VP_012231 Verse 1Now the jump steady club they gave a ball, And it was held down at good hope hall. All the bootleggers in the town Brought a little jump steady along, Now people came from far and near, To tast the different mixture that was handled there. When the jazz band struck up You'd be surprised, Ev'rybody in the hall was googled eyed. Chorus 1They start serving beef, iron and wine And ev'rything in the wood alcohol line, Chicago pop and La la de France All kinds of hair tonic went 'long with the dance, Jamaica ginger mixed with turpentine With black molasses made it superfine. Extract of lemon Verse 2About twelve o'clock ev'rything was fine. To tell the truth I was out of mind. And just before I lost my head I seen them taking six men out dead. They walked out windows in the air, Somebody hollered music, but no jazz band was there, Ev'rybody there was
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1 score (3 p.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
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Delaney, Tom and Easton, Sidney, "At The New Jump Steady Ball" (1920). Vocal Popular Sheet Music Collection. Score 3681.