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;Little; Jimmy Dickens* - A-Sleeping At The Foot Of The Bed / Im In Love Up To My Ears (Shellac)

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  1. A-Sleeping at the Foot of the Bed Lyrics: Did you ever sleep at the foot of the bed / When the weather was whizzin' cold / When wind was whistlin' around the house / And the moon was yeller as gold?
  2. Dickens signed with Columbia in September and joined the Opry in August. Around this time he began using the nickname Little Jimmy Dickens, inspired by his short stature. Dickens recorded many novelty songs for Columbia, including "Country Boy", "A-Sleeping at the Foot of the Bed", and "I'm Little but I'm Loud".
  3. Lyrics of A-SLEEPING AT THE FOOT OF THE BED by Little Jimmy Dickens: Did you ever sleep at the foot of the bed when the weather was a whizzin' cold?, When.
  4. Little Jimmy Dickens, affectionately dubbed "Tater" more than a half century ago by his good friend Hank Williams Sr. has been wowing 'em at the Opry on and off for the past 56 years. He continues to delight Opry audiences even to this day. Throughout his long career Little Jimmy Dickens was never a particularly prolific recording artist/5(15).
  5. 78_a-sleeping-at-the-foot-of-the-bed_little-jimmy-dickens-wilson-patrick_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Eric Morante User_metadataentered Chris Cain .
  6. A-Sleeping At The Foot Of The Bed. Composed By – Wilson*, Patrick*. B. I'm In Love Up To My Ears. Written-By – Dickens*. Notes. "Little" Jimmy Dickens, vocals with instrumental accompaniment. Barcode and Other Identifiers. Matrix / Runout (Side A label): CO
  7. A-Sleeping at the Foot of the Bed / I'm In Love Up to My Ears, a Single by Little Jimmy Dickens. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. ).
  8. Sleepin At The Foot Of The Bed lyrics - Little Jimmy Dickens Did you ever sleep at the foot of the bed When the weather was a whizzin' cold When the wind was a whistlin' around the house And the moon was yellar as gold You give your good warm mattress up to Aunt Lizzie and Uncle Fred Too many kinfolks on a bad night so you went to the foot o.

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