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  1. Dec 12,  · Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) (John Fred/Andrew Bernard) Judy in disguise, well that's a-what you are a-Lemonade pies with a brand new car Cantaloupe eyes come to me tonight Judy in disguise, with glasses Keep a-wearing your bracelets and your new rah-rah a-Cross your heart, yeah, with your living bra A chimney sweep sparrow with guise Judy.
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  4. Judy in disguise, well that's a-what you are A-lemonade pies, with a brand new car Cantaloupe eyes come to me tonight Your Judy in disguise, with glasses Keep a-wearing your bracelets, and your new rah-rah A-cross your heart, yeah, with your living bra A-chimney sweep sparrow with guys Your Judy in disguise, with glasses Come to me tonight.
  5. Judy in Disguise (with Glasses) Lyrics: {Intro} / Judy in disguise, well that's what you are / A lemonade pie with your brand new car / Cantaloupe eyes come to me tonight / Judy in disguise.
  6. " Judy in Disguise (with Glasses) " is a song that was a hit for the Louisiana -based John Fred and his Playboy Band in early The song was co-written by Fred with bandmate Andrew Bernard. The song was inspired by Fred's listening to The Beatles ' hit, " Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds ".
  7. Jan 02,  · As to "Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)," I've always heard it as a novelty song. Going against the grain here, I dare say that it isn't a particularly good novelty song, either. There are lots of other bouncy top 40 hits from around the same time that hold up better for me.
  8. About Judy in Disguise (With Glasses) "Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)" is a song that was a hit for the Louisiana-based John Fred & His Playboy Band in late The song was jointly written and composed by Fred and bandmate Andrew Bernard.

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