As a child I thought my grandmother made that up so I wouldn't feel bad because my cousin was prettier. Later I saw the truth in her words--outer beauty is nice but inner beauty is more important.
This file includes Beauty--inside and out, Makeup, Perfume, Tattoos, and Freckles.
Also see Clothes and Fashion, Hair, Haircuts and Hats, Shoes, Eyes and Glasses, Ears and Jewelry, Be Yourself and Dieting.
Beauty-- Inside and Out
- _____ has a PhD in Cuteness
- 100% Cute
- 100% Adorable
- Ain't I Cute
- Ain't She Cute
- American Beauty
- Beauty AND Brains
- Being Cute
- Blooming into a Woman
- Call Me Irresistible
- Can't Take My Eyes Off of You
- Chantilly Lace and a Pretty Face
- Color Me Beautiful
- Cute as a Bug
- Cute as a Button
- Cute as Can Be
- Cute, Cute, Cute!
- Doggone Cute
- Don't Hate Me 'Cause I'm Beautiful
- Drop Dead Gorgeous
- A Face Only a Mother Can Love
- Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue
- Funny Face
- Funny Face, I Love You!
- Hello Gorgeous
- Here's Looking at You Kid
- I Enjoy Being a Girl
- I Feel Pretty
- I Should Be in a Commercial for Cute
- If You Can't Dress Weird,
Why Dress at All?
- I'm a Heartbreaker
- I'm Going to be a Teenage Idol
- I'm So Cool!
- Lady Godiva
- Look at That Face
- Make Over
- The Many Faces of .....
- Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall
- Model in the Making
- Monday's Child is Fair of Face
- Mug Shots
- Picture Perfect
- Pretty as a Picture
- Pretty is as Pretty Does
- Pretty Maids All in a Row
- Say it Loud! We're Cute and We're Proud!
- Simply Irresistible
- Sitting Pretty
- Strike a Pose
- Something About That Face
- What a Doll
- What a Face!
- Where Were You When I Needed You? (shoes on wrong feet, etc.)
- Which Way to Hollywood?
- You are So Beautiful to Me
- You Bet I'm Cute
- You Have a Smile That Lights Up the World
- You Look Mah-velous
- You Ought to Be in Pictures
- You Should Be in a Commercial for Cute
- You're So Doggone Cute!
- You Were Never Lovelier
- You're So Vain
- Any and all compliments can be handled by simply saying "Why, thank you". (though it helps if you say it with a Southern accent)
- The average woman would rather have beauty than brains, because the average man can see better than he can think.
- Be careless in your dress if you will, but keep a tidy soul. (Mark Twain)
- Beauty changes with the passing seasons except in the heart where the true beauty remains.
- Beauty is eternity gazing at itself in a mirror. (Kahlil Gibran)
- Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
- Beauty is in the heart of the beholder.
- Beauty is only skin deep, but it's a valuable asset if you're poor or haven't any sense. (Kin Hubbard)
- Beauty is truth, truth beauty--that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know. (John Keats, from Ode on a Grecian Urn)
- Behavior is a mirror in which everyone displays his own image. (Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe)
- Being pretty on the inside means you don't hit your brother and you eat all your peas--that's what my grandma taught me. (Elizabeth Heller)
- Can you imagine a world without men? No crime and lots of happy fat women. (Marion Smith)
- The criterion of true beauty is that it increases on examination; if false, that it lessens. There is therefore, something in true beauty that corresponds with right reason, and is not the mere creation of fancy. (Lord Greville)
- Do not read beauty magazines. They will only make you feel ugly.
- Don't worry about wrinkles, they're just antique smiles.
- Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it. (Confucius)
- Everything is beautiful in its own way.
- Exuberance is beauty. (William Blake)
- A friend's eye is a good mirror. (Irish Proverb)
- A girdle is a matter of bind over matter.
- God only lets things grow until they're perfect. That's why some of us are shorter than others
- How goodness heightens beauty! (Hannah More)
- I don't want to brag or make anyone jealous but I can still fit into the earrings I wore in high school.
- I think freckles, stretch marks, bruises, birthmarks, and scars are the coolest things ever. You started with almost a blank canvas. Look at you now. All this evidence that you’ve lived. (Gabriella Bowden)
- I'm just a Raggedy Ann in a Barbie Doll world.
