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Honey Hush - Joe Turner

Honey Hush

The Very Best Of
rhythm and blues blues soul 50s Baltimore



See also Big Joe Turner. (Joseph Vernon Turner ; singer- blues, rock and roll) See also Joe Turner & The Seven Levels. (21st century, Boston, singer & guitarist) Joseph H. Turner (3rd November 1907-21st July 1990) was an American jazz pianist. Born in Baltimore, Turner was first taught piano by his mother when he was five. He moved to New York around 1925 and enjoyed much popularity among musicians in Harlem, working with June Clark (1927-1928), Benny Carter (1929), and Louis Armstrong (1930). Show more ...

Honey Hush - Joe Turner

Ah let 'em roll like a big wheel
In a Georgia cotton field
Honey hush.
Come in this house, stop all that yackety yack
Come in this house, stop all that yackety yack
Come fix my supper, don't want no talkin' back
Well, you keep on jabberin', you talk about this and that
Well, you keep on jabberin', you talk about this and that
I got news for you baby, you ain't nothin' but an alley cat.
Turn off the waterworks, baby, they don't move me no more
Turn off the waterworks, baby, they don't move me no more
When I leave this time, I ain't comin' back no more.
Honey hush.
Come in this house, stop all that yackety yack
Come in here woman, stop all that yackety yack
Don't make me noivous [nervous], 'cause I'm holdin' a baseball bat.
Singin' hi-yo, hi-yo silver

Hi-yo, hi-yo silver

Hi-yo, hi-yo silver

Hi-yo, hi-yo silver

Hi-yo, hi-yo silver

Hi-yo silver away!



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