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Minnie the moocher


by Cab Calloway. Buy album CD: Cab Calloway 1930 1942


folk's here's the story 'bout Minnie the Moocher

she was a red hot hoochie coocher

she was the roughest, toughest frail

but Minnie had a heart a big as a whale


(hidey-hi's!)


she messed around with a bloke named Smokey

she loved him, though he was coke-y

he took her down to Chinatown

and he showed her how to kick the gong around


(hidey-hi's!)


she had a dream about the King of Sweden

he gave her things that she was needin'

gave her a home built of gold and steel

a diamond car, with the platinum wheels


(fast hidey-hi's!)


he gave her a townhouse and his racing horses

each meal she ate was a dozen courses

she had a million dollars worth of nickels and dimes

she sat around and counted them a million times


(hidey-hi's, one mo' 'gain!)


poor min, poor min, poor min!



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Album: Cab Calloway 1930 1942 (1996) Lyrics
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  1. (hep-hep!) the jumpin' jive
  2. A smo-o-o-oth one
  3. Come on with the 'come on'
  4. Crescendo in drums
  5. Father's got his glasses on
  6. Geechy joe
  7. Harlem camp meeting
  8. Jonah joins the cab
  9. Let's go joe
  10. Lonesome nights
  11. Minnie the moocher
  12. Moon glow
  13. Nagasaki
  14. Paradiddle
  15. Pluckin' the bass
  16. Ratamacue
  17. Special delivery
  18. St. james' infirmary
  19. St. louis blues
  20. The man from harlem
  21. The viper's drag
  22. Willow weep for me

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