Lady and the Tramp He's a Tramp

song written by Sonny Burke & Peggy Lee, performed by Peggy Lee (Peg), from original soundtrack of Lady and the Tramp (1955) movie.

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Song lyrics

He's a tramp
But they love him.
Breaks a new heart every day
He's a tramp.
They adore him
And I only hope he'll stay that way.
He's a tramp.
He's a scoundrel
He's a rounder
He's a cad.
He's a tramp
But I love him.
Yes, even I have got it pretty bad
You can never tell
When he'll show up
He gives you plenty of trouble
I guess he's just a no-count pup
But I wish that he were double
He's a tramp
He's a rover
And there's nothin' more to say
If he's a tramp
He's a good one
And I wish that
I could travel his way
Wish that I could travel his way.
Wish that I could travel his way.

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It was the last Disney animated film for which Oliver Wallace did the score, as the scores for the next six Disney animated films were composed by George Bruns: Sleeping Beauty (1959) (last Disney feature to have cels inked by hand), 101 Dalmatians (1961) (based on novel by Dodie Smith), The Sword In The Stone (1963) (last animated feature released while Walt Disney was alive), The Jungle Book (1967) (based on Rudyard Kipling's book), The AristoCats (1970) (based on a story by Tom McGowan and Tom Rowe) and Robin Hood (1973) (based on character and story by Ken Anderson).

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