D Late one cold and stormy night, I heard a dog a-barking. Then I thought I heard somebody at my door a-knocking. G A D G I wondered who could be outside in such an awful storm. A D And then I saw a little girl with a puppy in her arms. D Before I could say a word, she said, "My name is Sandy. And this here is my puppy dog, his name is little Andy!" G A D G Standing in the bitter cold in just a ragged a dress, A D then I asked her to come in, and this is what she said: D "Ain't'cha got no gingerbread? Ain't'cha got no candy? Ain't'cha got an extra bed for me and little Andy? G A D G Patty-cake and baker's man, my mommy ran away again, A and we was all alone and didn't know what else to do A7 D I wonder if you'll let us stay with you? D Giddy-up, Charlie Horse, c'mon, Chicken Li'l, can we stay all night? If you don't love us, no one will, I promise we won't cry. G A D G London bridge is falling down, my daddy's drunk again in town, A and we was all alone, and didn't know what we could do A7 D we wondered if you'd let us stay with you?" D She was just a little girl, not more than six or seven, but that night as they slept, the angels took them both to heaven. G A D G God knew little Andy would be lonesome with her gone, A D now Sandy and her puppy dog won't ever be alone. "Ain't'cha got no gingerbread? Ain't'cha got no candy? Ain't'cha got an extra bed for me and little Andy?"