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SWEETMEAT JOE, THE CANDY MAN (Austen Croomb-Johnson) As recorded by: Jay Wilbur & His Band V. Sam Browne Recorded November 1934 Ding dong, ding dong, school is over The kiddies are in clover today Ding dong, ding dong, Jackie Horner Runs around the corner to play Jill follows after with shouts and with laughter And see how they run to join the fun Hear them coming down the street The pitter-pitter-pat of baby feet They all run just as fast as they can To Sweetmeat Joe, the candy man He has toffee-apple, gums Sticky sweets and sugar plums All hot from the baking pan Sweetmeat Joe the candy man There’s a smile on every little face When he is selling his wares And if one baby aint got a dime Sweetmeat Joe says pay next time Happily they run away Contented till another day When once again they’ll see the van Of Sweetmeat Joe, the candy man. Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - June 2013)

    


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