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Peetie Wheatstraw – Throw Me In The Alley lyrics

Throw Me In The Alley Trk 15 Disc 2 2:48
Peetie Wheatstraw (William Bunch)
Peetie Wheatstraw - vocal, pno. acc by Blues Blowers
Ike Rodgers - trombone, Henry Brown - piano
August 24, 1934 Chicago, Decca 7018
Album: Peetie Wheatstraw Essentials Album
Allego Classic Blues CBL 200037

(2 verse vocal & instrumental 'dixieland jazz style')

Gotta get low
Let's go down in this valley
Let's go down in this valley
Peetie Wheatstaw, good people
Gon' put y'all in the alley

Bye-bye, baby
What's the matter with the alley?
What's the matter in the alley ?
Way you treat me little mama
You don't mean me no good no how.

(violin & instrumental)

'Peetie, know nothin' - but he know e'nuff'

(clarinet & instrumental)

(trombone & instrumental)

(violin & instrumental)

'Blow that thing, now'

(clarinet & instrumental)

(trombone & instrumental)

(piano boogie & trombone)

(violin & trombone instr to end)


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