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VP_011065 Verse 1Did you hear bout that syncopating man? Hes a bear, You must hear him when you can. He doesn't read a note, A song he never wrote, He is writing all his fame, And we all know his name. We call him Chorus 1Eppie, Eppie: He can play that baby grand so peppie, When he starts to play, We all begin to sway. We love it, so please let it go, We want to hear him night and day Oh! Oh! Oh! Eppie, Eppie, We're all set and you can bet that nights are never blue A girl ie heard him play one ev'ning She hollered right away Stop teasing, Oh Eppie, Eppie it's you: Verse 2Ev'ry night we hear Eppie play so grand. What a sight, He can play to beat the band. He makes the bigest hit, He does n't care a bit, All the folks dance 'round him swell, And they begin to yell. They call him Chorus 2Eppie, Eppie: He can play that baby grand so peppie, When he starts to play, We all begin to sway. We love it, so please let it go, We want to hear him night and day Oh! Oh! Oh! Eppie, Eppie, We're all set and you can bet that nights are never blue The folks just simply rave they're happy Can't stop to hesitate They're snappy, Oh Eppie, Eppie it's you.
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Goldenthal, Claire, "Eppie" (1921). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 3190.