Prairie Flow’r Rhyme Lyrics And Video

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“I’m a Little Prairie Flower.” Composed by Leslie Sarony and Leslie Holmes (1937).  Recorded by Jack Harris and His Orchestra with Elsie Carlisle as a vocalist on October 25, 1937. HMV B. D. 5289 MX. OEA 5109-1.

Prairie Flow’r Lyrics

I’m a little prairie flow’r,
Growin’ wilder by the hour;
No one cares to cultivate me,
‘Cause I’m as wild as wild can be.

I’m a little snowflake white
Floating downward in the night;
Nobody ever cuddles up to me,
‘Cause I’m as cold as cold can be.

I’m a wrinkled little prune,
Very soon I may be stewn;
If I do, look out for me,
‘Cause I’m as bad as bad can be.
I’m as bad as bad can be.
Too-ra-loo-ra, too-ra-lee!

I’m a little acorn brown,
Lying on the dusty ground;
Nobody stops to pick me up,
‘Cause I am just a little NUT.

I was just a little nut,
‘Til I fell out of that tree;
Then Mr. Smith came walkin’ along,
Silly man, he stepped on me!
Teedle-dum, teedle-dee.

I’M CRACKED! I’M WILD! I’M CRAZY!

Prairie Flow’r Video

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