Heptune presents:

Save It, Pretty Mama

   (Don Redman)

Transcribed from McKinney's Cotton Pickers, vocals by Don Redman; recorded 4/8/1929,
From McKinney's Cotton Pickers 1928-1929, Chronological Classics 609.
Photograph of Don Redman

Save it, pretty Mama,
Save it day by day;
Don't you dare give none away.
Oh, let it pile up, Mama,
And when you say,
I'll come around, dear.
Spend the day.

I've a brand of lovin'
Can't be beat;
My way of huggin'
Is sure a treat;
I know that we can agree,
So save it, pretty Mama,
Save it all for me!



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Published 2/27/2000.

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