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 SHAKER...............2  (0,001%)
hear mine My red-hot shaker : plays it all the          Davis, Madlyn; It's Red Hot; Chicago, c. Oct. 1928; (20908-?) Pm-12703 Yz L-1039
It's called : the red-hot shaker rag It's the best      Davis, Madlyn; It's Red Hot; Chicago, c. Oct. 1928; (20908-?) Pm-12703 Yz L-1039
 SHAKER'S.............1  (0,000%)
Let's play : the red-hot shaker's rag Now blow it       Davis, Madlyn; It's Red Hot; Chicago, c. Oct. 1928; (20908-?) Pm-12703 Yz L-1039
 SHAKES...............8  (0,003%)
away his knife She shakes all over : when she           Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
above her knees She shakes her shimmy : to who          Collins, Sam; New Salty Dog; New York, 8 Oct. 1931; (10837-1) Ba-32311 OJL-10
Lord the way he shakes it : will make me                Glover, Mae; Shake It Daddy; Richmond, Ind., 29 July 1929; (15392) Ge-6964 OJL-6
on me Well she shakes it like the Central               McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
bone Every time it shakes : it's a sign my              Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Deceitful Brownskin Woman; Chicago, c. Oct. 1927; (20065-2) Pm-12551 Bio BLP-12015
a red-hot mama : meat shakes on the bone Thinks         Chatman, Bo; Ants in My Pants; New York, 5 June 1931; (404938-B) OK-8897 His HLP-5
mama : and the meat shakes on the bone Every            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Deceitful Brownskin Woman; Chicago, c. Oct. 1927; (20065-2) Pm-12551 Bio BLP-12015
bone Every time she shakes them : poor man's dollar     McCoy, Joe; Shake Mattie; Chicago, c. Feb. 1931; (VO-109-A) Vo-1668 Mam S-3803
 SHAKING..............39  (0,017%)
The trees are breaking : shaking all around The wind    Jones, Maggie; Thunderstorm Blues; New York, 10 Dec. 1924; (140175-2) Co-14050-D VJM VLP-23
blues : is a lowdown shaking chill You ain't never      Johnson, Robert; Preachin' Blues; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2632-1) ARC-7-04-60 Co C-30034
blues : is a lowdown shaking chill You ain't never      Johnson, Robert; Preachin' Blues; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2632-2) ARC-7-04-60 Co C-30034
I found three kid-men : shaking down your peaches tree  Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Peach Orchard Mama; Chicago, c. Aug. 1929; (21400-2) Pm-12801 Riv RLP-12-125
that little old thing Shaking her rumble : just like    Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
win a big fortune : shaking him down Every time         Bell, Anna; Shake It, Black Bottom; Long Island City, c. Sept. 1928; (175- ) QRS-R7009 His HLP-21
You ain't seen : such shaking hips Like when that       Smith, Bessie; Trombone Cholly; New York, 3 Mar. 1927; (143575-3) Co-14232-D Co CL-858
it's the last chance : shaking in bed with you          Calicott, Joe; Fare Thee Well Blues; Memphis, c. 21 Feb. 1930; (MEM-778- ) Br-7166 OJL-11
and your coat : get shaking it all down the             Thomas, Henry; Texas Worried Blues; Chicago, c. 13 June 1928; (C-2002- ) Vo-1249 OJL-3
cheese When she start shaking : it's long loose please  Bunn, Teddy; Pattin' Dat Cat; New York, 7 Apr. 1930; (59740-1) Vi-V38592 His HLP-5
slim  When start to shaking : it's too tight then       unknown artist (Birmingham Jug Band); Giving It Away; Atlanta, 11 Dec. 1930; (404683-A) OK-8908 OJL-19
Shook her like he shaking : jelly on a plate            Arnold, Kokomo; Shake That Thing; Chicago, 9 July 1936; (90795-A) De-7212 CC-25
the back yard : just shaking like this  I can           Williams, Henry; Georgia Crawl; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1928; (146148-2) Co-14328-D Rt RL-316
satisfy my soul Old shaking Mattie : meat shake on      McCoy, Joe; Shake Mattie; Chicago, c. Feb. 1931; (VO-109-A) Vo-1668 Mam S-3803
man's dollar gone Old shaking Mattie : and shaking Sue  McCoy, Joe; Shake Mattie; Chicago, c. Feb. 1931; (VO-109-A) Vo-1668 Mam S-3803
up : Tom Rushen was shaking me When you get             Patton, Charley; Tom Rushen Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15222-A) Pm-12877 Yz L-1020
