Walkin' the Dog

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"Walkin' the Dog"
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Sheet music cover, 1916
Song
Published 1916
Genre Blues
Songwriter(s) Shelton Brooks

"Walkin' the Dog" is a song written by Shelton Brooks in 1916. Written for the Dancing Follies of 1916, its chorus is:

Get way back, and snap your fingers
Get over Sally, one and all
Grab your gal, and don't you linger
Do that slow-drag 'round the hall
Do that step, the "Texas Tommy" drop
Like you're sitting on a log
Rise slow, that will show
The dance called Walkin' the Dog[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shelton, "Walkin' the Dog".

Bibliography[edit]

  • Brooks, Shelton. "Walkin' the Dog" (Sheet Music). Chicago: Will Rossiter (1916).

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