8 thoughts on “ Ma, Hes Making Eyes At Me - The Lucky Duckies - Glamour & Nostalgia - Part Two (CD, Album) ”

  1. Ma, he's making eyes at me Ma, he's awful nice to me Ma, he's almost breaking my heart I'm beside him Mercy! Let his conscience guide him! Ma, he wants to marry me Be my honey bee Every minute he gets bolder Now he's leaning on my shoulder Ma, he's kissing me Ma, he's making eyes at me.
  2. Ma! (He's Making Eyes at Me) () If My Friends Could See Me Now () Ma! (He's Making Eyes at Me) is the debut album by Scottish singer Lena Zavaroni, released in on Philips Records. Track listing. Ma! (He's Making Eyes at Me)" (Con Conrad, Sidney Clare) Genre: Pop.
  3. Lucky Duckies - Glamour & Nostalgia - Part Two music MP3 album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  4. Song (Youtube link) "Ma, He's Makin' Eyes At Me" is a song by Teresa Brewer. It was the original music used for Chloe's solo in Wildly Inappropriate. However, due to possible copyright issues the performance on the show was replaced with a different song. Youtube link.
  5. Ma, she wants to marry me Be my honey bee Every minute she gets bolder Now she's leaning on my shoulder Ma, she's kissing me Ma, she's making eyes at me Ma, she's awful nice to me Ma, she's almost breaking my heart If you peek in, can't you see I'm goin' to weaken Ma, she wants to marry me, Be my honey bee Ma I'm meeting with resistance I shall.
  6. Ma (She's Making Eyes At Me) Lyrics: Ma, she's making eyes at me / Ma, she looks so good to me / Ma, she's almost breaking my heart / I'm beside her, please let her conscience guide her / Ma, she.
  7. Jul 14,  · Sorry.. I haven't heard of that song. I know of one from the 40's called "Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me". sung by the following artists (at one time or another).
  8. Ma, he wants to marry me, Be my honey bee. Ev'ry minute he gets bolder, Now he's leaning on my shoulder, Ma, he's kissing me!" Lilly was so good, ev'ry body could tell. You'd never see her roam, She'd always stay at home; All the neighbors knew little Lilly too well. For when the boys would call, They'd hear her yell: Ma, he's making eyes at me.

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