- I've never seen a smiling face that was not beautiful.
- It is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye. (from The Little Prince)
- It's not what you look like on the outside, but what is in your heart that matters.
- A joyful heart is a woman's best cosmetic.
- Let us live for the beauty of our own reality. (Tim Robbins)
- A lot of good-looking faces are wasted on ugly people.
- Love is a great beautifier. (Louisa May Alcott)
- Manicurists add polish to life.
- Mother to adolescent daughter: It's common at your age to hate your body. But as you get older, you learn instead to hate other people's.
- My mirror, my camera and my mind's eye have completely different ideas of what I look like.
- Of all the things you wear, your expression is the most important. (Janet Lane)
- Only in a world of love can we unfold and bloom.
- Outer beauty is a reflection of inner beauty.
- A pretty face is nothing if you have an ugly heart.
- Scars: Tattoos with better stories.
- She felt...well, not beautiful, but something better: knowing she didn't have to be. (Mary C. Pangborn)
- Some people, no matter how old they get, never lose their beauty--they merely move it from their faces into their hearts. (Martin Buxbaum)
- That which is striking and beautiful is not always good; but that which is good is always beautiful. (Ninon De L'Enclos)
- There is a road from the eye to the heart that does not go through the intellect. (G.K. Chesterton)
- There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness. (Lady Marguerite Gardiner Blessington)
- There's a difference between beauty and charm. A beautiful woman is one I notice. A charming woman is one who notices me. (John Erskine)
- A thing of beauty is a joy forever.
- Time may be a great healer, but it's also a lousy beautician.
- Tip for bad body image days: Look at yourself the way you’d look at a cat. Average-sized cat . . . aww. Itty bitty cat . . . so cute. Fat cat . . . adorable. Cat with chubby cheeks . . . amazing. Cat with big soft belly . . . love it. Cat with scars . . . poor baby. So go out there and strut your stuff like the cool cat you are.
- To me, fair friend, you never can be old. For as you were when first your eye I eyed. Such seems your beauty still. (William Shakespeare)
- Ugliness is in a way superior to beauty because it lasts. (Serge Gainsbourg)
- We get so worried about being pretty. Let’s be pretty kind, pretty funny, pretty smart and pretty strong.
- We only find beauty if we carry it in our hearts.
- What creates the beauty of the world is the love we have for it. (Roma Ryan)
- A woman doesn't find it contradictory to complain about not having anything to wear and about not having enough closet space in the same conversation.
- You can take no credit for beauty at sixteen. But if you are beautiful at sixty, it will be your soul's own doing. (Marie Carmichael Stopes)
- You don't love someone because they are beautiful, they are beautiful because you love them.
- You must have been a beautiful baby, 'cause baby look at you now.
My Inside-Self and my Outside-Self
Are different as can be.
My Outside-self wears gingham smocks,
And very round is she,
With freckles sprinkled on her nose,
And smoothly parted hair,
And clumsy feet that cannot dance
In heavy shoes and square.
But, oh, my little Inside-Self--
In gown of misty rose
She dances lighter than a leaf
On blithe and twinkling toes;
Her hair is blowing gold, and if
You chanced her face to see,
You would not think she could belong
to staid and sober me!
I look just like my mother.
I'm the image of Aunt Bee.
My nose if like my father's,
But I want to look like me.
Some Things Don't Change
Cathy (looking at photo album): "Look how pretty I was then. I thought I was so ugly."
Mom: "I told you you were pretty, Cathy!"
Cathy: "I know you did . . . But I wouldn't listen. I thought you were just being my mother. I let insecurity control me and ruin my youth! Look at me, I was a beautiful little girl."
Mom: "Just as you are now!"
Cathy: "Now?? Oh, please. Now I'm old and wrinkly!"
Mom (thinking to herself): "A mother's brilliance only truly shines in retrospect."
from Any Man of Mine
Any man of mine better be proud of me
Even when I'm ugly he still better love me.
And I can be late for a date that's fine
But he better be on time.
Any man of mine'll say it fits just right
When last year's dress is just a little too tight.
And anything I do or say better be okay
When I have a bad hair day.
