Ya Ya
Tony Sheridan Lyrics


Oh, well, I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
It may sound funny
But I don't believe she's comin'
Uh huh, uh huh
Baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh, uh huh
Ye, baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh
You know that I love you
Oh, how I love you
Uh huh, uh huh

I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
It may sound funny
But I don't believe she's comin'
Uh huh, uh huh

Baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh, uh huh
Ye, baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh
You know how I love you
Oh, how I love you
Uh huh, uh huh

I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
It may sound funny
But I don't believe she's comin'
Uh huh, uh huh

Baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh
Ye, baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh, uh huh

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Written by: CLARENCE L LEWIS, LEE DORSEY, MORRIS LEVY

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CMB

Oh, well, I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
It may sound funny
But I don't believe she's comin'
Uh huh, uh huh
Baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh, uh huh
Ye, baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh
You know that I love you
Oh, how I love you
Uh huh, uh huh
I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
I'm sittin' here, la, la
Waiting for my ya ya
Uh huh, uh huh
It may sound funny
But I don't believe she's comin'
Uh huh, uh huh
Baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh, uh huh
Ye, baby, honey, don't leave me worried
Uh huh
You know how I love you
Oh, how I love you
Uh…



donaldrocks101103

Great song!
I'm gotta comment again, I comment here months ago but I don't see the title changed!
Please Just name the title Tony Sheridan because none of The Beatles are playing here! This recording Is from Jan. 63!

Let's Dance
What'd I Say
Ruby Baby
Ya Ya
Are not The Beatles but The Beatles are In others tracks! Believe me, I wish The Beatles were In here because these are some killers tunes, I wouldn't still be listening to them If I didn't like them! 



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HamburgBeat

Definitely no Beatles on there, but a great track nonetheless! We'll be playing this song as part of our tribute to Tony Sheridan at Beatlesday Mons in Belgium on 12 October 2013!

Ted Tunnicliffe

@Chris Brown Absolutely. I was there - I saw him sing this several times. The Beatles left in November 1962, when I/we arrived. This group was still called the Beat brothers, but no one from the Beatles was in the group, for the simple reason that they were no longer in Hamburg. Actually you can hear Tony say "A little bit of Roy Young there" just before the organ solo. Listen to the guitar solo near the end... pure Sheridan, brilliant ! He knew how to drive a group like very few singers do - the groove is phenomenal.

Chris Brown

This discography is completely wrong. There's an organ and though it sounds like Tony Sheridan none of his backing sounds like the Beat Brothers aka Beatles. The only Sheridan EP with the Beatles I know has Ain't She Sweet, Take Out Some Insurance and My Bonnie, on it.

shakeypitt

R.I.P McGinnity. I was at the same school in Norwich as him; he was the singer with 'The Saints' skiffle group.A bunch of us would get together in the Music Rooms at lunchtimes and play Skiffle; sometimes Mac would be there, sometimes Kenny Packwood, The Saints' rhythm guitarist, sometimes anybody with a guitar. I was learning 'Cello at the time, and tried to provide bass lines. I was crap , but McGinnity and Packwood never told me to clear off!

John Robertson

tony sheridan couldve been huge..lost between the 50s and 60s boom..thanks for this

Mathias Mato

rest in peace mister sheridan

Rosemarie Barnes

The nonsense written here is amazing. Tony and the Beatbrothers, were a band in their own right, when recording for Polydor. The Philips records listed them under Star - combo. Not a single Beatle on them. In the early records, the drummer was Johnny Watson, then Tony Cavanough, an African American. He only lasted a short while. Jimmy Doyle from Dublin is on all the Star - Combo recordings. The reason they were called that was Tony himself was contracted to Polydor, hence on some recordings he was listed as Dan Shery. How I know that ? Married to the saxophone player for 53 years.

scatteredfrog

There's no way. That's way too high pitched to be Sheridan. And waaaaay to shaky; all around a TERRIBLE vocal performance that Tony Sheridan would NEVER deliver. If he were the vocalist, that whole audition tape would have been much better. Not buying it. Ever.

Jongle Wongle

@scatteredfrog All Tony Sheridan. Particulary discernable non-McCartney vocals in notes and pitches which give it away in several of those tracks. In " Til There Was You " it was '.... then there was music...' - the "" music " bit gives it away. He's attempting to be sort of McCartney-ish with it, That sort of thing. " Sure To Fall ". The title words of that track. It lacks that McCartney falsetto ' syrup ', like in "...in love with you....." And " Love Of The Loved ". The "...ooohoooh...ding da ding ding ding......". Someone else, not McCartney. In many other instances the resonances were quite McCartney-ish, very close on, but it was not him. Sheridan could also do the Lennon straight-on fairly well. It was a case of " This Sheridan guy can cover all our stuff. Let's cover our vocal arses when its the real deal, in case we're otherwise all over the place with it. ". And there is not a single note of bass played in the entire set. McCartney was there. He rocked up, but it was Spew ! Splatt ! " Who ? What ? ", Snot blast , and so on.

scatteredfrog

Oh, let's see..."September In The Rain," "Till There Was You," "Love of the Loved," "Like Dreamers Do," "Besame Mucho," "Searchin'," "Sure to Fall"...there's no way that's Tony Sheridan. Ever.

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