Ella Fitzgerald

Oops, my heart went oops
The moment that we met, my heart went, oops
I never will forget, my heart turned hoops
The moment that I met you

Oops, my feet went oops
I nearly took a spill, my knees went, oops
They shook up it until, my head went, oops
You mustn't let it get you

I was going for a very
Choo'd call a solitary sorta stroll
Just a twiddle of my thumb
When I heard a lot of drums begun to pound and roar

And oops, my heart went oops
It went into a spin of loop-di-loops
You must've thought me kin to nincompoops
The silly way I acted

Of course you wouldn't know
That you were so a-glow and I was so attracted
But baby, take a bow
My heart is going oops right now

Pops, you are the tops
The moment that my eyes behold your chops
You lift me to the skies, my heart flip flops
You shouldn't make it make like that

Bell, my bucksom bell
I'm still in love with you 'cause truth tell
You always kinda knew that we would gel
'Cause jam could never shake like that

I was going for a frantic
But completely unromantic sorta drive
But I knew you wouldn't quit
When I dug you and you hit me with that old time jive
(Sing it Ella)

Then oops, my heart went oops
Sitting on the stoops, the local droops
They nearly flipped their tops, I mean in groups
The silly way we acted

Of course they couldn't know
That you were so a-glow and I was so attracted
Yes baby, take a bow, my heart is going oops
Oops, oops, oops, oops, right now
Oops, oops then


Ella Jane Fitzgerald (April 25, 1917 – June 15, 1996) was an American jazz vocalist with a vocal range spanning three octaves (D♭3 to D♭6). Often referred to as the "First Lady of Song" and the "Queen of Jazz," she was noted for her purity of tone, impeccable diction, phrasing and intonation, and a "horn-like" improvisational ability, particularly in her scat singing.
Fitzgerald was a notable interpreter of the Great American Songbook. Over the course of her 60-year recording career ... Read More