your shimmy : like I'm shaking mine You shake your      Arnold, Kokomo; The Twelves; Chicago, 18 Jan. 1935; (C-9671-A) De-7083 Say SDR-163
me a lesson : about shaking my pistol in these          Williamson, Sonny Boy; Broken Hearted Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070145- ) BB-B9031  BC-20
the sun a-shining : leaves shaking on the tree I        Hill, King Solomon; Down on My Bended Knee; Grafton, Wis., c. Jan. 1932; (L-1253-2) Pm-13116 Yz L-1032
big fat mama : meat shaking on her bones Time           Johnson, Tommy; Big Fat Mama Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45465-1) Vi-38535 Rt RL-330
mama : with the meat shaking on her bones Mmm           Johnson, Tommy; Big Fat Mama Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45465-1) Vi-38535 Rt RL-330
big fat mama : meat shaking on her bones    Lonesome    Johnson, Tommy; Big Fat Mama Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45465-1) Vi-38535 Rt RL-330
woman : with the meat shaking on her bones Every        Martin, Sara; Blind Man Blues; New York, c. 1 Aug. 1923; (71711-B) OK-8090 Sw S-1240
mama : with the meat shaking on her bones And           Reynolds, Blind Willie; Third Street Woman Blues; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64724-2) Vi-23258 OJL-11
what I call : real shaking scene Let me see             Bell, Anna; Shake It, Black Bottom; Long Island City, c. Sept. 1928; (175- ) QRS-R7009 His HLP-21
will have to stop : shaking shaking that old thing      Morand, Herb; Root Hog or Die; New York, 6 Oct. 1937; (62661-A) De-7439 AH-77
Old shaking Mattie : and shaking Sue I can't get        McCoy, Joe; Shake Mattie; Chicago, c. Feb. 1931; (VO-109-A) Vo-1668 Mam S-3803
his back : just from shaking that thing Says now        Arnold, Kokomo; Shake That Thing; Chicago, 9 July 1936; (90795-A) De-7212 CC-25
her partner : beat me shaking that thing The day        Collins, Sam; I'm Sitting on Top of the World; New York, 8 Oct. 1931; (10842-2) Ba-32395 OJL-10
trained She's out there : shaking that little old thing Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
a shame Too tight : shaking that thing Too tight        Howell, Peg Leg; Too Tight Blues; Atlanta, 1 Nov. 1927; (145062-1) Co-14298-D Rt RL-316
home : and caught her shaking that thing I said         Hurt, Mississippi John; Got the Blues Can't Be Satisfied; New York, 28 Dec. 1928; (401484-B) OK-8724 Bio BLP-C4
just got back : from shaking that thing Now old         Jackson, Papa Charlie; Shake That Thing; Chicago, c. May 1925; (2120-?) Pm-12281 Yz L-1029
a fatmouth : keep me shaking that thing    It was       Jackson, Papa Charlie; Fat Mouth Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1927; (2769-3) Pm-12422 Yz L-1029
I know she be shaking that thing : because I            Jordan, Charley; Tight Haired Mama Blues; Chicago, 17 Mar. 1931; (VO-144) Vo-1645 OJL-20
have to stop : shaking shaking that old thing     She   Morand, Herb; Root Hog or Die; New York, 6 Oct. 1937; (62661-A) De-7439 AH-77
See those hoodoo women : shaking that thing They got    Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); The Duck Yas-Yas-Yas; Chicago, c. 16 May 1929; (C-3485- ) Vo-1277 Yz L-1039
The people down south : shaking that thing I lay        Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); New Shake that Thing; Grafton, Wis., c. July 1932; (L-1555-2) Pm-13143 Bio BLP-12041
buy no ticket : for shaking that thing I went           Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); New Shake that Thing; Grafton, Wis., c. July 1932; (L-1555-2) Pm-13143 Bio BLP-12041
 SHALL................7  (0,003%)
Mae Betty Mae : you shall be my wife some               Johnson, Robert; Honeymoon Blues; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-401- ) Vo-04002 Co C-30034
well that the first shall be the last  I                Wheatstraw, Peetie; First and Last Blues; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1257-2) Vo-03185 Say SDR-191
Well now the first shall be the last : and              Wheatstraw, Peetie; The First Shall Be the Last and the Last Shall Be First; New York, 19 Feb. 1936; (60523-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
