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COPENHAGEN Words: Walter Melrose Music: Charlie Davis ‘Featured' by Harry Leader & his band Recorded by Teresa Brewer & the Dixieland All-Stars Verse: ‘Way down in old New Orleans you will find shoulder shakin' queens, And when they roll their eyes you'll wake up in paradise. And when that old leader man I said when that old leader man, Picks up his saxophone all the shoulder shakers moan - Chorus: Professor man won't you play Copenhagen ‘Cause that's one tune sure has got me runnin' wild? Nobody knows how that tune burns up my clothes, So hey hey hey - syncopate it all night long. Doo da da doo dum - steppin' daddy, mama's feelin' good. Doo da da doo dum - syncopate me like a daddy should. Professor man won't you play Copenhagen ‘Cause that's one tune drives my dancin' shoes insane? Be good to me jass me with that melody So hey hey hey - syncopate it all night long. Doo da da doo dum - steppin' daddy, mama's feelin' good. Doo da da doo dum - syncopate me like a daddy should. Copyright: 1924 Published by Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co 9-10 Old Compton Street, London WC2 (Contributed by Paul Daniel - August 2009)

    


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