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Love Is Here To Stay (Tony Bennett)

Love Is Here To Stay
Tony Bennett
Words by Ira Gershwin and Music by George Gershwin. This was George's last song before
he died.

This version did not chart but
In 1938, Larry Clinton took it to # 15 and Red Norvo was right behind at # 16.
Sung in the 1938 film "Goldwyn Follies" by Kenny Baker
Sung in the 1951 film "An American In Paris" by Gene Kelly


It's very clear, our love is here to stay
Not for a year but ever and a day
The radio and the telephone and the movies that we know
May just be passing fancies and in time may go

But, oh, my dear, our love is here to stay
Together we're goin' a long, long way
In time the Rockies may crumble
Gibraltar may tumble
They're only made of clay
But our love is here to stay





I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (Connee Boswell)

I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
Tony Bennett
Written by Irving Mills, Henry Nemo, John Redmond, and Duke Ellington

This version did not chart but
In 1938, FIVE versions charted: Duke Ellington (# 1), Benny Goodman (also # 1), Connee
Boswell (# 5), Mildred Bailey (# 8), and Hot Lips Page (# 9)


I let a song go out of my heart
It was the sweetest melody
I know I lost heaven 'cause you were the song

Since you and I have drifted apart
Life doesn't mean a thing to me
Please come back, sweet music, I know I was wrong

Am I too late to make amends?
You know that we were meant to be more than just friends, just friends

I let a song go out of my heart
Believe me, darlin', when I say
I won't know sweet music until you return some day

<instrumental break>

I let a song go out of my heart
Believe me, darlin', when I say
I won't know sweet music until you return some day



Marie (The Bachelors)

Marie

- Artists: The Bachelors
- peak Billboard position # 15 in 1965
- previously a # 1 hit for Tommy Dorsey in 1937 and again as #16 in 1938
- also charted in 1929 by Rudy Vallee (#2), Nat Shilkret (#9), Franklyn Bauer (#15)
- also charted by The Four Tunes as # 13 in 1953
- Words and Music by Irving Berlin


Marie, Marie, Marie

Marie, the dawn is breaking
Marie, (ooh, Marie) you'll soon be waking
To find you heart is aching
And tears (and tears) will fall (will fall) as you recall
The moon in all its splendor
A kiss (ooh, a kiss) so very tender
The words, "Will you surrender
To me, (Marie), Marie, (Marie-ee)?"

<brief instrumental interlude-first line of verse>
Marie, you'll soon be waking
To find you heart is aching
And tears (and tears) will fall (will fall) as you recall
The moon in all its splendor
A kiss (ooh, a kiss) so very tender
The words, "Will you surrender
To me, (Marie), Marie, (Marie) Marie (Marie-ee-ee)?"


Transcribed by Robin Hood

Love Walked In (Sammy Kaye)

Love Walked In
Tony Bennett
Written by George and Ira Gershwin

This version did not chart but
In 1938, five versions did: Sammy Kaye (#1); Jimmy Dorsey (#7); Jan Garber (#7); Kenny
Baker (#14); and Louis Armstrong (# 19)
Later charted in 1953 by The Hilltoppers at # 8.
From the film "Goldwyn Follies" starring Edgar Bergen with Charlie McCarthy and Adolph
Menjou


Love walked right in and drove the shadows away
Love walked right in and brought my sunniest day
One magic moment and my heart seemed to know
That love said "Hello" though not a word was spoken

One look and I forgot the gloom of the past
One look and I had found my future at last
One look and I had found a world completely new
When love walked in with you




Please Be Kind (Red Norvo)

Please Be Kind
Johnny Mathis
Written by Sammy Kahn and Saul Chapman

This version did not chart but
In 1938, 3 versions did: Red Norvo (# 1), Bob Crosby (# 12), and Benny Goodman (# 14)


This is my first affair, so please be kind
Handle my heart with care, oh, please be kind
This is all so grand, my dreams are on parade
If you'll just hold my hand, they'll never, ever fade

So tell me your love's sincere, oh, please be kind
Tell me I needn't fear, oh, please be kind
'cause if you leave me dear, I know my heart will lose its mind
If you love me, please be kind

