the twentieth century

the twentieth century

The Beatles - Ain't She Sweet

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"Ain't She Sweet" is a song composed by Milton Ager (music) and Jack Yellen (lyrics) and published in 1927 by Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc./Warner Bros., Inc. It became popular in the first half of the twentieth century, one of the hit songs that typified the Roaring Twenties. "Ain't She Sweet" was also performed by The Beatles with John Lennon on lead vocals. It was recorded on June 23, 1961 at the Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, Hamburg, Germany with Pete Best on drums, and Bernard Purdie for drum overdubs,[citation needed] produced by Bert Kaempfert, released in 1964, May 29 on Polydor NH 52-317 (UK).[1], and included on the Anthology 1 album in 1995. A different rendition, recorded during a jam session in 1969 with Ringo Starr on drums, was released on the Beatles' Anthology 3 - it is the only song which appears on two of the Anthology records. The song was also included in the John Lennon Anthology box set. Lyrics: Oh ain't she sweet, Well see her walking down that street. Yes I ask you very confidentially: Ain't she sweet? Oh ain't she nice, Well look her over once or twice. Yes I ask you very confidentially: Ain't she nice? Just cast an eye In her direction. Oh me oh my, Ain't that perfection? Oh I repeat Well don't you think that's kind of neat? Yes I ask you very confidentially: Ain't she sweet? Oh ain't she sweet, Well see her walking down that street. Well I ask you very confidentially: Ain't she sweet? Oh ain't that nice, Well look it over once or twice. Yes I ask you very confidentially: Ain't she nice? Just cast an eye In her direction. Oh me oh my, Ain't that perfection? Oh I repeat Well don't you think that's kind of neat? Yes I ask you very confidentially: Ain't she sweet? Oh ain't she sweet, Well see her walking down that street. Well I ask you very confidentially: Ain't she sweet? Well I ask you very confidentially: Ain't she sweet?