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Yes Sir, That's My Baby Karaoke - 1920s Standards

This title is a cover version of Yes Sir, That's My Baby as made famous by 1920s Standards

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Same as the original tempo: 171.93 BPM

In the same key as the original: E♭

Duration: 02:23 - Sample at: 00:27

Release date: 1935
Genres: Pop, Jazz, In English
Songwriter: Gus Kahn
Composer: Walter Donaldson

All files available for download are backing tracks, they're not the original music.

Lyrics Yes Sir, That's My Baby

Who's that coming down the street
Who's that looking so petite
Who's that coming down to meet me here
Who's that you know who I mean sweetest who you've ever seen
I could tell her miles away from here
Yes sir that's my baby no sir don't mean maybe yes sir that's my baby now
Yes ma'am we've decided no ma'am we won't hide it yes ma'am you're invited now
By the way by the way when we reach the preacher
I'll say with feeling
Yes sir that's my baby no sir don't mean maybe yes sir that's my baby now
Who's the who I rave about who do I feel blue without
In the winter summer spring or fall
What was I just gonna say
I forget but anyway
Here's the most important thing of all
Yes sir that's my baby no sir don't mean maybe yes sir that's my baby now
Well well look at that baby do tell don't say maybe
Nell's bells won't she cause some row
Pretty soon, pretty soon we will hear that
Lohengrin tune I'm sayin'
Who for should she be sir no one else but me sir yes sir that's my baby now

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