Tell me your love's sincere, oh, please be kind
Tell me I needn't fear, oh, please be kind
'cause if you leave me dear, I know my heart will lose its mind
If you love me please please be kind






Heart And Soul (Jan & Dean)

HEART AND SOUL
Larry Clinton
(words by Frank Loesser, music by Hoagy Carmichael)

3 versions charted in 1939: Larry Clinton (# 1); Eddy Duchin (# 12); and Al
Donohue (# 16)
Later charted as # 11 in 1952 by The Four Aces
Also charted by Larry Maddox (1956, #57); The Cleftones (1961, #18); and
Jan and Dean (1961, # 25)


Heart and soul, I fell in love with you
Heart and soul, the way a fool would do, madly
Because you held me tight
And stole a kiss in the night

Heart and soul, I begged to be adored
Lost control, and tumbled overboard, gladly
That magic night we kissed
There in the moon mist

Oh! but your lips were thrilling, much too thrilling
Never before were mine so strangely willing

But now I see, what one embrace can do
Look at me, it's got me loving you madly
That little kiss you stole
Held all my heart and soul


>From the Reader's Digest "Treasury of Best Loved Songs":

"During a brief period in the Swing Era, the Hollywood film
studios produced a series of "short subjects" featuring dance
bands, usually playing their established hits. But only one
"short", A Song Is Born (1938), effectively introduced a hit.
The band was Larry Clinton's, with vocalist Bea Wain and the
song was "Heart and Soul", Carmichael and Loesser's first
collaboration. Carmichael was an established composer at the
time, but Loesser - later a creator of both words and music -
was still only a lyricist. Carmichael told the Digest that
the song kicked around the back rooms of Paramount Pictures
for a month before it was assigned to any picture. During that
period "the best use the song got was for Anthony Quinn's
voice practice". This was before Quinn became a star. The
writers were disappointed when their song was launched in a
minor production, but the disappointment was short-lived as
Clinton's recording became a big seller."

Ti Pi Tin (Horace Heidt)

TI-PI-TIN
Horace Heidt
- written by Maria Grever and Raymond Leveen
- lyrics as recorded in New York City, February 10, 1938 by Guy Lombardo and
His Royal Canadians with vocals by Carmen Lombardo and The Lombardo Brothers

One night the moon was so mellow
Rosita met young Manuelo
He held her like this, this lovely miss
Then stole a kiss, this fellow

He said he was glad that he met her
And soon he would come and get her
But she said "No, no, I cannot go
Until I know you better"

Ti-pi-ti-pi-tin ti-pi-tin
Ti-pi-ti-pi-ton ti-pi-ton
He kept on a-stealing and he had a feeling she was satisfied
Ti-pi-ti-pi-tin ti-pi-tin
Ti-pi-ti-pi-ton ti-pi-ton
She was saying "Go sir" so he held her closer, that's how he complied

Ti-pi-ti-pi-tin ti-pi-tin
Ti-pi-ti-pi-ton ti-pi-ton
He kept on a-stealing and he had a feeling she was satisfied
Ti-pi-ti-pi-tin ti-pi-tin
Ti-pi-ti-pi-ton ti-pi-ton
He will always do so, for she has a true soul and he has a bride


Ti Pi Tin (Guy Lombardo)

TI-PI-TIN
Horace Heidt
- written by Maria Grever and Raymond Leveen
- lyrics as recorded in New York City, February 10, 1938 by Guy Lombardo and
His Royal Canadians with vocals by Carmen Lombardo and The Lombardo Brothers

One night the moon was so mellow
Rosita met young Manuelo
He held her like this, this lovely miss
Then stole a kiss, this fellow

He said he was glad that he met her
And soon he would come and get her
But she said "No, no, I cannot go
Until I know you better"

Ti-pi-ti-pi-tin ti-pi-tin
Ti-pi-ti-pi-ton ti-pi-ton
He kept on a-stealing and he had a feeling she was satisfied
Ti-pi-ti-pi-tin ti-pi-tin
Ti-pi-ti-pi-ton ti-pi-ton
She was saying "Go sir" so he held her closer, that's how he complied

