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"'Squeeze Me'" is a 1925 jazz standard composed by Fats Waller. It was based on an old blues song called "The Boy in the Boat". The lyrics were credited to publisher Clarence Williams, although Andy Razaf has claimed to have actually written the lyrics.[http://www.jazzstandards.com/compositions-1/squeezeme.htm Squeeze Me] at 'jazzstandards.com' - retrieved on 19 May 2009
The song has been recorded by numerous artists, including Louis Armstrong, Mildred Bailey, Count Basie, Eddie Condon, Harry James, James P. Johnson, Bessie Smith, Jimmy Smith, Willie "The Lion" Smith, Dinah Washington, Tuba Skinny and Maria Muldaur.
*List of 1920s jazz standards
Category:1920s jazz standards
Category:Songs with music by Fats Waller
Category:Bessie Smith songs
Category:Mildred Bailey songs
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