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Just A-Wearyin' For You
ASCAP Work ID: #100009643
(American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers)
ISWC: No Affiliation
(International Standard Musical Work Code)
BMI Work ID: No Affiliation
(Broadcast Music, Inc.)


by
Carrie Minetta Jacobs-Bond
No Affiliation
Publisher: The Boston Music Company
(1901) date first given



Transcribed from the Sheet Music

Just awearyin' for you, All the time a feelin' blue,
Wishin' for you, wondrin' when you'll be comin' home again.
Restless, don't know what to do, Just a wearyin' for you.

Mornin' comes, the birds awake,
Used to sing so for your sake.
But there's sadness in the notes,
That come trillin' from their throats.
Seem to feel your absence, too,
Just a wearyin' for you.

Evenin' comes, I miss you more
When the dark glooms 'round the door,
Seems just like you orter be (yes "orter")
There to open it for me.
Latch goes tinklin', thrills me through,
Sets me wearyin' for you.

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Those who have recorded this song


  1. Ambrose and His Orchestra - Decca 290-A - London, UK -

  2. Tony Brent with the Eric Jupp Orchestra - Columbia DB 4514 (B) /(A) "I'm Alone Because I Love You" - 7" 45rpm (UK) - September 1960

  3. The Johnston Brothers with The Roland Shaw Orchestra - London 45-1616 (A) /(B) "Roses Of Picardy" - 7" 45rpm - April 1956

  4. Eddie Calvert (The Man With The Golden Trumpet) - Columbia SCM 5004 (A)"Ave Maria"/(B) - 2 record set 7" 45rpm EP (UK) - January 1953

  5. Eddie Calvert (The Man With The Golden Trumpet) - Columbia SEG 7591 (C)/(D) "Ave Maria" - 2 record set 7" 45rpm EP (UK) - 1955

  6. Eddie Calvert (The Man With The Golden Trumpet) - Columbia SEGJ 7591 (C)/(D) "Ave Maria" - 2 record set 7" 45rpm EP (South Africa) - 1955

  7. Jesse Crawford - Decca 177-B - C-9454 - Chicago, IL - September 10, 1934 -

  8. Bing Crosby - Decca 100-B - DLA-7=B - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1934 - 3:16

  9. Bing Crosby - Decca 23971-B - Also Decca set A-621 - Los Angeles, CA - April 18, 1945 - 3:13

  10. Bing Crosby with the John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra - Decca 9-23971-B - 7" 45rpm -
    Included as part of a four record box set No 9-116 (St. Valentine's Day)- (A) "I Love You Truely" / (B) of 8 - Los Angeles, CA - April 18, 1945 - 3:13 (1950)

  11. Michael Holliday - Columbia SEG 7761 (All Time Favourites( (A)/(B) "We'll Gather Lilacs" - 2 record set 7" 45rpm EP - January 1958

  12. Jane Morgan with the Troubadors - KAPP KL-1080 33 1/2rpm LP "All the Way" - 1958

  13. Marie Morrisey - Okeh 1015 - March ?, 1918

  14. Paul Robeson - His Masters Voice HMV B-8731 (A)/(B) At Dawning - 10" 78rpm (England) - with orchestral accompaniment, conducted by Clifford Greenwood, recorded in London, March 1938

  15. Paul Robeson - His Masters Voice HMV 7EGO-8486 (Best-Loved Songs) (A)/(B) "Ol' Man River" - 7" 45rpm EP (Australia) - 1960

  16. Arthur Tracy - Decca 438-B -38947 - November 2, 1934 - 3:17

Source:
Wikipedia
Your Key To Collectibles - Decca 78 100 - 999 Discography
www.45cat.com/

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