Oh Boy
Words:Sunny West, Bill Tilghman and Norman Petty
Music:Sunny West, Bill Tilghman and Norman Petty
Performed By:  Buddy Holly, The Crickets
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Perf. Buddy Holly and the Crickets
Peermusic (UK) Ltd

All of my love, all of my kissin'
You don't know what you've been a missin', oh boy (oh boy)
When you're with me, oh boy (oh boy)
The world can see that you were meant for me.

All of my life I've been a waitin',
Tonight there'll be no hessitatin', oh boy (oh boy)
When you're with me, oh boy (oh boy)
The world can see that you were meant for me.

Stars appear and the shadow of the barn
You can hear my heart callin'
A little bit of lovin' makes everything right
And I'm going to see my baby tonight.

All of my love, all of my kissin'
You don't know what you've been a missin', oh boy (oh boy)
When you're with me, oh boy (oh boy)
The world can see that you were meant for me.

(backing singers)
Dum de dum dum, oh boy.
Dum de dum dum, oh boy.
Oh___

(instrumental)

All of my love, all my kissin'
You don't know what you've been a missin', oh boy (oh boy)
When you're with me, oh boy (oh boy)
The world can see that you were meant for me.

All of my life I've been a waitin'
Tonight there'll be no hessitatin', oh boy (oh boy)
When you're with me, oh boy (oh boy)
The world can see that you were meant for me.

Stars appear and the shadow of the barn
You can hear my heart callin'
A little bit of lovin' makes everything right
And I'm going to see my baby tonight.

All of my love, all of my kissin'
You don't know what you've been a missin', oh boy (oh boy)
When you're with me, oh boy (oh boy)
The world can see that you were meant for me.
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