Busy Timmy (Timmy is a Big Boy Now) – Music by Alec Wilder Lyrics by Marshall Barer

Music by Alec Wilder
Lyrics by Marshall Barer.
Introduced by Anne Lloyd, Dick Byron and the Sandpipers.
Published by Golden Record in 1951
Review from Billboard February 10, 1951 “Another Wilder-Barer original based on a Little Golden book. This one has pop potential. Fine follow-up for book buyers. For tots”

Lyrics

Timmy put his shoes on by himself
Ever since they showed him how
He can tie a lace
He can wash his face
Timmy is a big boy now

He can eat the supper by himself
And he never makes a raw
He can climb the stairs
He can comb his hair
Timmy is a big boy now

He grows so fast
As days goes past
He never looks the same
He’ll soon be bright enoght to
Write his name

He can do so many big boy things
He deserves to take a bow

He can tire his lace
He can climb the stairs
He can count his toes
He can blow his nose
He can snap the light
And say “Good night”
For Timmy is a big boy now

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