Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely – Slippin’ Around

Written and recorded by Floyd Tillman in 1949. The most popular recording was a cover version by Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely which reached number one on the Retail Folk (Country) Best Sellers chart.

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Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely - Slippin' Around
Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely
Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely – Slippin’ Around, is a song written and recorded by Floyd Tillman in 1949. The most popular recording was a cover version by Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely which reached number one on the Retail Folk (Country) Best Sellers chart. It is a song about a person cheating on his/her spouse.
Tillman wrote a follow-up song, the same year, with essentially the same melody, called “I’ll Never Slip Around Again” in which the cheater has married the one that he/she cheated with, and is in turn worried that he/she is being cheated on. Tillman, as well as Whiting and Wakely, recorded this song as well, as did Doris Day





Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely - Slippin' Around
B-Side Single Margaret and Jimmy Capitol 1949

Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely – Slippin’ Around
B-Side: Wedding Bells
Sello: Capitol Records – 57-40224
Formato: Shellac, 10″, 78 RPM, Los Angeles pressing
País: US
Publicado: 1949
Género: Country
Written: Floyd Tillman

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Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely – Slippin’ Around lyrics

Seems we always have to slip around
To be together, dear
Slippin’ around
Afraid we might be found
I know I can’t forget you
And I’ve gotta have you near
But we just have to slip around
And live in constant fear
Oh, you’re tied up with someone else
And I’m all tied up, too
I know I’ve made mistakes, dear
But I’m so in love with you
I hope someday I’ll find a way
To bring you back to me
And I won’t have to slip around
To have your company
Oh, you’re tied up with someone else
And I’m all tied up, too
I know I’ve made mistakes, dear
But I’m so in love with you
I hope someday I’ll find a way
To bring you back to me
And I won’t have to slip around
And I won’t have to slip around
To have your company

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Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely - Slippin' Around
Single Margaret and Jimmy Capitol 1949
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