Frank Sinatra - "Walking My Baby Back Home" lyrics

Gee, it's great after being out late, waling my baby back home.
Arm in arm over meadow and farm, walking my baby back home.
We go `long harmonizing a song, or I'm reciting a poem,
Owls go by and they give me the eye, walking my baby back home.
We stop for a while, she gives me a smile, and snuggles her head to my chest,
We're staring to pet and that's when I get her talcum over my vest.
And I kinda straighten my tie, she wants to borrow my comb
And then I continue again walking my baby back home. (repeat above)
She's afraid of the dark, so I have to park outside her door till it's light.
She says if I try to kiss her she'll cry, I dry all her tears through the night.
Hand in hand to a barbeque stand, right from her door we roam,
Eats! And then it's pleasure again, walking my baby back home.