Just a Little Ginger Headed Feller

Just a little ginger headed feller
words and music by Mary Brett; arr. by Tom Davidson (1938)


Who’s got a smile that stretches out a mile,
And a pair of sturdy freckled legs,
Who’s full of cheer and hasn’t any fear,
Ev’erybody knows it’s Ginger Meggs.
 
Just a little ginger headed feller,
Ev’rybody knows his cheeky smile,
Though he’s always up to mischief,
He makes somone’s life worthwhile.
 
Laughing like a happy kookaburra,
Even when the sky’s not blue
Just a little ginger headed feller,
Bringing joy to me and you.
 
Ginger, Ginger, into ev’ry heart you stray,
Bringing sunbeams, chasing all the gloom away;
Just a little ginger headed feller,
Under Australia’s sunny sky.
Hitchin’ up his wagon to a sunbeam,
Watching the clouds roll by.
 
Who’s got a smile that stretches out a mile,
And a pair of sturdy freckled legs,
Who’s full of cheer and hasn’t any fear,
Ev’erybody knows it’s Ginger Meggs.

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