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CANDY STORE BLUES (Eddie Beal / Nick Castle / Herb Jefferies) Toni Harper & East Beale Sextet - 1948 Maria Muldaur - 1996 Last night I dreamt that I owned a candy store Last night I dreamt that I owned a candy store Woke up this mornin' just like the day before Got five pennies and I don't know what to do Got five pennies and I don't know what to do I need another nickel for the bubblegum I chew There's a little wagon passin' Every afternoon at four And the bells they start to ringin' Every time they pass my door Yes, I love him I love that good, good humour man He's got lots of frozen custard That's how this love began He said, "Hey, little baby If you didn't get enough Don't you worry 'bout no money You can put it on the cuff" Yes, I love him I love that good, good humour man He's got lots of tutti-frutti I could eat it by the can (Contributed/Transcribed by Mel Priddle - June 2005)

    


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