Yes Sir, That's My Baby

(version 1) Donaldson-Khan, 1960.  Recorded: 13-05-60

Johnny Kidd (vocals) - Alan Caddy (rthm) - Brian Gregg (bass) - Clem Catinni (drums) - Joe Moretti (lead)

This was to be the A-side of Kidd's new single release.  This version ended up on the flipside of "Shakin' All Over", and is a more restrained and polished affair to the original cut. The Pirates line-up had been consolidated and refined, and the polish shows through, with assistance from session musician Joe Moretti.  Despite that there was no competition once "Shakin' All Over" had been laid down.

 
(D)     (D)

(G)Yeah yeah, that's my baby
(G)No No, I don't mean maybe
(D)Yeah yeah, that's my baby (D)now

(G)Yeah yeah, I'm excited
(D)Oh Boy, I'm delighted
(D)Yeah yeah, that's my baby (G)now

     Oh by the (G)way
     Oh by the (C)way
     When we (A)see that preacher
     We'll (D)say "Hey, come along baby!"

(G)Yeah Yeah, you're my baby now
(D)No No, I don't mean maybe
(D)Yeah Yeah, you're my baby (G)now

(instrumental break)

(G)     (D)     (D)     (G)(D)
(G)     (D)     (D)     (G)

     Oh by the (G)way
     Oh by the (C)way - hey
     When we (A)see that preacher
     We'll (D)say "Hey, come along baby!"

(G)Yeah Yeah, you're my baby now
(D)No No, I don't mean maybe
(D)Yeah Yeah, you're my baby (G)now
(SHOUTED - Let's go now, one more time!)

(instrumental break)

(G)     (D)     (D)     (G)(D)
(G)     (D)     (D)     (G)

     Oh by the (G)way
     Oh by the (C)way - hey
     When we (A)see that preacher
     We'll (D)say "Hey, come along baby!"

(G)Yeah Yeah, you're my baby now
(D)No No, I don't mean maybe
(D)Yeah Yeah, you're my baby (G)now
 
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Johnny Kidd (vocals) - Joe Moretti (lead) - Alan Caddy (rhythm) - Brian Gregg (bass) - Clem Catinni (drums)

This was to be the A-side of Kidd's new single release.  This version ended up on the flipside of "Shakin' All Over", and is a more restrained and polished affair to the original cut. The Pirates line-up had been consolidated and refined, and the polish shows through, with assistance from session musician Joe Moretti.  Despite that there was no competition once "Shakin' All Over" had been laid down.

 

Yeah yeah, that's my baby
No No, I don't mean maybe
Yeah yeah, that's my baby now

Yeah yeah, I'm excited
Oh Boy, I'm delighted
Yeah yeah, that's my baby now

     Oh by the way
     Oh by the way
     When we see that preacher
     We'll say "Hey, come along baby!"

Yeah Yeah, you're my baby now
No No, I don't mean maybe
Yeah Yeah, you're my baby now

(instrumental break)

     Oh by the way
     Oh by the way - hey
     When we see that preacher
     We'll say "Hey, come along baby!"

Yeah Yeah, you're my baby
No No, I don't mean maybe
Yeah Yeah, you're my baby now
(Let's go now, one more time!)

(instrumental break)

     Oh by the way
     Oh by the way - hey
     When we see that preacher
     We'll say "Hey, come along baby!"

Yeah Yeah, you're my baby
No No, I don't mean maybe
Yeah Yeah, you're my baby now

 
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