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Waitin' For The Train To Come In
Peggy Lee
Comment on the disk holder:
"Peggy Lee's wistful Waitin' For The Train To Come In, which touched
The Lancers (#6), 
  Patti Page (#8), Sunny Gale (#17), and Peggy Lee (#26)
- Words and Music by Jenny Lou Carson and Al Hill


(Go . . . go . . . go)
The Lancers (#6), 
  Patti Page (#8), Sunny Gale (#17), and Peggy Lee (#26)
- Words and Music by Jenny Lou Carson and Al Hill


(Go . . . go . . . go)
versions by Peggy Lee (# 2), Bing Crosby 
(#14), and Burl Ives (# 21) were all charted as just "Riders In the Sky"
Later, The Ramrods took it to # 30 in
Peggy Sue rode away last night, on a rocking horse
Straight into the pale moonlight, make believe of course
But what's a little girl of eight
Stagger Lee, can you Do The Locomotion
Lucille I hear you knocking but you can't come in
Rockin' Robin, C.C Rider,
A Rama Lama Ding Dong
Let
(With Peggy Lee)


(PL) If you were to ask me who the sweetest one I knew was
I'd say you was
(DM) If you were to ask me who my favorite point
versions by Peggy Lee (# 2), Bing Crosby 
(#14), and Burl Ives (# 21) were all charted as just "Riders In the Sky"
Later, The Ramrods took it to # 30 in
Peggy Lee - A Doodlin' Song

Cy Coleman / Carolyn Leigh


Do do-de-oo do-de-oo do-de-oo-de-oo

Do do-de-oo do-de-oo do-de-oo-de-oo

Do do-de-oo
(With Peggy Lee)


(PL) If you were to ask me who the sweetest one I knew was
I'd say you was
(DM) If you were to ask me who my favorite point
versions by Peggy Lee (# 2), Bing Crosby 
(#14), and Burl Ives (# 21) were all charted as just "Riders In the Sky"
Later, The Ramrods took it to # 30 in
Poor White Folks [Instrumental]


Uncle Pen Album
By Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys

The entire album is 'Instrumental'. These include tracks:
1.
Cupid to take game
And I raised a toast to Peggy Lee
'cause there had to be more to this game
I grabbed my hat, picked up my shoes
Collected
Wed May 5th, 1937
Robert Lee McCoy - vocals and guitar
With Sonny Boy Williamson - harmonica and Joe Williams - guitar.
Album: Robert Lee McCoy Bluebird
Southern Dream Track #22 2:44
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
(John Lee Williamson)
Chicago, November 12, 1947
With Blind John Davis - piano, Big
- piano and (probablys) Willie Hachett - mandolin
And Willie Lee McCoy - gtr.
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938 RCA #66796
Transcriber:
Apple Tree Swing Track #12 2:22
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
(John Lee Williamson)
Sonny Boy Williamson - vocals & harmonica
With Blind John
July 21st 1939, Chicago, Illinois
Album: Sonny Boy Williamson 'The Blues'
Chicago 1937-1945 by Fremeaux & Associates #FA 253 
Transcriber:
I want to spend my life with you
That's why I want to spend my life with you

Geneviève wears Hermès
Annabelle wears Arpège
Betty Lee wears
What's Gettin' Wrong With You Track #24 2:47
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
(Big Bill Broonzy) 
Big Bill Broonzy - vocal
John Lee Williamson -
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938 RCA #66796
With Speckled Red (Rufus Perryman) - piano
Probably Willie Hacher - mandolin and Robert Lee McCoy - gtr
#56 The Moon Is Made Of Gold
Moon14day-1985-600c

Rickie Lee Jones (1990)
Double Bass: Rob Wasserman (song collected in Rob Wasserman's album Duet)
I Been Dealing With The Devil Track #13 2:47
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
John Lee Williamson - vocal and harmonica
With Joshua Altheimer -
#56 The Moon Is Made Of Gold
Moon14day-1985-600c

Rickie Lee Jones (1990)
Double Bass: Rob Wasserman (song collected in Rob Wasserman's album Duet)
- piano and (probablys) Willie Hachett - mandolin
And Willie Lee McCoy - gtr.
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938 RCA #66796
Transcriber: