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Little Liza Jane - The John Halloran Choir - Songs Of Stephen Foster (Songs Of America) (Reel-To-Reel)

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  1. "Li'l Liza Jane", also known as "Little Liza Jane" and "Liza Jane", is a song dating back at least to the s. It has become a perennial standard both as a song and an instrumental in traditional jazz, folk music, and bluegrass, and versions have repeatedly appeared in other genres including rock and roll.
  2. Little Liza Jane This song is by Dr. John and appears on the album Dr. John's Gumbo (). What's your name, pretty little thing Little Liza Jane Where do you live, nght down the lane Little Liza Jane * Oh Little Liza Little Liza Jane * Repeat with ad lib What's your number stoned.
  3. Tumbleweeds and cactus grow, little Liza Jane I've got a friend in Providence, little Liza Jane Bluebird sitting on the fence, little Liza Jane I've got a friend in Chicago, little Liza Jane Walk and feel the cold winds blow, little Liza Jane I've got a friend in Sioux falls, little Liza Jane Where sunflowers grow so tall, little Liza Jane I've.
  4. Origins "Li'l Liza Jane" was first published in by Sherman, Clay & Co of San Francisco, California as a composition by Ada de Lachau. It was described as a "Southern dialect song". The tune was featured as entr'acte entertainment during the Broadway show Come Out of the Kitchen.. The song's origins, however, seem to go back even earlier.
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  6. Little Liza Jane, oh little Liza Jane Now you've heard my story You've got to know my name So why don't you call me Little Liza Jane [Chorus] Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Vincent Gill, Reed Nielsen. AZLyrics. V. Vince Gill Lyrics. album: "Pocket Full Of Gold" () I Quit. Look At .
  7. Little Liza Jane by The John Halloran Singers. Listen Now $ 8. Home On The Range. America The Beautiful by The John Halloran Singers. Listen Now $ I love Stephen Foster's songs. This CD left out a few of his familiar songs, but had a 4/4(4).
  8. Little Liza Jane, Street cars running by my door, Little Liza Jane. (clap) Oh, Eliza, Little Liza Jane, (clap) Oh, Eliza, Little Liza Jane. Brussels carpet on my floor, Little Liza Jane, Silver doorplate by my door, Little Liza Jane. (clap) Oh, Eliza, Little Liza Jane, (clap) Oh, Eliza, Little Liza Jane. Come, my love, and be with me, Little.
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