Well any man of mine better disagree
When I say another woman's lookin' better than me.
And when I cook him dinner and I burn it black
He better say, mmmm, I like it like that.
Please Look a Little Deeper
Please don't judge me by my face.
By my religion or my race.
Please don't laugh at what I wear.
Or how I look or do my hair.
Please look a little deeper--
Way down deep inside.
And although you may not see it.
I have a lot to hide.
Behind my clothes the secrets lie.
Behind my smile, I softly cry.
Please look a little deeper.
And maybe you will see,
The lonely little girl
That lives inside of me.
Please listen carefully to her--
She'll show that she's insecure.
Please try to be a friend to her
And show her that you care.
Please just get to know her
And maybe you will see
That if you just look deep enough.
You'll find the real me.
from Not Pretty Enough
Am I not pretty enough? Is my heart too broken?
Do I cry too much? Am I too outspoken?
Don't I make you laugh? Should I try it harder?
Why do you see right through me?
I live, I breathe, I let it rain on me,
I sleep, I wake, I try hard not to break.
I crave, I love, I've waited long enough,
I try as hard as I can.
I laugh, I feel, I make believe it's real,
I fall, I freeze, I pray down on my knees.
I hope, I stand, I take it like a man,
I try as hard as I can.
Why do you see, why do you see,
Why do you see right through me?
- Age 3:
She looks at herself and sees a princess.
- Age 8:
She looks at herself and sees Cinderella.
- Age 15:
She looks at herself and sees an Ugly Step-Sister
(Mom, I can't go to school looking like this!)
- Age 20:
She looks at herself and sees "too fat/too thin, too short/too tall, too straight/too curly" but decides to fix herself up as best she can and go out anyway.
- Age 30:
She looks at herself and sees "too fat/too thin, too short/too tall, too straight/too curly" and decides she doesn't have time to fix it but she's going out anyway.
- Age 40:
She looks at herself and sees "too fat/too thin, too short/too tall, too straight/too curly" but says, "At least I'm clean" and goes out anyway.
- Age 50:
She looks at herself and sees "I am" and goes wherever she wants to go.
- Age 60:
She looks at herself and thinks of all those who can't even see themselves in the mirror anymore and goes out and improves the world.
- Age 70:
She looks at herself and sees wisdom, laughter, and ability, goes out and enjoys life.
- Age 80:
She doesn't bother to look. Just puts on a purple hat and goes out to have fun with the world.
. . . Maybe we should all grab that purple hat earlier.
For attractive lips, speak words of kindness.
For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people.
For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry.
For beautiful hair, let a child run his or her fingers through it once a day.
For poise, walk with the knowledge you'll never walk alone.
People, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed, and redeemed; never throw out anybody.
Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, you'll find one at the end of your arm.
As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.
The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair.
The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides.
True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul.
It is the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows.
And the beauty of a woman only grows with passing years.
Note: Songs about beauty, charm, cute, fair, lovely, and pretty are at the end of the page.
