Stevens bridget the midget
Bridget the Midget (The Queen of the Blues) is from the album called "Boogity Boogity". "Bridget. Bridget The Midget (The Queen Of The Blues) Lyrics - Ray Stevens Erin. Age: 27. Often i get compliments for my natural beauty, excellent taste and warm personality. My interests are intelligent men who show me the fragrance of life, fashion, diamonds and pearls. Shoobydoo-wop-wop Shoobydoo-wop-wop Oh, I dig it, I really dig it! Taps and giggles Oh I dig it, I really dig it Hey sit down buddy you can't come up on the stage But I dig it, oh Now here's the moment we've all waited for Three singin' little cuties that we all adore You've heard 'em with Bridget on all of her hits They lay down a groove and the sound never quits They got what it takes there ain't no doubt Strawberry and the Shortcakes work it on out, ow! Find a Ray Stevens - Bridget The Midget (The Queen Of The Blues) first pressing or reissue. Complete your Ray Stevens collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Zoe. Age: 25. Want to spend an evening in the company of gorgeous Lady? Want to feel like a real man, passionate and desirable beast that will be seduced by a beautiful temptress? Bridget the Midget Lyrics Find a Ray Stevens - Bridget The Midget first pressing or reissue. Complete your Ray Stevens collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Bridget the Midget (Queen of the Blues) Lyrics: Well come on down to the go go, we're down on the strip / If you want to get hip to a brand new trip / They got a new soul singer, she's really dynamite / Jam up, jelly tight, out. Marziya. Age: 29. I'm Margo Lyrics to Bridget The Midget (The Queen Of The Blues) by Ray Stevens: Well come on down to the go-go we're down on the strip / If you want. Ray Stevens' Greatest Hits is a collection of songs that Ray Stevens previously recorded for Barnaby and Monument Records from to This marks the first album appearance of Stevens' novelty hit single "Bridget the Midget This collection contains two more singles from Barnaby while the rest are recordings for. Lyrics to 'Bridget the Midget' by Ray Stevens. Well the wife went out of town 'bout a year or so back / And left me at home by myself to batch / And after five.