Tim Brymn And His Black Devil Orchestra - It's Right Here For You / Arkansas Blues FLAC album
Digital archive of OKeh 78RPM single 4310-B; Wang Wang Blues by Tim Brymn and His Black Devil Orchestra ℗1921 General Phonograph Corporation Style: Classic.
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I'm only waiting for the proper time to tell you That it's impossible to get along with you It's hard to look you in the face when we are talking So it helps to have a mirror in the room. I've not been really looking forward to the performance But there's my cue and there's a question on your face Fortunately I have come across an answer Which is go away And do not leave a trace. There's no home for you here girl, go away There's no home for you here. Waking up for breakfast Burning matches Talking quickly Breaking baubles Throwing garbage Drinking.
I know I've been mistaken But just give me a break and see the changes that I've made I've got some imperfections But how can you collect them all and throw them in my face.
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|A||It's Right Here For You
Written-By – Belledna*, Dickerson*
Written-By – A. Lada*, Spencer Williams
- Record Company – General Phonograph Corporation
NotesSide A = Mx. S-7872-C was recorded ca. May, 1921.
Side B = Mx. S-7866-a was recorded ca. April, 1921.