last : and the last shall be the first  Well            Wheatstraw, Peetie; The First Shall Be the Last and the Last Shall Be First; New York, 19 Feb. 1936; (60523-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
I say the first shall be the last : and                 Wheatstraw, Peetie; The First Shall Be the Last and the Last Shall Be First; New York, 19 Feb. 1936; (60523-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
last : and the last shall be the first  If              Wheatstraw, Peetie; The First Shall Be the Last and the Last Shall Be First; New York, 19 Feb. 1936; (60523-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
cried mama : mama what shall we do Captain Smith        Brown, Hi Henry; Titanic Blues; New York, 14 Mar. 1932; (11476-A) Vo-1728 Yz L-1030
 SHAME................18  (0,008%)
a sin and a shame But it's the only                     Green, Lil; Knockin' Myself Out; Chicago, 21 Jan. 1941; (059152-1) BB-B8659 RCA LPV-574
crying pity : lowdown dirty shame Crazy about a married McClennan, Tommy; I'm a Guitar King; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064890- ) BB-B8957 RBF RF-1
pity : a lowdown dirty shame Crazy about a no-good      McClennan, Tommy; It's a Cryin' Pity; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064891- ) BB-B9005 Rt RL-305
squatting : it's a crying shame He not so short         Memphis Minnie; Squat It; Chicago, 10 Sept. 1934; (C-9426-A) De-7146 Rt RL-329
well a lowdown dirty shame I wonder what's the          Hogg, Andrew; Family Trouble Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61856-A) De-7303 Rt RL-315
her : is a crying shame I tell you people               Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
he rides : is a shame If he don't bring                 Smith, Trixie; Ride Jockey Ride; New York, Dec. 1924; (1977-?) Pm-12245 CC-29
low low : lowdown dirty shame  I've got a brownskin     Wiley, Geeshie (Elvie Thomas); Eagles on a Half; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1931; (L-826-1) Pm-13074 Yz L-1001
it was a crying shame Now Brownsville is my             Estes, Sleepy John; Brownsville Blues; New York, 22 Apr. 1938; (63653-A) De-7473 RBF RF-8
daughter : look what a shame on you I flagged           Memphis Minnie; In My Girlish Days; Chicago, 21 May 1941; (C-3764-1) OK-06410 BC-1
to God is a shame  Ooh : look where the                 Williams, Henry; Lonesome Blues; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1928; (146149-2) Co-14328-D Fly LP-103
captain : it's a dirty shame Shorty George got my       Ledbetter, Huddie; Shorty George; New York, 5 Feb. 1935; (16814-2) ARC unissued Bio BLP-12013
wee It's a lowdown shame : the way you treat            Carr, Leroy; Low Down Dog Blues; Chicago, c. 20 Jan. 1931; (C-7215-A) Vo-1605 Yz L-1036
I mean it's a shame : the way she went                  Carr, Leroy; Big Four Blues; New York, 14 Dec. 1934; (16416-1) Vo-03349 Co C-30496
ain't that a crying shame They tell me marriage         Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); I Believe I'll Settle Down; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059498-1) BB-B8903 RCA-730.581
the name of Yoon Shame to tell you brother              Newbern, Hambone Willie; Nobody Knows; Atlanta, 13 Mar. 1929; (402296-B) OK-8679 Rt RL-307
tight : ain't it a shame Too tight : shaking that       Howell, Peg Leg; Too Tight Blues; Atlanta, 1 Nov. 1927; (145062-1) Co-14298-D Rt RL-316
a pity and a shame : ways the women treats              Wheatstraw, Peetie; Ain't It a Pity and a Shame; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6488-A) Vo-1649 Say SDR-191
 SHAMEFUL.............1  (0,000%)
gossip : surely is one shameful sin I hope when         Moore, Monette; Scandal Blues; New York, c. Jan. 1925; (31779) Ajax-17093 VJM VLP-40
 SHAN'T...............1  (0,000%)
now mama : but I shan't be very long Mama               Bracey, Ishman; The Four Day Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45461-2) Vi-V38560 Yz L-1007
 SHANGHAI.............1  (0,000%)
don't find her in Shanghai : ooo Lord I'm going         Washboard Sam; Gonna Hit the Highway; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1941; (070377-1) BB-B8997 RCA LPV-577
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