Also see Little Girls and Teddy Bears.
- Baby Doll
- Baby Rocked Her Dolly
- Doll House
- Just Like Mommy
- Little Old Rag Doll
- Miniature Mommy
- My Dolly and Me
- Paper Dolls
- Rag Doll
- Raggedy Ann
- You've Been Quite a Doll, Raggedy Ann
- Discover your inner child--play with dolls.
- I can hardly wait 'til nighttime falls,
when I crawl into bed with my favorite dolls.
- I played with dolls until I was fifteen. My mother encouraged it because my older sister got married when she was fifteen, so Mom thought that the longer I stayed with dolls, the better. (Linda Evans)
- If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy her friends?
- I'm just a Raggedy Ann in a Barbie Doll world.
- I'm still waiting for someone to credibly explain the difference between an action figure and a doll. (Don Device)
- Little girls love dolls. They just don't love doll clothes. We've got four thousand dolls and ain't one of them got a stitch of clothes on. (Jeff Foxworthy)
- Nothing that grieves us can be called little: by the eternal laws of proportion a child's loss of a doll and a king's loss of a crown are events of the same size. (Mark Twain)
- You're never too old to play with dolls.
A girl is Innocence playing in the mud,
Beauty standing on its head,
and Motherhood dragging a doll by the foot.
Here is my dolly all tattered and torn.
Everyone loves her even though she is worn.
Her body is floppy and her hair is a mess,
But I love her dearly, and she loves me best!
What Really Matters
I have a doll from days gone by--
very worn and tattered.
But she was there for me to love
and that's all that really mattered.
My Dolls and I
In the dell of our garden,
my dolls and I take tea,
and days when I have raisins,
the catbirds dine with me.
The Doll Upon the Topmost Bough
This doll upon the topmost bough,
This playmate-gift, in Christmas dress,
Was taken down and brought to me
One sleety night most comfortless.
Her hair was gold, her dolly-sash
Was gray brocade, most good to see.
The dear toy laughed, and I forgot
The ill the new year promised me.
Hush, baby, my dolly,
I pray you don't cry,
And I'll give you some bread,
and some milk by-and-by;
Or perhaps you like custard,
or, maybe, a tart,
Then to either you're welcome,
with all of my heart.
She Was A Pretty Little Girl
(Ramon Perez de Ayala)
She was a pretty little girl,
They spoke to her with all tenderness,
And gave her sweet caresses.
This little girl had a doll,
The doll was very fair,
And her name without question was, Cordelia.
Once upon a time, this is how it was.
The doll, of course, did not speak,
She said nothing to the little girl.
"Why do you not talk like everyone else,
And say tender words to me?"
The little girl asked the doll.
The doll answered not a word.
The little girl, angry, flew into temper,
She threw the doll upon the floor,
And she stamped on it and broke it.
And then, by a miracle, before she died,
the doll spoke:
"I loved you more than anyone,
but I was not able to tell it."
Once upon a time, this is how it was.
Songs about Dolls
- Baby Doll - Pat Green (2005)
- Baby Rocked Her Dolly - Frankie Miller (1960)
- Barbie Doll - Jack Ingram (2000)
- Broken Doll - The Billy Vaughn Orchestra (1963)
- China Doll - Bruce Hornsby (1993)
- Doll House - Donnie Brooks (1960)
- Here Comes Raggedy Ann - Allen Reynolds (1963)
- Hey, Doll Baby - Shorty Long (1956)
- Kewpie Doll - Jim Lowe (1958)
- Lisa, the Mechanical Doll - Frankie Carle (1956)
- Little Dancing Doll - Shelby Flint (1963)
- Little Old Rag Doll - Stuart Hamblen (1960)
- Little Wind-Up Doll - Kris Jensen (1964)
- Mama Doll - Lawton Williams (1960)
- Parade of the Wooden Soldiers - Mindy Carson (1950)
- Pink Dresden Doll - The Harmonicats (1958)
- Paper Doll - The Mills Brothers (1960)
- Rag Doll - Lenny LeBlanc (1976)
- Raggedy Ann - Charlie Rich (1968)
- Satin Doll - Dick Baker (1972)
- Shake Me I Rattle, Squeeze Me I Cry - Marion Worth (1963)
- Walkin' Talkin' Doll - Johnny Burnette (1964)
- Wedding of the Painted Doll - Owen Bradley Quintet (1951)
- Wooden Soldier - Hank Locklin (1963)
- Wooden Soldier and the China Doll, The - Harmonicats (1958)
- You've Been Quite a Doll, Raggedy Ann - J. Dickens (1970)