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- Adjust your makeup to the light in which your wear it. (Helena Rubinstein)
- I don't make an effort to be sloppy. I just don't consider a perfect hairdo and a perfect face to be beautiful. If I had my way I'd dress myself and do my own makeup for magazine shoots. (Juliette Lewis)
- I don't think makeup is rocket science or a cure for cancer. (Cindy Crawford)
- I find it a great antidote...lipstick and mirrors and hairspray. (Joanna Lumley)
- I find that putting my makeup on and playing with different looks is really relaxing for me before the show. (Martina McBride)
- I like writing better. Because I don't have to wear makeup, I don't have to be thin, and I don't have to remember lines. (Fran Drescher)
- The reason there are so few female politicians is that it is too much trouble to put makeup on two faces. (Maureen Murphy)
- That's the mistake women make--you shouldn't see your makeup. We don't want to look like we've made an effort. (Lauren Hutton)
- Whenever I don't have to wear makeup, it's a good day. (Cameron Diaz)
- Where lipstick is concerned, the important thing is not color, but to accept God's final word on where your lips end. (Jerry Seinfeld)
Songs about Make-Up
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- Blue Jeans, Cowgirl Boots and Lipstick - Wade Burleson (2006)
- False Eyelashes - Erin Hay (2001)
- Goodbye Lollipops, Hello Lipstick - Joan Weber (1956)
- Hey Little Lucy, Dontcha Put No Lipstick on - Conway Twitty (1959)
- Lipstick and Candy and Rubber Sole Shoes - Julius La Rosa (1956)
- Lipstick Don't Lie - Mark Collie (1996)
- Lipstick on Your Collar - Connie Francis (1959)
- Lipstick, Powder and Paint - Delbert McClinton (1995)
- Lipstick Promises - George Ducas (1995)
- Lipstick Traces - The O'Jays (1965)
- Make-Up and Faded Blue Jeans - Daryle Singletary (2002)
- Mascara Tears - Steve Walsh (2000)
- Paint, Powder and Perfume - Frankie Miller (1996)
- Painted Girls and Wine - Ed Bruce (1968)
- Painted Lady - Chuck Woolery (1977)
- Paintin' Her Fingernails - Mary Kay Place (1977)
- Pretty Painted Ladies - Sons of the Pioneers (1976)
- Take Off Your Make-up - Chuck Jackson (1974)
- A woman's perfume tells more about her than her handwriting. (Christian Dior)
- I detest heavy perfume and shrill voices. (Renee Vivien)
- I like perfume and flowers. (Donatella Versace)
- To attract men, I wear a perfume called 'New Car Interior'. (Rita Rudner)
- Perfume: any smell that is used to drown a worse one. (Elbert Hubbard)
Songs about Perfume
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- At a Perfume Counter - The Dave Brubeck Trio (1951)
- Cheap Perfume and Candlelight - Bobby Borchers (1977)
- Paint, Powder and Perfume - Frankie Miller (1996)
- Red Silk Stockings and Green Perfume - Black Jack Wayne (1960)
- Spilled Perfume - Pam Tillis (1994)
- Violets and Cheap Perfume - Margie Bowes (1958)
- Beauty is skin deep. A tattoo goes all the way to the bone. (Vince Hemingson)
- Good tattoos aren't cheap and cheap tattoos aren't good.
- I always look for a woman who has a tattoo. I see a woman with a tattoo, and I'm thinking, okay, here's a gal who's capable of making a decision she'll regret in the future. (Richard Jeni)
- I want to get a tattoo of myself on my entire body, only two inches taller. (Steven Wright)
- My tattoo is that I don't have a tattoo. (Michael J. Fox)
- Scars are tattoos with better stories.
- The tattoo attracts and also repels precisely because it is different. (Margo DeMello)
- Tattoo. What a loaded word it is, rife with associations to goons, goofs, bikers, tribal warriors, carnival artists, drunken sailors and floozies. (Jon Anderson)
- Tattoos are like marriage: it's a lifelong commitment, it hurts like hell, and the color fades over time.
- There's something really the matter with most people who wear tattoos. I know from experience there's something terribly flawed about people who are tattooed above the little something Johnny had done in the Navy, even though that's also a bad sign. (Truman Capote - he interviewed more than one hundred killers and eighty percent of them have one thing in common: tattoos)
- Think before you ink!
- When the designs are chosen with care, tattoos have a power and magic all their own. They decorate the body but they also enhance the soul. (Michelle Delio)
- Women, don't get a tattoo. That butterfly looks great on your breast when you're twenty or thirty, but when you get to seventy, it stretches into a condor. (Billy Elmer)
- The world is divided into two kinds of people: those who have tattoos, and those who are afraid of people with tattoos.
Songs about Tattoos
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- Carla's Got a New Tattoo - The John Cowan Band (2006)
- Crimson Dragon Tattoo - Ray Wylie Hubbard (1997)
- Half a Heart Tattoo - Jennifer Hanson (2003)
- Hawaii Tattoo - Waikikis (1965)
- Little Tattoo and All-Over Tan - Kevin Maney (2008)
- Rose Tattoo, The - Perry Como (1955)
- Tattoo Rose - Andy Griggs (2007)
- Texas Tattoo - The Gibson/Miller Band (1993)
Quotes About Freckles
- A face without freckles is like a night without stars.
- Freckles are angel kisses.
- Freckles are fairy's kisses.
- Freckles are like little smudges of chocolate.
