Wabash Blues

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  1. Jun 10,  · “Wabash Blues,” written by Dave Ringle and Fred Meinken, first became a hit song with a recording by bandleader Isham Jones, and has since been covered by artists ranging from jazz musicians like Duke Ellington to pop acts like Les Paul and Mary Ford.
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  3. 78_wabash-blues_shorty-sherock-and-his-orchestra-meinkem-ringle-shorty-sherock_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source
  4. " Wabash Blues ", with words by Dave Ringle and music by Fred Meinken, was the first major success for pianist, saxophonist and song composer Isham Jones (–). Recorded in by Isham Jones and his Orchestra, this million-seller stayed twelve weeks in the U.S. charts, six at No. manalasagamanaragroshakar.xyzinfo: Jazz.
  5. Wabash Blues Lyrics: Oh, those Wabash Blues / I know I got my dues / A lonesome soul am I / I feel that I could die / Candle light that gleams / Taunts me in my dreams / I'll pack my walking shoes.
  6. Oh, those Wabash Blues I know I got my dues A lonesome soul am I I feel that I could die Candle light that gleams Taunts me in my dreams I'll pack my walking shoes To lose those Wabash Blues.

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