Armstrong, Louis - Bill Bailey Lyrics




Won't you come home, bill bailey, won't you come home
I've moaned the whole night long
I'll do the cookin', honey, I'll pay the rent
I know I done you wrong

You remember that rainy evenin'
I threw you out....with nothin' but a fine tooth comb
Ya, I know I'm to blame, now... ain't it a shame
Bill bailey, won't you please come home

Won't you come home, bill bailey, won't you come on home
I've moaned that whole day long
I'll do all the cookin' honey, I'll even pay the rent
I know, that I have done you, oh so, wrong

You remember that rainy evenin'
I throwed you out, with nothin but a fine tooth comb
I know I'm to blame, now... ain't it a shame
So baby, won't you please come

I said now, won't you please come

Bill bailey, won't you please.... come on home





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  1. Antonio Carlos Novelli

    Louis ainda era GRANDE, e muito!!!

  2. RoK Bottom Studios

    JFK jr. Favorite song.

  3. Glitch_sh

    That's wonderful !

  4. Jacques Bodart

    Et les applaudissements ont du leur manquer à ces braves musiciens !!!!! elles ont appréciées ces belles vavhes ......

  5. John De

    Man These cats are Smokin'

  6. mindjazz1

    My Dad's song that he actually performed multiple times over the years.

  7. Helmut Berger

    Great *****

  8. oldtimecharlie

    OK, I know it's disrespectful, but I had to laugh and smile at Jelly Roll. Many lewd and baudy songs were sung about how good my Jelly Roll is, but Louis Armstrong is way too much a gentlemen to sing these. Examples such as: I Got The Best Jelly Roll In Town' LONNIE JOHNSON (1930) Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues. Even Alberta Hunter sang about Your Jelly Roll Is Good, But Not As Good As Mine. Oddly the sexual metaphor works for men or women. LOL

  9. Marie Ralph

    Two tracks, Bill Bailey and Jelly Roll, excellent.
    Louis Armstrong And The Dukes Of Dixieland, recorded August 3, 1959, Oriental Theatre, Chicago, IL