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He May Be Your Dog
(But He's Wearing My Collar)
Feat. Fletcher Henderson
This recording was made in New York City on October 26th 1923 featuring Rosa Henderson vocals,
accompanied by Fletcher Henderson at the piano.
*"He May Be Your Dog (But He's Wearing My Collar)" was composed by Henry Creamer.
Rosa Henderson sings this possessive double entendre raving to another woman about the straying affections of her man with a performance that owes much to the expert piano accompaniment of Fletcher Henderson.
Often assumed to be a relation of Edmonia Henderson or Fletcher Henderson, in reality Rosa shared no familial ties with either artist.
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