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The Vipers Drag/Reefer Song

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  1. Dogal says:
    New Orleans, the original reefer city, is represented here through Louis Armstrong among others, and Chicago and the jive culture center of Harlem are conjured and referenced by the likes of the archetypal "reefer man," Milton "Mezz" Mezzrow. Marijuana is mentioned in every song, whether as "reefer," "jive," "weed," "viper," "golden leaf," or.
  2. Akinolmaran says:
    I dreamed about a reefer five foot long Mighty Mez but not too strong I'll be high but not for long And you know I love you If you're a viper I am the king of everything Got to get high before I swing Hear the bells ring ding dong ding And you know I love you If you're a viper You know you're high when your throat gets dry And everything is fine and dandy You're goin' down to the candy store Blow your cork on .
  3. Melabar says:
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  5. Voodooshakar says:
    Waller had a stride-piano piece of his own called "Viper's Drag" (earlier recorded in by Cab Calloway and His Orchestra) Sidney Bechet wrote and recorded "Viper Mad" and Fletcher Allen's "Viper's Dream" later gained a wide audience when it was recorded by Django Reinhardt in France.
  6. Vudokree says:
    " Viper's Drag " is a stride piano composition by the jazz pianist, composer, and arranger Thomas "Fats" Waller.
  7. Grogar says:
    The relationship between cannabis and popular song can be traced back to at least the s. We reflect upon the vipers who loved their tea back in the day.
  8. Arajind says:
    Reefer Man" "Man from Harlem" "Here Comes the Man with the Jive" "If You're a Viper" "Texas Tea Party" "Light Up" "Jack, I'm Mellow" "Sweet Marijuana Brown" "Viper Mad" "The Weed Smoker's Dream (Why Don't You Do Right)" "The 'G' Man Got the 'T' Man" "All the Jive Is Gone" "The Stuff Is Here" "Wacky Dust" "Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine?".

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