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MA BLUSHIN' ROSIE (MA POSIE SWEET) From the Broadway musical "Fiddle-Dee-Dee" (1900) (Edgar Smith / John Strombeg) Albert Campbell - 1901 S. H. Dudley - 1901 Al Jolson (feat in the film "The Jolson Story") - 1946 Bing Crosby & Al Jolson - 1947 Ted Bailey & His Riverboat Band - 1962 Jimmy Roselli - 1966 There's a little bunch of sweetness That I long to call my bride And believe me I'm not happy Lest my baby's by my side Her baptismal name was Rosie But she put's the rose to shame And almost every night You'll here me call her name Rosie, you are my posie You are my hearts bouquet Come out here in the moonlight There's something sweet, love I wanna say Your honey boy I'm waiting Those ruby lips to greet Don't be so captivating Ma blushin' Rosie Ma Posie sweet Rosie, you are my posie You are my hearts bouquet Come out, here in the moonlight There's something sweet, love I wanna say Your honey boy I'm waiting Those ruby lips to greet Don't be so captivating Ma blushin' Rosie Ma posie sweet *** Al Jolson sang the repeat chorus as: Rosie, you are my posie You are my hearts bouquet Come out, here in the moonlight There's something sweet love I'm gonna sing about my baby Your honey, your boy I'm waiting Those rubies, those lips to greet Don't be so captivating My blushin' rosie My posie sweet (Transcribed by Henry Watkinson - June 2003)

    


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