Heptune presents:

The Wind Blew Through His Whiskers

    (Billy Rose and Con Conrad)

Transcribed from vocals by Tom Stacks, with Harry Reser's Six Jumping Jacks, recorded 1/22/1926.
From Harry Reser's Six Jumping Jacks, Volume 1, The Old Masters, mb 120.

Oh, the wind blew through his whiskers just the same,
Yes, the wind blew through his whiskers just the same,
Oh, he wore an overcoat,
And a muffler on his throat,
But the wind blew through his whiskers just the same!

Just the same!
Just the same!
But the wind blew through his whiskers just the same!
He put on his rubber boots
And a dozen union suits,
But the wind blew through his whiskers just the same!



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