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Pretty Little Majorette and Twirly, Twirly

Sometime between 1960 and 1967, a little-known singer named Don Gann recorded a song called Pretty Little Majorette. Here is a video of the song published on YouTube in 2011. Since that time, it’s only had 2,600 views and 26 likes. We’ve preserved the recording in a separate file just in case something happens to the account. We’ve shared the lyrics below the video.

Pretty Little Majorette (lyrics)

Pretty, pretty little majorette,
I like to watch you take every little step

Watching you prance around the football field
I’d like to know your name and know someday I will

Yes, I know I will. I will
I know I will.
Yes, I will.

There are 30,000 fans in the stands
Each one hopes his favorite team will win.
But I don’t care who wins
If I could only hold hands with you.

I know someday I will
Yes, I know I will. I will
I know I will.
Yes, I will.

Pretty little majorette dressed in gold. Dressed in gold. Dressed in gold.

The mother and dad they sit in the stands
TV flashes her name through out the lands.

Many people come, young and old, to see the pretty majorette dressed in gold…
Pretty little majorette dressed in gold. Dressed in gold. Dressed in gold.

Pretty, pretty little majorette.
I like to watch you take every little step.

Twirly, Twirly

In 1960, singer Dean Reed sang Twirly, Twirly, on the TV show Bachelor Father. It also mentions the phrase pretty little majorette several times. Here is a clip of the episode with the song.

Twirly, Twirly Lyrics

I went to a football game
And, I will not forget
That pretty little, pretty little
pretty little, pretty little, pretty little majorette.

Just twirling around and whirling around
She got me so upset
That pretty little, pretty little
pretty little, pretty little, pretty little majorette.

Twirly, twirly
Twirly, Twirly
Twirly, twirly
Twirly, Twirly

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