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He's a Demon, He's a Devil, He's a Doll is a song performed by Betty Hutton, that features on Diamond City Radio.

Background Edit

The song "He's a Demon, He's a Devil, He's a Doll" was originally performed by American stage actor and singer Betty Hutton and published in the year of 1950. Written by Don Raye and Harold Spina, and with the tracks orchestra being conducted by Pete Rugolo, it was released to the public by RCA Records.

Lyrics Edit

Everyone tells me he's no good
He doesn't love me like he should
I would forget him if I only could
He's a demon, he's a devil, he's a doll

That man can look me in the eye
And tell the biggest, sweetest lie
And I forget that lipstick on his tie
He's a demon, he's a devil, he's a doll

Sometimes I make up my mind
That I'll stop being so blind
And tell him off real bad
But then he turns on those charms
And there I am in his arms
And I forget why I'm mad

I ought to tell him "drop dead!"
But I keep loving him instead
My momma must have dropped me on my head
He's a demon, he's a devil, he's a doll

Sometimes he thrills me through and through
Sometimes he's sweet, sometimes he's true
Sometimes I wish he were in Timbuktu
He's a demon, he's a devil, he's a doll

He says he'll call for me late at night
And take me out somewhere to dine
Then staggers in and sings "Sweet Adeline"
He's a darling, he's a dreamboat, he's a dog

I had the measles at two, the chickenpox and the flu
My whooping cough was grim
I had the itch and the mumps, the poison ivy and clumps
To top it, now I've got him

He's a palooka, he's a brute
He drives me crazy but he's cute
Why do I love a guy I ought to shoot
He's a demon, he's a devil, he is a doll

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Betty Hutton - He's A Demon, He's A Devil, He's A Doll (1950)03:15

Betty Hutton - He's A Demon, He's A Devil, He's A Doll (1950)

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