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Published on Feb 18, 2011
Short, sweet and hilarious!! George Younce final public appearance with William Gaither. He sings a unique parody of Side By Side, originally written in 1927, lyrics by Gus Kahn and music by Harry M. Woods. It is probably best known from a recording by Kay Starr in 1953. Also Nick Lucas did a number in "The Crooning Troubadour." Another famous version is a classic dueling duet sung by Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis (http://youtu.be/50xGa0rQ3s4.)
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LYRICS: We got married last Friday My girl was right there beside me Our friends were all gone We were alone Side by side
We were so happily wed when She got ready for bed then Her teeth and her hair She placed in a chair Side by side
One glass eye so tiny One hearing aid so small Then she took one leg off And placed it on the chair by the wall
I stood there broke hearted Most of my girl had departed I slept on the chair There was more of her there Side by side