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Six or Seven Times

    (Mills-Waller)

Transcribed from Cab Calloway and His Orchestra, recorded June 11, 1931.
From Cab Calloway and His Orchestra 1930-1931; The Chronogical Classics 516.

St. Louis woman, she's never pleased,
She says there's one good man who'll soon be deceived,
If she can't hear from him each night at least
Six or seven times.

She says the other songs don't mean a thing,
There's only one that makes her heart go bing,
That's why she craves that little tune I sing
Six or seven times.



 
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