Tampa Red - The Most Of Us Do lyrics

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Tampa Red - The Most Of Us Do lyrics

The Most Of Us Do Trk 13 Dsc 2 2:45 song 36 Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker) And The Chicago Five Aurora, Illinois, March 14, 1938 Leland Hotel Top Floor Tampa Red- vocal,& guitar, unk - trumpet poss. Bill Owsley - tenor sax, prob. Blind John Davis - piano (unk string ba** poss. imitation) Album: The Bluebird Recordings - Tampa Red 1936 - 1938 2 Disc set RCA 07863 66722-2 1997 BMG Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com I shouldn't cry When you kiss me, good-bye But most of us do I shouldn't sigh When you tell me a lie But most of us do I should've known at the start, dear Love is an old army game I shouldn't dream of the sun When I'm so used to the rain, dear Though I pretend that I'm gay Through the rain But most of us do Longing to hug you and kiss you, again But most of us do I shouldn't try to forget, dear Loving the way I do I shouldn't grieve the moment you leave me But most of us do (instrumental) 'Yas, yas' Come on now, come on (Tampa claps through instrumental) 'At's it!' 'I want ev'rybody sing, help me' 'I hear you, I hear you, tryin'-a sing' 'Uh-huh, I hear ya Mr. Ivory man' And though I pretend That I'm gay to the end But most of us do Just longing to hug you And kiss you, again But most of us do I shouldn't try to forget you Loving the way I do-ooo I shouldn't grieve whenever you leave me But most of us do. ~