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PEANUT VENDOR Moises Simons, Marion Sunshine, Wolfe Gilbert as rec by Sam Browne w Ambrose and His Orch (1931) Peanuts, peanuts! Peanuts! Peanuts! In Cuba, each merry maid Wakes up with, this serenade Peanuts! Fresh roasted, they're nice and hot Peanuts! They're toasted, I sell a lot If you haven't got bananas, don't be blue Peanuts in a little bag are calling you Don't waste them, no tummy ache You'll taste them when you awake For at the very break of day The peanut vendor's on his way At dawning that whistle blows Through ev'ry city, town, and country lane You'll hear him sing his plaintive little strain And as he goes by to you he'll say: Big jumbos, big double ones Come buy those peanuts roasted today Come try those freshly roasted today! If you're looking for a moral to this song Fifty million little monkeys can't be wrong Peanuts! I'll look for his treat I guess Peanuts! I'll sell them, you'll eat again I love, I love Peanuts. (Transcribed by Sir Isaac, jonjamg - August 2012)

    


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