero from the days of my youth
Was that him or me
That I used to be
In the times when I searched for
on something
Some suck scum, some suck tits and some just suck up
They all suck something
Except Ted Williams

He never sucked
I'll be buried with Ted
Stranded out in the night
Eliza took me down
To see the widow give
Rain to the town

It's against the law
To be a tonic man
But the widow
is Sweet William now

Aw, play it boys

Aw, yeah!
Who!
I likes that, yeah ("Yeah," say I)

Ah, why-well, Big Bad Bill don't fight anymore (No, he
As we rode out to Fennario, as we rode on to Fennario
Our captain fell in love with a lady like a dove
And called her by a name, pretty Peggy-O.
Stranded out in the night,
Eliza took me down
To see the widow give
Rain to the town.
It's against the law
To be a tonic man,
But the widow
and a boy named Bill
Where there's a sky that's full of moonlight
And a Mary full of charm
There ought to be a William
Snuggled in her arms
So if I kiss
still hear the soft southern winds in the live oak trees
And those Williams boys they still mean a lot to me Hank and Tennessee
I guess we're all gonna
can still hear the soft Southern winds in the live oak trees
And those Williams boys they still mean a lot to me
Hank and Tennessee
I guess we're all
HEART TO HEART TALK
WITH LEONA WILLIAMS
WRITER LEE ROSS

How foolish can you be to be ruled by jealousy
Could you throw away what was planned
Why
fearing, halfway hoping
That blackguard boy with handsome muscle
Disturb your sleep with tiny tussle
And earn by stealing
Mrs William gone again

But
can still hear the soft Southern winds in the live oak trees
And those Williams boys they still mean a lot to me
Hank and Tennessee
I guess we're all
the vibes is strong
Salinas Filipinas, they come one by one
All lined up, and they ready for fun
Short one's, tall one's, beautiful ones
B-boys, b
that we pass by,
 There I'll enquire for my sailor boy
 
 They had not sailed long on the deep
 When a Queen's ship they chanced to meet.
 "You
most men were awake 
Sweet William said he was troubled in his head 
From a dream he had last night 

He called his weary waiting maids 
By one, by