"Rocking Chair" as written by William Lee Conley Broonzy and Tommy Mcclennan....
If you’re feeling lowdown, don’t have a soul to care,
If you’re feeling lowdown, don’t have a soul to care,
Just grab your hat and start for the Rocking Chair.

There’s Dubonnet Judy, Gin Fizz Flo,
Cocktail Shorty, and old Julip Joe.

I’m telling you, it’s the gonnest place in town;
If you don’t have your rubbers, take a taxi down.

If you’re a regular guy, you’re bound to get a souvenir,
If you’re a regular guy, you’re bound to get a souvenir,
And when you write back home, you can say you’re spooning at the Rocking Char.



Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

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