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Walkin' My Baby Back Home
Words and Music by Roy Turk, Fred E. Ahlert, Harry Rihman - 1930
Number 1 on the Hit Parade in 1952, played for 12 weeks.
G7            C7 F G7          C7 F            F7
Bb            Bbm F             D7 Dm          E7 Am
Fm            G7 C D7           G7 C7
F - - G7
C7 - - F             C7
F - - G7
C7 - - F
Am D7 Dm E7
Am D7 G7 C7
F - - G7
C7 - - F       (C7 to chorus)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
This song is in the key of F, but the verse starts on a G7 chord.
I've an agreeable baby,  Likes ev'ry thing that I do.
Dances most ev'ry night,  Movies are her delight,  I sorta go for them too.
But when movies and dances are done,  That's when I have real fun;
Gee, it's great after bein' out late,  Walkin' my baby back home.
Arm in arm over meadow and farm,  Walkin' my baby back home.
We go 'long harmonizing a song,  Or I'm reciting a poem.
Owls go by, and they give me the eye,  Walkin' my baby back home.
We stop for a while, she gives me a smile,  And snuggles her head on my chest.
We start in to pet,  and thats when I get,  Her talcum all over my vest.
After I kinda straighten my tie,  She has to borrow my comb.
Once kiss, then I continue again,  Walkin' my baby back home.
Sing-along on "Walkin' My Baby" with the WineLand Banjo Band on YouTube (click here)

Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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