Heptune presents:

Wherever There's a Will, Baby

    (Don Redman)

Transcribed from vocals by Don Redman with McKinney's Cotton Pickers, recorded Nov. 7, 1929;
From McKinney's Cotton Pickers, 1929-1930, The Chronological Classics, 625.

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Oh, wherever there's a will there's a way, my baby,
Now, you know that Rome wasn't built in a day, was it, baby?
Although you're someone else's now,
I'll get you yet; yes, that's my vow;
Speakin' of love, I sure know how, my baby.
Love will work for us, you'll see, baby.
And I intend to get you or bust! Yes, my baby!
Someday you know you'll be mine, but it's gonna take time;
But wherever there's a will there's a way, my baby!


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Published 6/19/01.


 


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