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Billy Boy" is a traditional folk song and nursery rhyme found in the United States. It was sung in Disney's 1948 film So Dear to My Heart by Uncle Hiram and Granny Kincaid.

Lyrics

Granny:
Oh, where have you been, Billy boy, Billy boy
Oh, where have you been, charmin' Billy
HIRAM:
I have been to seek a wife
She's the joy of my life
She's a young thing
And cannot leave her mother

Granny:
Is she often seen in church, Billy boy, Billy boy
Is she often seen in church, charmin' Billy
HIRAM:
Yes, she's often seen in church
With a bonnet white as birch
She's a young thing
And cannot leave her mother

Granny:
Can she bake a cherry pie, Billy boy, Billy boy
Can she bake a cherry pie, charmin' Billy
Hiram:
She can bake a cherry pie
Quick as a cat can wink its eye
She's a young thing
And cannot leave her mother

Granny:
How old is she, Billy boy, Billy boy
How old is she, charmin' Billy
Hiram:
Three times six, four times seven
Twenty-eight and eleven
Oh, she's a young thing
And cannot leave her mother
Both:
She's a young thing
And cannot leave her mother


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