Walk on the Bay

DESCRIPTION: Chorus: "Walk on the bay Let me see you walk." The response to every verse line is "Let me see you walk." Singer sees his darling downtown and tells her to walk and talk. She asks "Do you want me to be your bride"; he tells her to walk and talk.
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1960 (LomaxCD1708)
KEYWORDS: courting marriage questions
FOUND IN: US(SE) West Indies(Bahamas)
Roud #17295
RECORDINGS:
Nat Rahmings, Hobart Smith, and Ed Young, "Walk on the Bay" (on LomaxCD1708)
NOTES: Matthew Barton, liner notes to LomaxCD1708: "...this rousing song... is traditional in the Bahamas." - BS
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File: RcWotBay

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