Ti-pi-ti-pi-tin ti-pi-tin
Ti-pi-ti-pi-ton ti-pi-ton
He kept on a-stealing and he had a feeling she was satisfied
Ti-pi-ti-pi-tin ti-pi-tin
Ti-pi-ti-pi-ton ti-pi-ton
He will always do so, for she has a true soul and he has a bride


1938 (Daniel Landa)

Nesmí spustit z o&#269;í silnici.
Prst na spouští, hlídá hranici.
P&#345;esn&#283; tak, jak &#345;ekl velitel :
vy&#269;kávat až p&#345;ijde nep&#345;ítel.
Zbran&#283; chladí v rukou víc než led,
potom p&#345;išel rozkaz nest&#345;ílet.

Po&#345;ádn&#283; to chlapy zm&#283;ní, když opoušt&#283;j opevn&#283;ní.
Když se slavná vlajka smutn&#283; z žerd&#283; spouští.
Polož zbra&#328;! Odejdi pry&#269;!
Hlavu si chra&#328;! Odevzdej klí&#269;!
Páte&#345;e se bortí - totiž muž sám sob&#283; neodpouští.

Zlost a rozkousanej ret,
nahmatal krabi&#269;ku cigaret.
Poprvé a na vždy už se vzdal.
Dneska na posledy rovn&#283; stál.

Po&#345;ádn&#283; to chlapy zm&#283;ní, když opoušt&#283;j opevn&#283;ní.
Když se slavná vlajka smutn&#283; z žerd&#283; spouští.
Polož zbra&#328;! Odejdi pry&#269;!
Hlavu si chra&#328;! Odevzdej klí&#269;!
Páte&#345;e se bortí - totiž muž sám sob&#283; neodpouští.

Vypušt&#283;n, jak fotbalovej mí&#269;,
odchází tak trapn&#283; z hranic pry&#269;.
Pro slzy už skoro nevidí.
Habešan&#367;m marn&#283; závidí.
Nejde to skousnout, jen tak tiše stát,
bez náznaku obrany nechat se fackovat.

Po&#345;ádn&#283; to chlapy zm&#283;ní, když opoušt&#283;j opevn&#283;ní.
Když se slavná vlajka smutn&#283; z žerd&#283; spouští.
Polož zbra&#328;! Odejdi pry&#269;!
Hlavu si chra&#328;! Odevzdej klí&#269;!
Páte&#345;e se bortí - totiž muž sám sob&#283; neodpouští.

Ze železa stal se potom sliz
a záletník tak dostal syfilis.
Hrdina se p&#345;ed zrcadlem lek,
v&#269;era na souseda n&#283;co &#345;ek ...

Ive Got My Love To Keep Me Warm (The Mills Brothers)

I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
- words and music by Irving Berlin
- introduced by Dick Powell and Alice Faye in the 1937 film "On The Avenue"
- as recorded by The Mills Brothers in 1938

(do do-do do do do-do)
(do do-do do do do-do)
The snow is snowing and the wind is blowing
But I can weather the storm!
What do I care how much it may storm?
For I've got my love to keep me warm

I can't remember a worse December
Just watch those icicles form!
Oh, what do I care if icicles form?
Oh, I've got my love to keep me warm

Off with my overcoat, off with my glove
I need no overcoat, I'm burning with love!

My heart's on fire, the flame grows higher
So I will weather the storm!
What do I care how much it may storm?
Oh, I've got my love to keep me warm

The snow is snowing, the wind is blowing
But I can weather the storm!
What do I care how much it may storm?
Oh, I've got my love to keep me warm

I can't remember a worse December
Just watch those icicles form!
What do I care if icicles form?
Oh-ho-ho, I've got my love to keep me warm

Off with my overcoat, off with my glove
I need no overcoat, I'm burning with love!

My heart's on fire, the flame grows higher
So I will weather the storm!
What do I care how much it may storm?
Oh, I've got my love to keep me warm


Video


My own (Adamson - McHugh) Featuring Deanna Durbin in her film "That Certain Age" (Orchestra under the direction of Charles Previn) Disque Brunswick n°92705.B...




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