Go Visit Your Grandmother lyrics

- 70, Girls, 70

Go Visit Your Grandmother lyrics

Go Visit Your Grandmother

Go visit your grandmother,
Go tell your granny that you care.
Don't you know how glad she would be
To look up and see
You standing there?
So go visit your grandmother,
Go tell her everything's all right.
At the end of the play,
Call a cabbie and say:
"Take me to granny tonight."

Go visit your grandmother,
And you might even bring her flowers.
Go and take her out for a walk,
Or maybe you'll talk
For hours and hours.
Go visit your grandmother
As soon as you applaud the play.
Give her her due,
Sonny, you owe it to
Every granny in the U.S.A.

Don't be a louse like your brother Miltie
He doesn't know the meaning of guilty.
He likes to call her an alte kakker,
Someday he'll shock her off her rocker.
Just you be nicer than he is,
Go give the little lady a laugh.
You went to Fire Island this summer,
For God's sake, show her the photograph!
One thing I'm going to tell you,
This truth is plainer than day:
If it wasn't for that little old darling,
Where the hell would you be today?

So give her her due,
Sonny, you owe it to
Every granny in the U.S.A.,
Every granny in the U.S.A.
(And write one hell of a note!)
Last Update: January, 20th 2014


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