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Penny Candy lyrics and chords are here for your personal use only,
this is a super cool song that's fun to play and sing, it was recorded
by Jim Reeves.
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Penny Candy Recorded by Jim Reeves Written by Cal Veale
G D7 There's a little girl lives on our street she's awful sweet and pretty G The boys stand on their heads for her but she thinks they're all silly C She's got freckles on her nose her hair is light and sandy G D7 G Penelope Candace is her name but we call her Penny Candy
D7 She doesn't know what a nickel is she's got no use for dollars G There's always a penny in her hand and a licorice on her collar C She's the sweetest girl in town the little boys think she's a dandy G D7 G But the monkey shines don't bother her when she's eating Penny Candy C G Penny Candy she eats that messy kind D7 G Penny Candy she eats it all the time
D7 She brightens up the neighborhood her little face is always glowing G And when she's in a hurry we all know where she's a going C It's to the little corner store that's awful close and handy G D7 G Then once again her happy face is black with Penny Candy C G Penny Candy she eats that messy kind D7 G Penny Candy she eats it all the time
D7 She's always got a smile for you if you should ever meet her G And with Candy on her face her smile is a little sweeter C Penelope Candace is her name and she likes that fine and dandy G D7 G But if you want to see her dimples show just call her Penny Candy C G Penny Candy she eats that messy kind D7 G Penny Candy she eats it all the time
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