Any Little Girl That's A Nice Little Girl, etc.
By: Fred Fisher, Thomas J. Gray
Written by: Fred Fisher, Thomas J. Gray
Any Little Girl That's A Nice Little Girl, etc. [Version (a)]:
Said she: "My dear, it seems so queer,
I can't please you at all.
You say you're hurt because I flirt,
Let other fellows call.
I bead my eyes, I act too wise,
My manners are too bold.
What girl would do? Please tell me, do."
He said, "That's easily told."
"Any little girl that's a nice little girl
Is the right little girl for me.
She don't have to look like a girl in a book
If a good cook she should be.
She don't have to wear rats in her hair
Or a straight front XYZ.
Any little girl, that's a nice little girl,
Is the right little girl for me."
This can be found in the most sensational collection of songs, Prison And Mountain Songs (For Boys)
Like most of the song titles listed on the albums on the back of Saint Dude, this is a reference to a much older song. There is a famous song
from 1910 called "Any Little Girl, That's A Nice Little Girl, Is The Right Little Girl For Me." In 1931, it was made into a Betty Boop singalong cartoon: