Let Me Call You Sweetheart

Let Me Call You Sweetheart

There was an alternate version of this song about the automobile from the Model T era called “Let Me Call You Lizzie.”  Best I can find, the main lyrics went something like this:

Let me call you Lizzie, I’m in debt for you.
Let me hear you rattle as you used to do.
Keep your headlights burning and your taillights too.
Let me call you Lizzie – I’m in debt for you.

Love, the oldest tale in the storybook.  Love wisely…

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3 Responses to Let Me Call You Sweetheart

  1. mandy says:

    🙂 Oh my gosh–do we get to vote?? I LOVE the Little Rascals SO much. Out of loyalty I must pick Alfalfa! But that quartet is my 2nd choice 🙂

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  2. DogDharma says:

    Alfalfa is too cute for his own good. 🙂 I’d have to pick his version, too. 🙂

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  3. Gen says:

    Did anyone hear this version from a high school classmate as you were driving her home after school?
    Let me call you sweetheart
    I’m in love with your automobile
    Keep those headlights burning
    And your gas tank filled

    Let me call you sweetheart
    I’m in love with your automobile!


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