"Tuxedo Junction" as written by Julian Dash, Erskine Hawkins, Buddy Feyne and William Johnson....
Feelin' low
Rockin' slow
I want to go
Right back where I belong

Feelin' low
Rockin' slow
I want to go
Right back where I belong

Way down south in Birmingham
I mean south in Alabam'
There's an old place where people go
To dance the night away

They all drive or walk for miles
To get jive that southern style
It's an old jive that makes you want
To dance till break of day

It's a junction where the town folks meet
At each function in a tux they greet you

Come on down, forget your care
Come on down, you'll find me there
So long town, I'm heading for
Tuxedo Junction now

There's a place down in Dixie
Where everybody is happy
Where they all get together singing
And shoutin' all the day

Feelin' low
Rockin' slow and easy
and I want to go
Right back to the junction to Tuxedo
That's where I belong
That's where I do belong

It's a junction where the town folks meet by all mean
At each function at the junction in a tux they will always there to greet you
Come on down forget your care
Come on down you'll find me there
So long town
I'm heading for
Tuxedo junction now


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"Tuxedo Junction" as written by Erskine Hawkins Buddy Feyne

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