It is a tune of 1928. As in the previous economic upheaval, or of trying to balance it on the cultural, calm atmosphere will flow. It is a tune that could be around 13 years old and Billy Holiday. But Billy was coming to an end childhood anymore, later in life, when you sing this song, considering the age of then, it might have been remembered a happy little mood.
I'm not much to look at, nothin' to see Just glad I'm livin' and lucky to be I got a man, crazy for me He's funny that way
I can't save a dollar, ain't worth a cent He doesn't holler, he'd live in a tent I got a man, crazy for me He's funny that way
Though he loves to work and slave for me everyday He'd be so much better off if I went away
But why should I leave him, why should I go? He'd be unhappy without me, I know I've got that man mad about me He's funny that way
How can see no other way and no better plan End it all and let him go to some other day
But I'm only human, a coward at best I'm more than certain he'd follow me West I've got that man crazy for me He's funny that way