- Freckles are sun kisses.
- I didn't earn my vivid imagination--it has been as much a part of me as freckles and short sight. (JK Rowling)
- I picked Casey Stengel on the strength of his freckles and blond hair. (Larry Sutton, the man who originally scouted Stengel)
- If you're asking whether I intentionally mess up my hair, no, I don't. And certain things, like my freckles, they're just there. I don't do anything consciously. I suppose I could get contact lenses. I suppose I could comb my hair more often. (Bill Gates)
- Josie: Hey Anne. How do you spell 'freckles'?
Diana: Hey Josie. How do you spell 'ugly'? (from Anne of Green Gables)
- These are not freckles, they are the rusty ends of my steel nerves! (Dutch saying)
- These aren't freckles...they're a bunch of teeny, tiny, little tans.
from Pippi Longstocking
The children came to a perfume shop. In the show window was a large jar of freckle salve, and beside the jar was a sign which read: DO YOU SUFFER FROM FRECKLES?
"What does the sign say?" asked Pippi. She didn't read very well because she didn't want to go to school as other children did.
"It says 'Do you suffer from freckles?'" said Annika.
"Does it indeed," said Pippi thoughtfully.
"Well a civil question deserves a civil answer. Let's go in."
She opened the door and entered the shop, quickly followed by Tommy and Annika. An elderly lady stood back of the counter. Pippi went right up to her. "No," she said decidedly.
"What is it you want," asked the lady.
"No," said Pippi once more.
"I don't understand what you mean," said the lady.
"No I don't suffer from freckles," said Pippi.
Then the lady understood but she took one look at Pippi and burst out, "But my dear child, your whole face is covered with freckles!"
"I know it," said Pippi, "but I don't suffer from them. I love them. Good morning."
What's Prettier Than Freckles?
An elderly woman and her little grandson, whose face was sprinkled with bright freckles, spent the day at the zoo. Lots of children were waiting in line to get their cheeks painted by a local artist who was decorating them with tiger paws.
"You've got so many freckles, there's no place to paint!" a girl in the line said to the little fella. Embarrassed, the little boy dropped his head.
His grandmother knelt down next to him. "I love your freckles. When I was a little girl I always wanted freckles," she said, while tracing her finger across the child's cheek. "Freckles are beautiful."
The boy looked up, "Really?"
"Of course," said the grandmother. "Why just name me one thing that's prettier than freckles."
The little boy thought for a moment, peered intensely into his grandma's face, and softly whispered, "Wrinkles."
Songs about Freckles
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- Blue Eyes and Freckles - Chris LeDoux (1981)
- Freckle Face - Count Basie (1975)
- Freckle Song, The - Hardrock Gunter (1958)
- Freckles - The Lennon Sisters (1960)
- Freckles and Pollywog Days - Ferlin Husky (1974)
- Freckles Brown - Red Steagall (1977)
- My Freckle-Faced Gal - Roy Hall (1949)
- My Freckle-Faced Mary Jane - Pop Stoneman (1925)
Songs about Beauty
- 501 Beauty Queen - Jewel (2003)
- American Beauty Rose - Frank Sinatra (1961)
- Beautiful Baby - Paul Overstreet (1982)
- Beautiful Blond From Bashful Bend - Ted Beneke (1949)
- Beautiful Blue Eyes - Red Allen (1961)
- Beautiful Brown Eyes - Sam Stoner (2008)
- Beautiful Debbie - The Pacers (1964)
- Beautiful Hula Dancer - John Keawe (2006)
- Beautiful Lady in Blue - Alwyn and Laurie Lewis (2005)
- Beautiful Margaret - Perez Prado Orchestra (1957)
