Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars Hesitating Blues - Rehearsal Sequence cover

Hesitating Blues - Rehearsal Sequence
by Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars
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Released
Oct 28, 2004
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Hesitating Blues - Rehearsal Sequence Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Hello central, what's the matter with this line?
I wanna talk to that high brown of mine
Tell me how long will I have to wait
Please give me two ninety eight, why do you hesitate?
Verse 2
Oh, what you say, can't talk to my brown?
A storm last night blowed the wires all down
Now, tell me how long will I have to wait
Oh, won't you tell me now, why do you hesitate?
Verse 3
Say, Sunday night, my beau proposed to me
Said, he'd be happy if his wife I'd be
Said he, "How long, baby, will I have to wait?"
Come be my wife, my Kate, why do you hesitate?
Verse 4
Say, I declined him, it was just for a stall
He left that night on the cannonball
Honey, oh honey, how long, will I have to wait?
Oh, won't you tell me now, baby, why do you hesitate?
Verse 5

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