Roy Collins' Orchestra / Erdody And His Famous Orchestra - Stumbling / Mighty Lak A Rose mp3 album
- Performer: Roy Collins' Orchestra
- Title: Stumbling / Mighty Lak A Rose
- Genre: Pop
- Formats: VOC MIDI AIFF AU AC3 TTA MPC
- Released: 1922
- MP3 album: 1395 mb
- FLAC album: 1358 mb
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 528
The music was written by a famous composer, Ethelbert Nevin, who died within weeks or months of writing the song. The lyrics were written by Frank Stanton, who used so-called "Negro dialect," which was sometimes used by so-called "white" lyricists in songs of that era (without their having any fear of being accused of "political incorrectness"). It was used as a lullaby, by a "white" actress in a 1943 movie, and Frank Sinatra recorded it two years later. The title has nothing to do with being strong ("mighty").
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