Jay Stutes And The Swamp Pickers - Sugar Bee / Come Back Home Little Girl album
Complete your Jay Stutes And The Swamp Pickers collection. Come Back Home Little Girl.
Jay stutes - sugar bee - come back home little girl - goldband g 1106. Sugar Bee" Elvis Fontenot & the Sugar Bees Saulieu Cajun & Zydeco Festival 2009.
Jay Stutes C. Chrocket's Hillbilly Ramblers – Sugar Bee, 02:30. Jay Stutes C. Chrocket's Hillbilly Ramblers Sugar Bee. 02:30.
Little Girl Blue (also known as Jazz As Played in an Exclusive Side Street Club) is the debut album by jazz singer, pianist, and songwriter Nina Simone. It was released by Bethlehem Records on 16 September, 1958. At this time, Simone was in her mid-20s and still aspiring to be a classical concert pianist. This deal eventually cost her royalty profits of more than a million dollars
Jay shutes and the swamp pickers. Sugar bee. Vocal: les vendor "Keyboards". Dale wehba and the ken kasu kwintet. I'LL tell my mama on you. Dave myers and the disciples. Come on luv. Frankie ellis.
Little girl go home, forget your foolish pride Little girl don't roam, cries out the drifting tide Don't drift like me, where can it end What can you see lying 'round the bend. The fields look green 'till you get there And then you'll find that you've gone nowhere.
So I started walking her way She belonged to bad man Jose And I knew, yes I knew I should leave When I heard her say, yeah. Come a little bit closer You're my kind of man So big and so strong Come a little bit closer I'm all alone and the night is so long". So we started to dance In my arms, she felt so inviting And I just couldn't resist Just one little kiss, so exciting. This was Jay and the Americans biggest hit. It’s a first person cowboy song and takes its inspiration from Marty Robbins' El Paso.
Deep in the Sugar Man Swamp, raccoons Bingo and J'miah serve as Information Officers from the safety of a 1949 DeSoto. Chap, the 12-year-old grandson of Audie Brayburn, makes it his mission to find his grandfather's DeSoto and complete his quest of locating the Ivory-billed Woodpecker. As Audie told Chap, they are paisanos, fellow countrymen. They come from the same soil. The Sugar Man rules the swamp, a creature of lore and legend, who guards the swamp and enjoys the particular sugarcane that grows in the damp low soil.
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Written-By – E. Shuler*
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Written-By – E. Shuler*
- Vocals – Jay Stutes
|G-1106||Jay Stutes And The Swamp Pickers||Sugar Bee / Come Back Home Litle Girl (7", Single, Promo)||Goldband Records||G-1106||US||Unknown|
Title: Sugar Bee / Come Back Home Little Girl
Category: Rock / Blues / World, & Country
Other Formats: MPC MMF VQF MP2 ADX AHX MIDI