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If You Dont Like My Apples (Dont Shake My Tree)

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  1. Nov 09,  · A woman singing those words is telling a man who says that he is interested in her that if he only wants sex, to go away and leave her alone. The lyrics "If you don't want my peaches, stop shaking my tree" are part of a four line verse which are found in a number of s Blues songs as well as later songs and rhymes.
  2. If you don't like my peaches please don't shake my tree - recorded in Lonnie Johnson - from his "St. Louis Blues" - If you don't like my peaches, baby, don't you shake my tree. You just stay outa my bus'ness, let my peaches be. - recorded in According to a current 'wiki' article, a verse in this form -.
  3. Nov 09,  · If You Don't Like My Apples (Recorded September 17, ) Artist. Nat King Cole Trio. Licensed to YouTube by. UMG (on behalf of EMI); ARESA, UMPG Publishing, ASCAP, and 1 Music Rights Societies.
  4. Mar 08,  · If you don't like my apples, don't shake my tree 'cause I'm a Cougar Don't mess with me!
  5. Lyrics for If You Don't Like My Apples (Don't Shake My Tree) by The Minits. Lyrics for If You Don't Like My Apples (Don't Shake My Tree) by The Minits. Type song title, artist or lyrics. Top lyrics Community Contribute Business. Sign in Sign up.
  6. Sep 12,  · Shaking an apple tree? Asked September 12, , PM EDT This may be a silly question, but I have a neighbor who'd like to use the excess apples on my trees (for their amazing cider), but they want to harvest the apples by shaking them loose from the tree.
  7. Feb 23,  · Apples ripen at various times throughout the year, depending on the type of apple tree, the weather and where the apples are located on the tree. While the apples may ripen a little sooner or a little later each year, depending on the weather, they will generally be ready for harvest around the same time each year; if they were ripe in November Views: K.
  8. Nov 24,  · 'If you don't want my peaches, you'd better stop shaking my tree' was written by Irving Berlin but the song was either unpublished or unsung during his lifetime. After his death, it was published by the Irving Berlin Music Company as part of the 'Lower East Side Songbook'.

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