Where's My Shoe? Lyrics. From Musical "She Loves Me"
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Where's My Shoe? Lyrics
by . From She Loves Me.
Amalia: (Spoken) So you've come to see if I'm really sick! Is that it?
George: (Spoken) No! no
So you can tell everyone there's not a thing wrong with me (no,no,no)
That I just don't care about my job! (No, no..I)
Well Mr. Nowack, you're not going to have that chance!
What time is it? (What?) I won't be very late....
(Sung) Where's my other shoe, help me find my other shoe!
Don't just stand there like that where's my shoe
(I think you should lie down!)
Help me find my other shoe,
I can't leave until I do.
Will you give me my hat where's my shoe?
(Please Miss Balash, lie down!)
I hate to disappoint you, now that you've got your hopes up;
thrilled to be doing something mean! (Miss Balash do be sensible)
Just tell me if it's cold out, come help me pick a sweater,
I can't decide on white or green....
(Now Miss Balash you're sick and you ought to lie down!)
Where'd you put my shoe? That's a sneaky thing to do!
You don't want me to go do you?
I can see right through you!
Where's my shoe? You shouldn't be on your feet!
Where's my shoe? Be a good girl and go
My right.... Back To....
If I were a shoe, where would I have gotten to?
Now, if I were a shoe I'd be there! (Please Miss Balash lie down!)
Is it very cold? Yes, you told me it was cold.
Tell me what kind of dress should I wear? (You've a fever I think)
I couldn't wear a sweater, that wouldn't fit my mood now.
I feel like wearing something gay!
I'm feeling so much better, I feel so gay and giddy!
One shoe and I'll be on my way....
Hahahaha see? There is nothing wrong with me!
I am going you can't stop me! Stop it now please drop me!
Put me down!
Where's my shoe?
My right shoe!
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