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WALKING MY BABY BACK HOME (Fred E. Ahlert / Harry Richman / Roy Turk) Recorded by : John Allred; Ray Anthony; Louis Armstrong; Les Baxter Orch. & Chorus; Tex Beneke & His Orch.; George Benson; Ed Bickert; Page Cavanaugh; The Charleston Chasers; Chas & Dave; Freddy Cole; Nat King Cole; Bing Crosby; Sammy Davis Jr.; Craig Douglas; Ronnie Dove; Cliff "Ukelele Ike" Edwards; Les Elgart & His Orch.; Lionel Ferbos; Ella Fitzgerald; Tennessee Ernie Ford; The Four Freshmen; Judy Garland; Stephane Grappelli; Steve Hall; Lionel Hampton; Annette Hanshaw; Coleman Hawkins; Dick Haymes; Mel Henke; Woody Herman; Dan Hicks; Earl Hines; Art Hodes; Laurence James; King & Bluiett Trio; King Memphis; Kings Country Queens; Elliot Lawrence; Gisele MacKenzie; Mike Magnelli; Dean Martin; Billy May & His Orch.; Dave McKenna; Lee Morse; Ronald Muldrow; LM Pagano; Joe Pass; Dave Pell Octet; Ray Pennington; Bent Persson; Oscar Peterson; John Pizzarelli; Bill Ramsey; Johnnie Ray; Harry Richman; Nelson Riddle & His Orch.; Jimmy Roselli; Tommy Sands; Don Shirley; Jo Stafford; James Taylor; Jerry Vale; Leroy Vinnegar Sextet; Washboard Rhythm Kings; Ted Weems; Faron Young. Gee it's great after being out late, Walking my baby back home. Arm in arm over meadow and farm, Walking my baby back home. We go along harmonizing a song, Or Iím reciting a poem. Owls go by and they give me the eye, Walking my baby back home. We stop for a while, she gives me a smile, And snuggles her head to my chest. We start in to pet, and thatís when I get Her powder all over my vest. After I kind of straighten my tie, She has to borrow my comb. One kiss then we continue again, Walking my baby back home. Sheís afraid of the dark So I had to park outside of her door till it's light She says if I try to kiss her sheíll cry I dry her tears all through the night Hand in hand to a barbeque stand Right from her doorway we roam Eat and then itís a pleasure again Walking my baby, talking my baby Loving my baby, I donít mean maybe Walking my baby back home (Corrections by Gerd Loedige - November 2004) ***** WALKING MY BABY BACK HOME (Fred E. Ahlert / Harry Richman / Roy Turk) Maurice Chevalier I've an agreeable baby, Likes everything that I do! Dances most every night, Movies are her delight, I sort of go for them, too! But when movies and dances are gone, That's when I have real fun! Gee, it's great after being out late, Walking my baby back home! Arm in arm, over meadow and farm, Walking my baby back home! We go along harmonizing a song, Or I'm reciting a poem, Owls go by and they give me the eye, Walking my baby back home! We stop for awhile, she gives me a smile, And snuggles her head to my chest; We start in to pet, and that's when I get Her talcum all over my vest! After I kind of straighten my tie, She has to borrow my comb, One kiss then, I continue again, Walking my baby back home! Oh, oui, oui, it's delightful for me, Walking my baby back home! I can't use every word I will choose, I'll tell you when we're alone! Oh, yes, yes, when we stop for a rest, I chug-a-lug to my own, By this time, I assure you that I'm Just like a king on a throne! And then comes the fun, her shoe gets undone, Oh, yes, I start tying it, then, Sometimes, I'll admit, I linger a bit, She makes me start walking again! Then we stroll till my heel and my sole Feel like they're down to the bone, Oh, she's sweet, but it's bad on my feet, Walking my baby back home! (Transcribed by Heptune Jazz & Blues Lyrics - From "Encore Maurice!" Academy Sound and Vision, LDT, CD AJA 5016)

    


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