The song was written for a musical "Li'l Abner" (1956), that was also released a film version in 1959.
It's such a nice song, of cause.
You deserve a girl who's willin', namely me. One who'd love to raise your chillun, namely me. Standing there in the door-way waiting at the close of day. With you all the way, to love, honor and obey.
You deserve two arms to hold you, namely mine. There to comfort and enfold you, rain or shine. I deserve someone strong and handsome, bashful and shy and true. And I know just the one who'll do, namely you.
Who's the one you're waiting for? You're the one that I adore! I deserve someone sweet and tender, bashful and shy and true. And I know just the one who'll do, namely you.
You deserve someone good lookin', namely me Someone who as yet ain't tooken, namely me Come the day I no longer batchel, natur'ly I'll be true And who could I be truest to? Namely you.