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A LITTLE JIVE IS GOOD FOR YOU (Ralph Yaw / Mel Waters) Martha Tilton (with Ben Pollack & His Orch.) - 1941 It makes no difference what your ailment is It may be gout, it may be rheumatis I know the very, very best cure It beats a-dyin' or a rest cure When your feet are draggin' And your knees are saggin' And you don't know what to do A little jive is good for you When your blues are chronic And you need a tonic Mace your shoes and follow through A little jive is good for you Dig lightly, politely, hold tightly In a minute you'll be in the mood Feel yourself relaxin' That's the right reaction Try it out, no matter who A little jive is good for you (Instrumental Break) Better start to take it slow Till you start to feel a glow Get a grip and don't let go In a minute you'll be in the mood Feel yourself relaxin' That's the right reaction Try it out, no matter who A little jive is good for you (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2016)

    


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