This song was written in 1918 by Bob Carleton, and achieved quite a lot of popularity, probably for the reasons above. That also makes it a perfect jam session song. The A parts are basically I-VI-II-V-I turnarounds, so that should make it easy to get through... if not, here's your chance to practice those turnarounds.
So here's the song, courtesy of the New Orleans Jambook site:
The Firehouse book has slightly different chords, and suggests making it 18 bars. That's a fine idea, but we'll keep it simple, like above.
That's about all there is to say about it. So here are some examples: