My Mammy Karaoke - 1920s Standards

This title is a cover of My Mammy as made famous by 1920s Standards

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About

Tempo: variable (around 102 BPM)

In the same key as the original: C

Duration: 04:16 - Preview at: 00:53

Release date: 1928
Genres: Jazz, In English
Songwriters: Samuel M Lewis, Joseph Young
Composer: Walter Donaldson

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Lyrics My Mammy

Everything seems lovely when you start to roam
The birds are singin' the day that you stray
But wait until you are further away
Things won't be so lovely when you're all alone
Here's what you'll keep saying when you're far from home
Mammy mammy the sun shines east the sun shines west
I know where the sun shines best mammy
My little mammy my heartstrings
Are tangled around
Alabammy
I'm a comin' sorry that I made you wait
I'm a comin'
I hope and pray
I'm not too late oh oh oh
Mammy my little mammy
I'd walk a million miles for one of your smiles my mammy
We all start our travels searching for a friend
If you went searching down deep in your mind
You know you just left your best pal behind
After all our travels where do we all wend
Back home to our first love at the journey's end
Mammy my little mammy
The sun shines east the sun shines west
I know where the sun shines best it's on my mammy
I'm talking about nobody else my mammy
Her heart strings are tangled around
Alabammy mammy mammy
I'm a comin'
Oh I hope
I didn't make you wait
Mammy mammy
I'm a comin'
I hope and pray
I'm not too late oh oh oh
Mammy mammy
I'd walk a million miles
For one of your smiles my mammy

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