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SLOW AND EASY (Words by Harry Williams / Music by Norman Spencer, 1919) Oh! honey dear my honey dear, I hear those doggone "blues;" and honey dear, Oh! listen here, I feel those doggone shoes. Though they're new and killing me too, hear that "blue" and what can you do? Oh! boy, Oh! joy; let's toddle it through: but take it Oh! honey dear, my honey dear, I fear I'll have to stop; and honey dear, Oh! listen here, I feel my feet will "pop." When they choose to put on the blues, two new shoes mean terrible news. Oh! boy, no joy; I've got to refuse: so walk it Chorus slow and easy, if you want to get along with me, I said slow and easy, be easy as a man can be. I'm a lady, pure and sweet, but "shimmee" up a little while I rest my feet. Go slow and easy, if you want to get along with me. Just take it Chorus 2 slow and easy, if you want to get along with me, I said slow and easy, be easy as a man can be. Sit me down here in the shade, I'd like a little beer (I mean a lemonade.) Go slow and easy, if you want to get along with me. So walk it

    


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