Dolly: To town we'll trot to a smokey spot Where the girls are hot as a fuse! Put on your Sunday clothes there's lots of world out there Put on your silk cravat and patent shoes We're gonna find adventure in the evening air. Put on your Sunday clothes there's lots of world out there Get out the brilliantine and dime cigars We're gonna find adventure in the evening air Girls in white, in a perfumed night All: Wow. Dolly: Hello, Dolly! Put on your Sunday clothes there's lots of world out there Put on your silk cravat and patent shoes We're gonna find adventure in the evening air [Dolly:] To town we'll trot to a smokey spot Where the girls are hot as a fuse! All: Put on your silk high hat and at the turned up cuff We'll wear a hand made gray suede buttoned glove. Put on your Sunday clothes there's lots of world out there Get out the brilliantine and dime cigars We're gonna find adventure in the evening air Girls in white, in a perfumed night is a 1964 musical with lyrics and music by Jerry Herman and a book by Michael Stewart, based on Thornton Wilder's 1938 farce The Merchant of Yonkers, which Wilder revised and retitled The Matchmaker in 1955.