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Bob Wills - Take Me Back To Tulsa(Vocal Luke Wills)

"Take Me Back to Tulsa" is a Western swing standard song. Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan added words to the traditional fiddle tune "Walkin' Georgia Rose" in 1940. The song takes its name from the chorus:

 

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry.

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry.

b. Luther J. Wills, 10 Sept 1920, on the plantation near Memphis, Hall State, Tx, USA, d. 21 Oct 2000, NEVADA, Nevada, USA. Younger sibling of Bob Wills as well as the seventh from the Wills family members's kids. He was ranked in a different way from those other family members, he became a family group that his mom had found the wrong baby, after among the many interpersonal dances kept in the region. I have learned to try out stand-up bass as a kid and produced his musical debut in 1939 in the next Wills music group, led by elder sibling Johnnie Lee Wills, known as the Rhythmaires. I made an appearance in B-movie westerns in the first 40s with Bob however in 1943, I became a member of the united states Navy. After support, I've led Bob's second music group and protected the dance circuit of north and central California, showing up 1st as Luke Wills AS WELL AS THE Texas Playboys # 2 2, but in order to avoid misunderstandings this quickly became Luke Wills' Tempo Busters . I have documented for King Information and RCA - Victor Information, adopting an identical style of feedback and interjections as Bob, although not really inside a high-pitched tone of voice. In 1948, the Tempo Busters had been disbanded and caused Bob until 1950, when he re-formed his personal band and required over in Oklahoma Town, when Bob came back to Tx to his fresh dancehall. He rejoined Bob in 1952 and performed and sang using the Playboys, frequently fronting the music group in Bob's lack, until they disbanded in 1964. Then worked beyond the music market in NEVADA. In 1971, he performed bass around the Bob Wills tribute recordings produced at Merle Haggard's house in Bakersfield and later produced some looks at Playboy Reunion Displays, but did not show up on the 1973 documenting program in Dallas. Although adding in no little method to his eldest sibling's story, he had not been elected to the united states Music Hall Of Popularity. In the past due 70s, I have remained the music business and retired to NEVADA.

Bob Wills - Take Me Back To Tulsa Lyrics

 

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

You see that girl with the red dress on,

Some folks call her Dinah

Stoled my heart away from me

Way down in Louisiana

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

The big bee sucks the blossom

And the little bee makes the honey

Poor man throws the cotton

And the rich man makes the money

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

We travel all over this country wide

Playing music by the hour

Always wear this great big smile

We never do look sour

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

Would I go

You 

Let me off

And I'll walk down to Greenwood

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry

Take me back to Tulsa, I'm too young to marry




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