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DADDY-O (I'M GONNA TEACH YOU SOME BLUES) >From the film "A Song Is Born" (1948) (Music: Gene de Paul / Lyrics: Don Raye) Jeri Sullavan (as the singing voice of Virginia Mayo) & The Page Cavanaugh Trio (Film Soundtrack) - 1948 Dinah Shore - 1948 As performed by JERI SULLAVAN (dubbing for Virginia mayo) with the PAGE CAVANAUGH TRIO in the film "A Song Is Born": Daddy-O, I'm gonna teach you some blues >From now on, that's all you'll be able to use Do you hear me, Daddy-O I'm gonna teach you some blues However you wanted it, I sang your song Whenever you wanted me, I tagged along But that lipstick on your shirt isn't mine So I'm gettin' off, it's the end of the line Do you hear me, Daddy-O I'm gonna teach you some blues (He told you that a woman was his religion) But I didn't hear him mention that he meant them all (So now where you're concerned he's just a dead pigeon) Well, I've got to be the only filly in the stall (You've got a lot of fish a-waitin' round to nibble) And your baby's got a line that they can't overload (So, Baby-O, you're hardly in the mood to quibble) Ah-hah, he'll make me very happy if he'll hit the road You gave me the runaround, and that was wrong You wanted to runaround, so run along If we never meet again, it's too soon And I'll make a bet you'll be changin' your tune Do you hear me, Daddy-O I'm gonna teach you some blues (Instrumental Break) However you wanted it, I sang your song Whenever you wanted me, I tagged along But that lipstick on your shirt isn't mine So I'm gettin' off, it's the end of the line Do you hear me, Daddy-O I'm gonna teach you some blues I'll teach you, I'll teach you, I'll teach you I'm gonna teach you some blues ******************** As recorded by DINAH SHORE: Daddy-O, I'm gonna teach you some blues >From now on, that's all you'll be able to use Do you hear me, Daddy-O I'm gonna teach you some blues However you wanted it, I sang your song Whenever you wanted me, I tagged along But that lipstick on your shirt isn't mine I'm gettin' off, it's the end of the line Do you hear me, Daddy-O I'm gonna teach you some blues Oh, you told you that a woman was your religion But I didn't hear you mention that you meant 'em all So you can just consider you're a dead pigeon 'Cause I gotta to be the only filly in the stall A lot of fish are waitin' round who want a nibble And your baby's got a line that they can't overload So, Daddy-O, I'm hardly in the mood to quibble And you'll make me very happy if you'll hit the road You gave me the runaround, and that was wrong You wanted to runaround, so run along If we never meet again, it's too soon I'll make a bet you'll be changin' your tune Do you hear me, Daddy-O I'm gonna teach you some blues (Instrumental Break) You gave me the runaround, and that was wrong You wanted to runaround, so run along If we never meet again, it's too soon I'll make a bet you'll be changin' your tune Do you hear me, Daddy-O I'm gonna teach you some blues I'm gonna teach you some blues (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2015)

    


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