Has Anybody Seen My Girl is an American popular song that achieved its
greatest popularity in the 1920s. It is sometimes known simply as "Has Anybody
Seen My Girl?" and sometimes simply as...
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Jul 13, 2008 ... "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue" (Art Landry, 1925) ... as the song went through
many adjustments and had lyrics and verses added or removed ...
FIVE FOOT TWO, EYES OF BLUE (Music: Ray Henderson / Lyrics: Sam Lewis &
Joe Young) Gene Austin - 1925 Art Landry & His Orch. (vocal: Denny Curtis) ...
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Jan 8, 2007 ... Dean Martin sings the classic jazz tune "Five Foot Two" in this live recording from
an August 2, 1949 ... I should be "5' 2, eyes of blue, but oh, what those five FEET..
.." ... The guy who wrote the lyrics has the same name as me..
Five foot two, eyes of blue. But oh what those five foot could do. Has anyone seen
my gal. Turned up nose and turned down hose. Never had another beau
Words: Sam M. Lewis and Joseph Widow Young; Music: Ray Henderson (1925).
Lyrics. Five foot two, eyes of blue, But, oh, what those five feet can do!
Oct 10, 2012 ... “Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue (Has Anybody Seen My Gal?” from Jeremy ... written
by Percy Weinrich (music) and Jack Mahoney (lyrics) in 1914.
Five foot two, eyes of blue. But oh, what those five foot could do. Has anybody
seen my girl? Turned up nose, turned down hose. Never had no other beaus
Five Foot Two recorded by Dean Martin written by Ray Henderson, Samuel
Lewis, Joseph Young C E7 Five foot two eyes of blue. A7 But oh what those five
I just saw a maniac, maniac, maniac, Wild, and tearing his hair, Jumping like a
Jumpin' Jack, Jumpin' Jack, Jumpin' Jack, Child, you should have been there,