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​Jacksonville Blues

This song is by Nellie Florence and appears on the compilation The Country Girls! 1927-1935 (1964).

Let me be your wiggler, until your wobbler come
Let me be your wiggler, until your wobbler come
If she be seen with 'em, She got to wobble some

Women crying danger, but I ain't risen my hand
Women crying danger, but I ain't risen my hand
I just got a way of loving they just don't understand

Men. they call me oven, they say that I'm red Hot
Men. they call me oven, they say that I'm red Hot
They say I got something the other gals ain't got

I can start my pudding, spread my grease with ease
I can start my pudding, spread my grease with ease
'Cause I know my onions, that's why I always please

Wild about coffee, but I'm crazy 'bout China tea
Wild about coffee, but I'm crazy 'bout my China tea
But this sugar daddy is sweet enough for me

Men. they call me oven, they say I'm red Hot
Men. they call me oven, they say that I'm red Hot
They say I got something the other gals ain't got

One John in the city, one live up on the hill
One John in the city, one live up on the hill
But the man I'm loving lives down in Jacksonville