- Beautiful Morning Glory - T Texas Tyler (1945)
- Beautiful People - The Strangers (1967)
- Beautiful Prairie Rose - Bryan Akipa (2006)
- Beautiful Sally - Rick Price (1972)
- Beautiful Song for a Beautiful Lady - Lee Dresser (1978)
- Beautiful Soul - Jesse McCartney (2004)
- Beautiful Susan - David Blue (1969)
- Beautiful You - The Oak Ridge Boys (1980)
- Beautifully Obvious - Deborah Lippmann (2007)
- Beauty and the Beast - Peabo Bryson and Celine Dion (1992)
- Beauty is as Beauty Does - Pee Wee King and His Band (1955)
- Beauty is Only Skin Deep - The Temptations (1966)
- Beauty is Under the Skin - Tom Fogerty (1972)
- Broken and Beautiful - Mark Schultz (2006)
- Brown-Eyed Beauty - Zak Daniels (1998)
- But Beautiful - Boz Scaggs (2003)
- Fancy Filly From Detroit City - The Zip Codes (1964)
- Fancy Nancy - Skip and Flip (1959)
- Good Morning, Beautiful - Steve Holy (2000)
- Hey, Beautiful - Jon and Julie (1962)
- I Think You're Beautiful - Shane Minor (2000)
- If I Could Write a Song As Beautiful As You - Billy Craddock (1979)
- If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body - Bellamy Brothers (1979)
- Just Plain Beautiful - Delaney and Bonnie (1969)
- Love Has Made You Beautiful - Merle Kilgore (1960)
- More Beautiful Today - Mark McGuinn (2002)
- Most Beautiful Girl, The - Charlie Rich (1973)
- My Beautiful Washington Rose - Arkie Shibley (1951)
- My Mother's Beautiful Hands - Bradley Kincaid (1933)
- Natural Beauty - Neil Young (1992)
- Oh, You Beautiful Doll - The Harmonicats (1958)
- Rare Beauty - Bill Myers (2009)
- She Don't Know She's Beautiful - Sammy Kershaw (1993)
- She's Beautiful - Eddie Holman (1963)
- So Beautiful - Darren Hayes (2005)
- To a Sleeping Beauty - Jimmy Dean (1962)
- When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman - Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show (1979)
- You and Your Beautiful Eyes - Dean Martin (1951)
- You Are So Beautiful - Joe Cocker (1975)
- You Can't Hide Beautiful - Aaron Lines (2003)
- You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby - Dave Clark Five (1967)
- You're Beautiful - James Blunt (2006)
- You're Sixteen, You're Beautiful and You're Mine - Ringo Starr (1973)
- You're Still Beautiful to Me - Bryan White (1999)
- You've Gotta Be a Football Hero to Get Along With the Beautiful Girls - Ralph Flanagan (1952)
- Your Name is Beautiful - Carl Smith (1958)
Songs about Charm
- Cha Cha Charming - Ellie Gee (1958)
- Charms - Bobby Vee (1963)
- Hidden Charms - Howlin' Wolf (1963)
Songs about Cute
- Ain't That Cute? - Doris Troy (1970)
- Cowgirl Cute and Cowboy Crazy - Steve Hill (1995)
- Cuban Cutie - Ethel Smith (1950)
- Cute - The Trio (1994)
- Cute Little Frown - Brian Keith (2007)
- Cute Little Hat-Check Girl - Ted Weems Orchestra (1938)
- Cute Little Waitress - Stoney Edwards (1971)
- Cute Little Ways - The Midnighters (1959)
- Cutest Critter You Ever Did See - Grandbob (2004)
- You're Cute - The Parliaments (1962)
Songs about Fair
- Fair and Tender Ladies - Charlie McCoy (1978)
- Fair Jenny - The McLain Family Band (1986)
- Fair Weather - Alison Brown (2000)
- Fairest of Them All, The - Jackie Wilson (1966)
- Fairweather Friend - John Cale (1970)
- My Truly, Truly Fair - Vic Damone (1951)
Songs about Lovely
- Lovely Hula Hands - Alfred Apaka (1997)
- Lovely Lady - James Bryan (1983)
- Lovely Lady Dressed in Blue - Aaron Neville (1997)
- Lovely Little Lady - Tony Bellus (1958)
- Lovely Lonely Lady - R.C. Bannon (1980)
- Lovely Rita - The Beatles (1967)
- Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter - Herman's Hermits (1965)
