Heptune presents:

I Call You Sugar

    (Baxter, Bowles)

Transcribed from vocals by Alex Jackson, recorded October 27, 1927,
From Richmond Rarities: Recorded in Richmond, Indiana, 1927-33; Jazz Oracle, BDW 8008.

I call you sugar,
There's reason, too,
Your lips are honey,
I know that's true.
A bunch of sweetness,
The whole world knows
A pretty baby
In pretty clothes!

They can't make candy
As sweet as you
For you're pure sugar
Dear, through and through,
Why, you're the sweetness
That poets seek,
I call you sugar,
The sweetest sweet!

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Published 8/27/01.


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