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​Tippin' Out

This song is by 'Beans' Hambone & El Morrow and appears on the compilation Sinners and Saints (1926-1931) (1992).

Yeah I'm feeling all alone
Some days I'm feeling all alone
'Cause my girl went away and never said goodbye

She have fooled me from the start
She have surely won my heart
I'm got them blues so bad I don't know what to do

Oh well she happened to send me a note
This am the words she wrote
She says a gone boys don't sing the blues to me
I'm just as cute as any woman can be
Oh even done told me to my face well any old man can take my place

Gettin' tired your low down ways
Going back to my "baby" days
She's say gone boys 'cause you can't love
Tippin' out tonight I'm gonna strut my stuff
I mean I'm gonna strut my stuff

She's gone boys, blues to me
Just as blue as any woman can be
Oh even done told me to my face...

Gettin' tired your low down ways
Going back to my "baby" days
She's say gone boys cause you can't love
Tippin' out tonight I'm gonna strut my stuff
I mean I'm gonna strut my stuff

Now yonder come a woman comin' across the street
She sure has got some great big feet
She stoop down to button her shoes
The wind blowed up her Rabbit chute

Says gone boys, Blues to me
Just as blue as any woman can be
I'm gone boys for you can't love
Tippin' out tonight I'm gonna strut my stuff
I mean I'm gonna strut my stuff

Singing Mama sick, Papa dead
The rooster got choked on the rabbit's head
Beef steak, pork steak
Make a little loppa
Gonna make my lips go flippety flop

Gone boys blues to me
Just as blue as any woman can be
Oh no boys you can't love
Tippin' out tonight I'm gonna strut my stuff
I mean I'm gonna strut my stuff

Don't sing the blues to me
She's as blue as any woman can be
Even now...