Tweedly-Dee:Connie Francis. #14 in 1959. #1. C G7 Tweedly, tweedly, tweedly-dee..I'm as happy as can be. C F Jimminy Crickets, Jimminy Jack..you make my heart go clickety clack. C G7 C Tweedlee, tweedlee, tweedly-dee. #2. C Tweedlee, tweedlee, tweedlee-dot..how you gonna keep that G7 honey you've got? C F Hunkies, hunkies fish that bite..I'm gonna see my baby tonight. C G7 C Tweedlee, tweedlee, tweedlee-dot. CHORUS: F C Tweedlee, tweedlee, tweedle-dee.. F C Give it up, give it up, give your love to me. F C G7 Tweedlee dot, tweedlee dot..give me, give me, give me, give me, D G7 give me all the love you got..Humty-ump, bum, bum. #3. C G7 Tweedlee, tweedlee, tweedlee-dum..I'm a lucky so and so. C F Hubba, hubba, honey do..I'm a gonna get my eyes on you. C G7 C Tweedlee, tweedlee, tweedlee dum. (INTERLUDE:) CHORUS: F C F C Tweedlee dum, tweedlee dum..give that kiss to me before you go. F C G7 D Tweedlee dum, tweedlee dum..looky, looky, looky, look at that G7 sugar plum..humty um, bum, bum. #4. C G7 Tweedlee, tweedlee, tweedlee dum..you're as sweet as bubble gum. C F Mercy, mercy puddin'n'pie..you've got somethin' that money can't buy. C G7 C Tweedlee, tweedlee, tweedlee dum. A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.