Blushing Bride

DESCRIPTION: Bride Mary Bell blushes as she walks down the aisle: "Every boy in every pew/Knows how she can bill and coo/No wonder she's a blushing bride." Even the preacher remembers her in her younger days; so does the best man.
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1926 (recording, Jim Miller & Charlie Farrell)
LONG DESCRIPTION: Mary Bell and Jackie Horner are to be married. The bride blushes as she walks down the aisle, and the singer says she has every reason to; "Every boy in every pew/Knows how she can bill and coo/No wonder she's a blushing bride." Even the preacher remembers her in her younger days; so does the best man. "Don't tell me she knows her stuff/She should; she's practiced long enough..."
KEYWORDS: courting marriage sex wedding humorous lover clergy
FOUND IN: US(MW)
RECORDINGS:
Edith Clifford, "No Wonder She's a Blushing Bride" (Columbia 901-D, 1927)
Golden Melody Boys, "Blushing Bride" (c. 1928 [unissued]; on TimesAint04)
Jim Miller & Charlie Farrell, "No Wonder She's a Blushing Bride" (Victor 20291, 1926)
[Moe] Thompson & [Carson] Robison "No Wonder She's a Blushing Bride" (Gennett 6062, 1927)

NOTES: Nothing overt is mentioned, but I put "sex" as a keyword, and defy all challenges. - PJS
File: RcBluBri

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