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Some Of These Days
Windsor 4834
 
    
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Some Of These Days
Windsor 4834
 


ID: 5535
   Instrumental  

TypeSinging Call
WEB SITE www.windsorrecords.com
Label information
Grid list of Windsor recordings
Copies1
Vic's Rating0 (not rated)
Bpm 
Duration 
Media45 rpm vinyl
Artist(s)
Bruce Johnson (picture)     recordings by Bruce Johnson

Bruce Johnson

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Cue Sheet

OPENER - MIDDLE BREAK - CLOSER   

Allemande left your corner maid, come on back and promenade
Girls keep walkin' as you are, men turn in, make a right hand star
Pass 'em once, let 'em go, meet again with a left elbow
Twice around and don't be blue, men star right you do
A right hand star around the land, skip that gal, left allemande
Well, come back and promenade I say
You promenade her, oh serenade her
Go walkin' with your ever lovin' baby
Some of these days


FIGURE    A1, R-H lady progression

Heads promenade halfway around will do
4 ladies chain you'll turn a brand new Sue
Head couples cross trail thru, turn back and star thru
Everybody double pass thru and cloverleaf
The centers square thru 3/4 round to
Left allemande, and pass your partner by, promenade
You promenade the next, go home and don't get vexed
You'll get to swing your lovin' baby
Some of these days

 
Lyrics

Lyrics are provided for informational and educational purposes only. Lyrics are
subject to all U.S. copyright laws and remain property of their respective owners.

Some Of These Days Lyrics ID: 2985

Two sweethearts in a country town, the neighbors say
Lived happily the whole day long
Until one day he told her he must go away
She wondered then what could be wrong

He said "You know it's true I love you best of all
And yet it's best that we should part"
Just as he went away they heard his sweetheart say
Though it 'most broke her heart:

Some of these days
You'll miss me, honey
Some of these days
You'll feel so lonely
You'll miss my hugging
You'll miss my kissing
You'll miss me, honey
When you're away

I feel so lonely
Just for you only
For you know, honey
You've had your way
And when you leave me
You know 't will grieve me
I'll miss my little dad-dad-daddy
Yes some of these days

He went away, and from that day the world's been sad
He realizes his mistake
He listened to the gossips, and that's always bad
For they don't care whose heart they break

As time went on he longed to see his girl again
And so by chance one day they met
As they met face to face, there was a fond embrace
Though these words haunt him yet:

Some of these days
You'll miss me, honey
Some of these days
You'll feel so lonely
You'll miss my hugging
You'll miss my kissing
You'll miss me, honey
When you're away

I feel so lonely
Just for you only
For you know, honey
You've had your way
And when you leave me
You know 't will grieve me
I'll miss my little dad-dad-daddy
Yes some of these days

Lyrics by Shelton Brooks.
Recorded by Sophie Tucker; Cab Calloway and His Orchestra; many others.
 

Comments

Copyright 1965.
 
 

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