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Shuffle Your Feet/ Bandanna Babies

    (Fields-McHugh)
Photo of Don Redman
Transcribed from Don Redman and His Orchestra, vocals by Harry and Donald Mills; recorded February 2, 1933.
From Don Redman and His Orchestra, 1931-1933; The Chronogical Classics 543.

Shuffle your feet and just stroll along,
Oh, roll along your way,

Shuffle that worried soul along,
And stroll along your way!

Make this a good world to live in,
Laugh at your troubles and give in!

Oh, shuffle your little feet, and just stroll along,
Oh, roll along your way.

Bandanna babies, struttin' around the town,
Bandanna babies, doin' the new lowdown!

Hello, stranger, you're in danger,
Of losing all your cares!
So attractive, very active,
Go along, you blues, we're givin' you air.

Their black eyes flashin',
Tying you up in knots,
There's lots of cash in
Shakin' their polka-dots,

You're gonna get an eyeful, you'll die full of joy and clown,
Bandanna babies, doin' the new lowdown!


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Published 3/18/99.

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