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I COME FROM A MUSICAL FAMILY Dave Franklin as rec by Louis Armstrong & his Orch April 28th 1936 New York I come from a musical family; My pappy played bass, He burns up the whole darned place! Now I come from a musical family; My cousin plays horn, Why, he'll kill ya sure as you're born! My sis plays grand piano, oh, My grandpa's a one man band! I come from a musical family; My nephew Joe sings, (scat) When he goes, the whole band swings! I come from a musical family; I plays the harp, She plays any flat or sharp! I come from a musical family; Do you hear that bone? Why, that's my uncle's saxophone! My son makes ther trumpet speak, oh! Why, he makes the whole band sweet And plays, hallelujah, hallelujah! I come from a musical family; Do you hear that drumbeat? That's me turnin' on the heat, yes sir! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - July 2011)

    


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