Anyone familiar with a vocal version on this title? It dates from Ted Lewis & His Band on Columbia 2798, January, 1920 (Whitburn's Pop Memories book). Ted Lewis's version is an instrumental. Looking for an Lp track or 45, other artists. I have a reference to:
Don Francks, "Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me"/"One of Those Songs" A&M 802. Uncharted 45 single, May, 1966.
No idea of the Don Francks 45 is a vocal on this. I have the Glen Campbell track on his OLD HOME TOWN Lp, but I wonder where it came from. A really odd choice, an ancient song, just strange how it got on a Glen Campbell album.
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