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Margaret Young - You Better Keep Babying Baby / He'll Always Be One Of Those Guys Album

Performer:

Margaret Young

Title:

You Better Keep Babying Baby / He'll Always Be One Of Those Guys

Genre:

Pop

MP3 album size:

2123 mb

Rating:

4.9

Style:

Vocal

Date of release:

1924

Margaret Young - You Better Keep Babying Baby / He'll Always Be One Of Those Guys Album

Tracklist

He'll Always Be One Of Those Guys
You Better Keep Babying Baby

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2537Margaret Young You Better Keep Babying Baby / He'll Always Be One Of Those Guys ‎(Shellac, 10")Brunswick2537US1924
2537Margaret Young You Better Keep Babying Baby / He’ll Always Be One Of Those Guys ‎(Shellac, 10")Brunswick2537Canada1924

Album

Pax41 Music Time Machine presents: Margaret Young - You Better Keep Babying Baby recorded 10271923 Margaret Young began as a society entertainer Better Keep Babying Baby Recorded October 1923. He'll Always Be One of Those Guys Recorded October 1923. Promise Me Everything, Never Get Anything Blues Recorded December 1923. Why Should I Weep About One Sweetie . Margaret Young born February 23, 1891, Detroit, Michigan, USA died May 3, 1969, Inglewood, California, USA was an American singer and comedian who was popular in the 1920's. Her sister married the composer Richard Whiting and she was aunt to Margaret Whiting and Barbara Whiting 2. You Better Keep Babying Baby, He'll Always Be One Of Those Guys. 2 버전. That's My Baby Recorded June 1925. Margaret Young. He Loves It Recorded September 1922. Don't Think That Youll Be Missed Recorded November 1922. Margaret Youngblood was been born on February 23, 1891 in Detroit, Michigan. She was one of four daughters of Bernard and Minnie Walters Youngblood. Margaret Young was noted for her novelty renditions in an act that was frequently s read more. You Better Keep Babying Baby Recorded October 1923. Текст песни: Good evening everybody, yes, Im glad youre here To all the people in the front and the people in the rear Well, youre gonna have fun, did you expect to see The number one master of the ceremony. gonna shake me C9 D Oh darling, cause youll always be my baby. G I ain't gonna cry now Em And I won't beg you to stay C9 If you're determined to leave girl Am D I will not stand in your way G Em But inevitably, you'll be back again C 'Cause you know in your heart babe Am D Our love will never end

Performer

Margaret Young: American singer and comedian who was popular in the 1920s. Young is best known for her songs Hard Hearted Hannah, Lovin' Sam The Sheik Of Alabam', Way Down Yonder In New Orleans, and Oh By Jingo. Nobody's Sweetheart, Oh Gee, Georgie, Oh By Jingo и другие песни. Margaret Young: Nobody's Sweetheart, Oh Gee, Georgie, Oh By Jingo и другие песни. Margaret Young: все альбомы, включая The Roaring 20s Unplugged, Vol. 1: Acoustic Recordings to music from Margaret Young like Oh Gee, Georgie, Nobody's Sweetheart & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Margaret Young. Margaret Youngblood was been born on February 23, 1891 in Detroit, Michigan. She was one of four daughters of Bernard and Minnie Walters Youngblood. Margaret Young was noted for her novelty renditions in an act that was frequently seen in New York as well as various other circuits of the day. Margaret Young - Big Bad Bill Music of the 1920s Popular female vocalists of the early 1920s recorded 10 Youngblood February 23, 1891 May 3, 1969 better known by her stage name Margaret Young, was an American singer and comedian who was popular in the 1920s. She was born in Detroit, Michigan on February 23, 1891. She had four sisters three older and one younger. Margaret Young covered Yes Sir, That's My Baby, Nobody's Sweetheart, A New Kind of Man, Somebody's Wrong and other songs. Margaret Young originally did Yes Sir, That's My Baby and Big Bad Bill. About Margaret Young. Margaret Youngblood, 23 February 1891, Detroit, Michigan, USA, d. 3 May 1969, Inglewood, California, USA. Young sang as a child and from 1920 had a career on radio and records and she also toured vaudeville theatres. Her repertoire was filled with novelty songs and mildly risqué numbers, all delivered in a piping voice that oozed sly innocence

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