Your Feet's Too Big
|"Your Feet's Too Big"|
|Music by||Fred Fisher|
|Lyrics by||Ada Benson|
|Recorded by||Ink Spots, Beatles, Fats Waller, Leon Redbone, George Melly|
"Your Feet's Too Big" is a song composed in 1936 by Fred Fisher with lyrics by Ada Benson. It has been recorded by several artists including the Ink Spots and Beatles, George Melly and was a hit for Fats Waller in 1939. The song became associated with Waller who ad-libbed his own lyrics such as "Your pedal extremities are colossal, to me you look just like a fossil" and his catchphrase, "One never knows, do one?" It was performed in the 1978 revue of Waller tunes, Ain't Misbehavin'.