Ain’t she sweet?
See her walkin’ down the street.
Now I ask you very confidentially:
Ain’t she sweet?

Ain’t she nice?
Look her over once or twice.
Now I ask you very confidentially:
Ain’t she nice?

Just cast an eye
In her direction.
O me, O my!
Ain’t that perfection?

I repeat:
Don’t you think she’s kinda neat?
So I ask you very confidentially:
Ain’t she sweet?

"Ain't She Sweet, "composed by Milton Ager (music) and Jack Yellen, became popular in the first half of the 20th century, and was one of the hit songs that typified the Roaring Twenties.  It was published in 1927 and became a Tin Pan Alley standard, and is said that Milton Ager wrote this song for his daughter Shana Ager.

Ain't She Sweet

by Milton Ager & Jack Yellen (1927)