Honey Bun (1949)
(m) Richard Rodgers (w) Oscar Hammerstein II (I) Musical: South Pacific by Mary Martin. 1958 film version by Mitzi Gaynor; 2001 TV version by Glenn Close; 2006 Concert Version by Reba McEntire; 2008 Revival by Kelli O’Hara
Verse: My doll is as dainty as a sparrow.
Her figure is something to applaud.
Where she’s narrow, she’s as narrow as an arrow.
And she’s broad where a broad should be broad.

Chorus: A hundred and one pounds of fun,
That’s my little honey bun.
Get a load of honey bun tonight.
I’m speaking of my sweetie pie,
Only sixty inches high.
Every inch is packed with dynamite.
Her hair is blond and curly.
Her curls are hurly burly.
Her lips are pips.
I call her hips whirly and twirly.
She’s my baby. I’m her pap.
I’m her booby. She’s my trap.
I am caught and I don’t wanna run,
Cause I’m having so much fun with honey bun.
Believe me sonny.
She’s a cookie who can cook you till you’re done.
Ain’t bein’ funny.
Sonny, put your money on my honey bun.