- My Lovely Juanita - Lonnie Donegan (1969)
- So Lovely, Baby - Rusty and Doug (1955)
- Your Eyes Are So Lovely - The Lawrence Welk Orchestra (1952)
Songs about Pretty
- Close Your Pretty Eyes - The Owen Bradley Quintet (1950)
- Don't the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time? - Mickey Gilley (1976)
- Hello, Pretty Girl - Ronnie Dove (1965)
- Hey, Pretty Girl - Arthur Lee Maye and the Crowns (1957)
- I Don't Have to Look Pretty to Stay Home and Cry - M. Singleton (1963)
- Jole Blon (Pretty Blond) - Waylon Jennings (1959)
- Let the Pretty Lady Dance - Conway Twitty (1991)
- Little Bitty Pretty One - Billy Gilman (2000)
- Look-a-There, Ain't She Pretty - The Charioteers (1948)
- More Pretty Girls Than One - Buck White (1979)
- My Pretty One - Cliff Richard (1987)
- My Pretty Sunshine - Bobby Hebb (1967)
- Not Pretty Enough - Kasey Chambers (2002)
- Nothing's Prettier Than Rose is - Charley Pride (1978)
- Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison (1964)
- Oh, You Pretty Thing - Peter Noone (1971)
- Prettiest Girl at the Dance - Gene Wyatt (1959)
- Prettiest Little Girl in the Country - Norman and Nancy Blake (1988)
- Pretty As a Rainbow After the Rain - Harry Belafonte (1954)
- Pretty as You Feel - Jefferson Airplane (1971)
- Pretty Baby - Charlie Gracie (1962)
- Pretty Ballerina - The Left Banke (1967)
- Pretty Blue Eyes - Don Costa (1965)
- Pretty Blue-Jean Baby - Danny Wolfe (1957)
- Pretty Blue Jeans - Floyd Cramer (1956)
- Pretty Brown Eyes - Endless Avenue (1996)
- Pretty Dark Eyes - David Seville (1957)
- Pretty Eyes - David Marks (2007)
- Pretty Face - The Chords (1960)
- Pretty Girl - The Chi-Lites (1967)
- Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, A - Eileen Barton (1953)
- Pretty Girls Everywhere - Eugene Church and the Fellows (1959)
- Pretty Golden Hair - Al Stewart (1967)
- Pretty in Blue - Tex Williams (1971)
- Pretty Jane - Mark Robinson (1958)
- Pretty Kitty Blue Eyes - The Merry Macs (1944)
- Pretty Lady - Keith Stegall (1985)
- Pretty Little Adriana - Vince Gill (1996)
- Pretty Little Angel Eyes - Curtis Lee (1961)
- Pretty Little Baby - Marvin Gaye (1965)
- Pretty Little Dream Girl - The Cowboy Ramblers (1937)
- Pretty Little Girl in the Yellow Dress - Carl Dobkins, Jr. (1961)
- Pretty Little Lady from Beaumont, Texas - George Jones (1989)
- Pretty Little Mary - Deane Hawley (1959)
- Pretty Little Miss Out in the Garden - New Lost City Ramblers (1963)
- Pretty Little Poppy - Jimmy Dorsey (1941)
- Pretty Little Princess - Frankie Laine (1968)
- Pretty Little Thing - Duster Bennett (1974)
- Pretty Little Tomboy - Onie Wheeler (1965)
- Pretty Painted Ladies - Sons of the Pioneers (1976)
- Pretty Polly - Clinch Mountain Boys (1950)
- Pretty Polly Ann - Bob Carlin (1996)
- Pretty Polly Polka - Ethel Smith (1951)
- Pretty Suzy Sunshine - Larry Finnegan (1962)
- Pretty Teeth - Kid Down (2008)
- Pretty White Dress - Dickey Lee (1965)
- Pretty Woman - Randy Jones (1982)
- Pretty-Eyed Baby - Laurie London (1959)
- Say Hello to Your Pretty Friend - Paul Shuttleworth (1978)
- She Wore Pretty Dresses - The Country Gentlemen (2001)
- She's Not Just a Pretty Face - Shania Twain (2004)
- Something Pretty - Wynn Stewart and the Tourists (1968)
- Thank You, Pretty Baby - Brook Benton (1960)
- That's When I See the Blues in Your Pretty Brown Eyes - Jim Reeves (1969)
- What Makes Your Pretty Head So Hard? - Cal Green (1988)
- Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet? - R. Anthony (1960)
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- Your Pretty Blue Eyes - Dave Rich (1956)