J.D. Carroll

J.D. Carroll

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Folk - Contemporary | Wayne, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,666   
Member Since: 2005
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5

Song Description

Sweet Natalie is Mrs.Mallard's daughter. She is East Farewell's best looking and most popular girl and she knows it.

Story Behind the Song

The Story of East Farewell starts to revlove around Natalie and her exploits in town. Other characters are introduced through her and how she acts and reacts to them.

Lyrics

Sweet Natalie
©J.D. Carroll
Creative Ventures Music

Well, she was sweet (sweet),
sweet, (sweet),
sweet Natalie
She kissed the boys and treats them all bad-a-ly.

Sweet (sweet),
sweet (sweet),
sweet Natalie Mallard!

She's coy, oh boy, she employs
those moves, big blues,
but to you she's just
sweet (sweet),
sweet (sweet),
Sweet Natalie Mallard!

She went to school just to learn how to walk.
She went to school just to learn how to talk.
Now she's back, she's painted and tan
and she knows every rule about getting a man.

She's sweet (sweet),
sweet (sweet),
Sweet Natalie.
She kissed the boys
and she drives them all mad-a-ly,
sweet (sweet),
sweet (sweet),
Sweet Natalie Mallard!

She's lined, shined, quite refined.
She's mean, she's clean,
sometimes obscene.
She's sweet (sweet),
sweet (sweet),
Sweet Natalie Mallard!
One day a man came into her life.
He asked if she would be his wife.
She just laughed and turned away.
She said," I'll think about that some other day."

'Cause she's sweet (sweet),
sweet (sweet),
Sweet Natalie.

She kissed the boys
and she treats them all bad-a-ly.
She's sweet (sweet),
sweet (sweet),
Sweet Natalie Mallard ! !

Song Length
2:24
Genres
Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll, Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Moods
Beside Yourself, Anxious

Subject Matter
General, Femininity


Language
English
Era
1970 - 1979

Lyric Credits JD Carroll
Music Credits JD Carroll
Producer Credits JD Carroll
Publisher Credits Creative Ventures Music, Inc.
Performance Credits JD Carroll
Label Credits Creative Ventures Music, Inc.