At the Mississippi cabaret : song / words by A. Seymour Brown music by Albert Gumble
Gumble, Albert, 1883-1946. “At the Mississippi cabaret : song / words by A. Seymour Brown music by Albert Gumble.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 13 Mar. 2017, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/17205. Accessed 14 Nov. 2019.
|Title||At the Mississippi cabaret : song / words by A. Seymour Brown music by Albert Gumble|
|Subject||Popular music -- 1911-1920|
|Description||Song for voice and piano|
|Cover title: Cover illustrated Starmer|
|Back cover: Excerpt of I want to linger|
|Creator||Gumble, Albert, 1883-1946|
|Source||Sheet Music Collection; Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
|Publisher||New York : Jerome H. Remick|
|Contributor||Brown, A. Seymour, 1885-1947|
|Format||1 score (5 p.) 35 cm|
|Alternative Title||First line of text: I came to town just to take in the sights;First line of chorus: You'll see them dancing to banjo's ringing|
VERSE 01: I came to town just to take in the sights,/ I heard about all the music and lights;/ I've seen each café, ev'ry cabaret,/ I want to tell you I'm disappointed./ Take it from me down in Old Tennessee,/ For what you've been paying, why, we get it free!/ Just come along and see,/ follow the crowd with me,/ Down to the levee at night.
CHORUS: You'll see them dancing to the banjo's ringing,/ You'll see them prancing And hear them singing,/ Get over Sal! get over Sal!/ Go get your baby doll, Just show your gal the levee./ With the new dances a chance they're taking,/ You'll have to laugh till your sides are aching,/ Most any night, it's a wonderful sight,/ At the Mississippi cabaret.
VERSE 02: Most ev'ry one in the town will be there,/ Down on the levee you'll notice the Mayor;/ See him dance around, acting like a clown,/ He's sixty-two, but he looks much younger./ Whistles a-blowin' the boats in the stream,/ They keep it going, till they're out of steam./ It's like a jubilee,/ that's where I want to be,/ Down to the levee at night