PIG LATIN SONG
(John D. Loudermilk)
BOB LUMAN (WARNER BROS. 5204, 1961)

Oink-oink, oink-oink
Two little piggies go walkin'
Two little piggies go talkin'
Down the lane, hand in hand each day
The he-piggy steals a kiss from her
And then starts to whisper
And this is what the little piggies say

Iay, Iay ovelay...
Iay ovelay ouyay ithway all of my heart
Iay ovelay ouyay ithway all of my heart
Darling please tell me that we'll never never part
If you're not hip or if you don't understand
They're sayin' I love you in P-I-G-L-A-T-I-N
Oh yeah, Iay, Iay ovelay
Iay ovelay ouyay ithway all of my heart
Iay ovelay ouyay ithway all of my heart
Darling please tell me that we'll never never part

Me and my baby go walkin'
Me and my baby go talkin'
Down the lane, hand in hand each day
I steal a kiss from her
And then we're startin' to whisper
And this is what, what we have to say

Iay, Iay ovelay...
Iay ovelay ouyay ithway all of my heart
Iay ovelay ouyay ithway all of my heart
Darling please tell me that we'll never never part
If you're not hip or if you don't understand
They're sayin' I love you in P-I-G-L-A-T-I-N
Oh yeah, Iay, Iay ovelay
Iay ovelay ouyay ithway all of my heart
Iay ovelay ouyay ithway all of my heart
Darling please tell me that we'll never never part
Please tell me that we'll never never part
Please tell me that we'll never never part
[Fade]

Pig Latin: secret language in which the first letter or syllable of a word is transferred to the end, and the syllable "ay" is added. Thus "Iay ovelay ouyay ithway" becomes "I love you with (all of my heart)"