Heptune presents:

But I Can't Make a Man

    (Young - Bloom)

Transcribed from The Travelers; vocals by Wes Vaughn; recorded 11/7/1930.
From: Can't Help Lovin' That Man; Art Deco Columbia Legacy CK 52855.

I can make pajamas,
Like the Yokahamas
Make 'em out of silk in Japan;
I can make most anything,
But I can't make a man.

Now, I can make a dinner,
Not like a beginner;
I won't have to open a can;
I can make most anything,
But I can't make a man.

I can take an old hat,
Make it look like new,
Just add a ribbon or two,
That's what I do
To cut expenses.

Now, I can make a dollar
Jump right up and holler,
Talk about your lemon merangue,
I can make most anything,
But I can't make that man.



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Published 3/25/99.


 

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