I’m playing it on soprano sax in this video which is an octave above tenor. So you can play along with this one on tenor.
Composed by Johnny Mercer.
I start on C concert, D on soprano. That would be A on alto. You could play it in a different key.
Video of NAMM in Ahaheim from last weekend! Focusing on saxophone.
When I mentioned Keyleaves, the side keys also sometimes have pads that stick, but they are lifted directly by shifting the keys. The G#, Eb, and C# have springs, which are not as strong as the movement of your fingers. The palm keys are also moved directly. So keys like G#, Eb, and C# as well as the bis key and a few others tend to be more of a problem when they stick compared to the ones you open directly.
Chris and I playing this song a little while back, fun tune.