Heptune presents:

Okay, Baby

   (Tracey, Pinkard)

Transcribed from vocals by George Thomas with McKinney's Cotton Pickers, recorded July 29, 1930;
From McKinney's Cotton Pickers, 1929-1930, The Chronological Classics, 625.

Photo of Don Redman

Okay, baby, sweet as can be,
Hey, hey, baby, wait till you see,
The ring that I picked out for you,
Fifty-two more payments, and it's yours, dear!

Someday, baby, we'll run away,
Don't mean maybe; just name the day,
Even if your mother wants to live with us free,
Someday, baby, with me!

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Published 6/19/01.


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