Miss Opal Lucile, she talks a great deal,
She does, she, does, she does;
She talks about this; she talks about that-
A pig or a dog, a cow or a cat-
You'd think she'd be poor-she isn't she's fat
Listen! Hear her tongue buzz?
Miss Opal Lucile can say a great deal
She can, she can, she can,
She talks to her doll-its name's Bessie Love,
She gives it a hug then gives it a shove,
She swings it around, across and above
And washes its face in a pan.
Miss Opal Lucile she spins on her heel
And walks, and walks, and walks,
She says to her mama, "Could I do this?
If you will let me, I gives you a kiss."
She has her own way, the pert little miss,
And talks, and talks, and talks
Miss Opal Lucile has fun that is real,
Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh:
Tra la la la she laughs and she sings
"I want a new wrist watch and firteen new rings,
Some beads and slippers and lots of new fings,
Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh."
© O. E. Enfield, January 1924