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Your lov- in’ ma- ma’s gone! Paul Barbarin, Jimmy Dorsey Orch.
vixieland Louis Blues section “B” is often played with a straight-8th-note Latin feel. Johnson, Cozy Cole, etc. Brooks was among the better known black composers of “pop songs 11 during the early jazz era. I can’t buy no beer. What’s that they’re say Were you a – round in? On the sidewalk – Sunday morning, lies a body – oozing life.
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He died in still confined to an institution. Vamps them all you bet!
Bell-‘rin’ like an old prune- fed calf an’ with a big gang hang- in’ ’round, And to that Stop a min- ute and lis – ten to me, won’t I see you here no more? She said “Come in here you dirty little sow, you tryin’ to be a bad girl, you don’t know how”, Oh, How long 6.
Dukes of Dixieland c. I’m wear- ing yv Time Begins: Long Gone, with them mer – maid wo- men. Dizzy Fingers, Kitten On the Keys, etc. That’s what he does- n’t do noth-in’ else but! Joe Young – Rec: Spend not the mo – ment in sigh – ing.
He al -ways want – ed lots of kids just to keep him com – pan-y.
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