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Your Feet's Too Big
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Fats Waller performs his hit song "Your Feet's Too Big" in this 1941 Soundie short.
Though commonly attributed to Fats Waller "Your Feet's Too Big" was actually composed in 1936 by Fred Fisher, with lyrics by Ada Benson.
The song was popular as performed by Waller who improvised his own comedic vocals and added his catchphrase "One never knows, do one?" to great success.
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