"Irish Black Bottom" as written by Louis Armstrong and Percy Venable....
All you heard for years in Ireland
Was the "Wearin' Of The Green"
But the biggest change that's come in Ireland
I have ever seen

All the laddies and the cooies
Laid aside their Irish reels
And I was born in Ireland
(Ha, Ha), so imagine how I feels

Now Ireland's gone Black Bottom crazy
See them dance; you ought to see them dance
Folks supposed to be related, even dance
I mean they dance

They play that strain
Works right on their brain
Now it goes Black Bottom
A new rhythm's drivin' the folks insane

I hand you no blarney when I say
That song really goes
And they put it over with a wow
I mean now

All over Ireland
You can see the people dancin' it
'Cause Ireland's gone Black Bottom crazy

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"Irish Black Bottom" as written by Percy Venable Louis Armstrong

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