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SEND FOR MY BABY (Fred Rose / Hy Heath) as recorded by Connie Francis 1956 If you see me in a diner with a gone look on my face, Putting nickels in a jukebox and starin' into space, Send for my baby, tell him I'm feelin' lowdown and blue, And when my baby gets there, he'll know just what to do! If I go down to the river where the muddy water flows, You see me goin' swimmin' in my goddam beaten clothes, Send for my baby, tell him I'm feelin' lowdown and blue, And when my baby gets there, he'll know just what to do! When a woman needs a man, her head is bowed down, That's the time she gotta have a helpmate around. She needs some lovin' to drive her blues away, A girl without a good man is nothin' but a piece of clay! If you see my by the river with this burden on my back, You hear that engine whistle, I'm standin' on the track, Send for my baby, tell him I'm feelin' lowdown and blue, And when my baby gets there, he'll know just what to do, Yeah, when my baby gets there, he'll know just what to do! Send for my baby, please! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - June 2017)

    


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