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River, Stay 'Way From My Door
Composer
Mort Dixon
Lyricist
Harry M. Woods
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1961
Recording
May 20, 1961
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"River, Stay 'Way From My Door" is a song that was featured in the CD re-release of Frank Sinatra's 1961 studio album, Come Swing with Me!.

"Entratter, Stay 'Way From My Door" Edit

In 1961, Sinatra performed this song under a new title. In order to captivate his audience in a comedic way near the end of his shows, he decided to do a mock representation of this song as "Entratter, Stay 'Way From My Door." The song used a similar arrangement to the initial Nelson Riddle cut from Come Swing with Me![1]

Lyrics Edit

You keep goin' your way - i'll keep goin' my way (i'll keep goin' my way, you
Keep rollin' your way)
River, stay 'way from the door
I just got (me) a cabin - you don't need my (you'll never need that) cabin
River, stay 'way from the door

Don't (you) come up any higher - i'm so all alone
Leave the bed and the fire - that is all i own (- and you can have that phone)

I ain't breakin' your heart - don't (you) start breakin' my heart
River, stay 'way from the door

(stay 'way, get 'way, roll 'way, stay 'way)
(you dirty, old, muddy river, you)
(river, stay 'way from the door

References Edit

  1. http://www.the-main-event.eu/songindex/entratterstaywayfrommydoorparody.html

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