Heptune presents:

Miss Hannah

    (Don Redman, John Nesbitt)

Transcribed from vocals by Don Redman with McKinney's Cotton Pickers, recorded Nov. 6, 1929;
From McKinney's Cotton Pickers, 1929-1930, The Chronological Classics, 625.

Photo of Don Redman

Wears the keenest clothes,
Fortunate with beaus,
Everybody knows
Miss Hannah, I'm speakin' of.

Does she have a frown?
Say, no, she's the talk of all the town,
Men all gather 'round
Miss Hannah!

Now, is she lovely?
Boy, I mean!
All other girls in town
Go unseen.

Does she have a style?
Boy, what a smile!
Men would walk a mile
For Hannah!


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Published 6/19/01.


 


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