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My Girl Josephine Trk 22 2: 03
Fats Domino
(Antoine 'Fats' Domino and Dave Bartholomew)
Recorded July 1960, Pop Chart #14 Oct. 24, 1960
Original release, Imperial #5704, 1960
Session producer: Dave Bartholomew (Imperial records - Lew Chudd)
Fats Domino - piano & vocal, Joe Harris - alto sax
Herb Hardesty & Clarence Hall - tenor sax
Alvin 'Red Tyler - baritone sax, Ernest Mclean - guitar
Frank Fields - bass, (The Great) Earl Palmer - drums.
Cosimo Matassa Studio New Orleans, la.
Album: 'Fats Domino 25 Classic Performances'
Imperial/Capitol-Emi, 1996

Hello, Josephine
A-how do you do?
Do you remember me, baby
Like I remember you?
You used to laugh at me
And holler 'hoo-hoo-ooo'

I used to walk you home
I used to hold your hand
You used to use my umbrella
Ev'rytime it rained
You used to cry so much
It was a cryin' shame

You used to live over yonder
By the railroad tracks
When it rained you couldn't walk
I used to tote you on my back
Now, you try to make believe
It wasn't no days like that

Hello, Josephine
A-how do you do?
Do you remember me, baby
Like I remember you?
You used to laugh at me
And holler 'hoo-hoo-hoo'.

(instrumental & sax's to end)


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