Artist: Berlin Irving
Album: Ziegfeld Follies Of 1911
Ziegfeld Follies Of 1911
Ephraham Played Upon The Piano (20 Jun 1911)
[Words and music by Irving Berlin and Vincent Bryan]
Down below the Dixie line in Alabam'
Lived a lovin' piano player, Ephraham
'Cause he never took a lesson
He had ev'rybody guessin'
How he played with such a lovin' tone
Any old piano that he could annoy
Ephraham would call an instrument of joy
When it came to make a piano
Cry out in a fancy manner
Ephraham was in a class alone
Ephraham played upon the piano
Ephraham, he had a great left hand
Ephraham in his fancy manner
Made an upright sound like a "Baby Grand"
Any kind of music he could understand
Still he didn't play by ear, he played by hand
When he started fishin'
For the tune that you'd been wishin'
Ev'ry other good musician stepped aside
Ephraham was never known to lose his head
I remember once a certain lady said
"Can you play a fiddle, Mister?"
He looked up and answered, "Sister
I don't know because I never tried"
|1||Dog Gone That Chilly Man (30 Sep 1911)|
|2||Ephraham Played Upon The Piano (20 Jun 1911)|
|3||Woodman, Woodman, Spare That Tree! (27 Jun 1911)|
|4||You've Built A Fire Down In My Heart (20 Jun 1911)|
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|Berlin Irving - Ziegfeld Follies Of 1911 Album Lyrics|
|1.||Dog Gone That Chilly Man (30 Sep 1911)|
|2.||Ephraham Played Upon The Piano (20 Jun 1911)|
|3.||Woodman, Woodman, Spare That Tree! (27 Jun 1911)|
|4.||You've Built A Fire Down In My Heart (20 Jun 1911)|
|1||Shaking The Blues Away|
|2||It All Belongs To Me|
|3||You'd Be Surprised|
|4||Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, A|
|6||You've Built A Fire Down In My Heart (20 Jun 1911)|
|1||Dead Man's Bones|
|4||Dead Man's Bones|
|5||Dead Man's Bones|
|7||Dead Man's Bones|
|8||Daniel Curtis Lee & Adam Hicks|
|9||The Phantom of the Opera|
|10||The Phantom of the Opera|
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