This song is by Charlie Spand and Blind Blake and appears on the compilation Down in the Basement: Joe Bussard's Treasure Trove of Vintage 78s (1926-1937) (1977) and on the compilation American Epic: The Collection (2017).
Go on out to Hastings Street, but he doing the boogie, doing very woogie
You're crying, but you been off in Detroit three weeks, you think that's a long, long time
Must be having somebody in Detroit you're really wild about
You go back there now you're gonna sure get boogie
I know you wanna go back to 169 Brady 'cause I can't hardly rest
Always telling me about Brady Street, wonder what is on Brady
Must be something there very marvelous, mm-mm-mmm
Make me think I, make me feel I wanna go to Detroit
I believe it's something that'd make you feel "Oh boy and how"
Let's go back
This man ain't mean but this job is so doggone hard and irregular
I believe I feel like gettin' woogie
It's good to have them nice broads to your side, it's tight
- Blind Blake: Guitar & Vocals
- Charlie Spand: Piano