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Blue Jeans (1920s song)

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'"Blue Jeans"' ('Fox Trot Song') is a sentimental popular song written by Harry D. Kerr and Lou Traveller in 1920. In the song, the singer is reminiscing about a long-ago young love that happened somewhere in the "hills of the old Cumberland." The chorus echoes the singer's longing:

"Blue Jeans" was recorded a number of times, including by the Premier Quartet (Edison Blue Amberol 4288, August 1921) and the Peerless Quartet (Victor 18740, November 1920).



*Kerr, Harry D. (words); Traveller, Lou (music). "Blue Jeans: Fox Trot Song" (sheet music). Cleveland: Sam Fox Pub. Co. (1920).

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