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Tuxedo Junction

This song is by Ella Fitzgerald and appears on the album Things Ain't What They Used to Be (And You Better Believe It) (1970).

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Tuxedo Junction
Way down south in Birmingham
I mean south in Alabam'
An old place where people go
To dance the night away

They all drive or walk for miles
To get jive that southern style
It's an old jive that makes you want
To dance till break of day

It's a junction where the town folks meet
At each function in a tux they greet you
Come on down, forget your care
Come on down, you'll find me there
So long, town, I'm heading for
Tuxedo Junction now

Feelin' low
Rockin' slow
I want to go
Right back where I belong

Way down south in Birmingham
I mean south in Alabam'
There's an old place where people go
To dance the night away

They all drive or walk for miles
To get jive that southern style
It's an old jive that makes you want
To dance till break of day

It's a junction where the town folks meet
At each function in a tux they greet you
Come on down, forget your care
Come on down, you'll find me there

So long, town, I'm heading for
Tuxedo Junction now

Feelin' low
Rockin' slow
I want to go
Right back where I belong
Right back where I belong
Right back where I belong

Come on take me back to Birmingham
I wanna go wanna go to Tuxedo junction
Drop me off drop me off at Tuxedo junction
Way down down south
Come on take me
Come on take me
Come on take me
Tuxedo junction
Way way down south in Birmingham
I mean Alabam'
I mean Tuxedo junction
Tuxedo junction
Tuxedo junction
Everybody goes

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