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Listen Deanna Durbin - My own - 1938


Lyrics

More News From Nowhere (Nick Cave)

I walk into the corner of my room, see my friends in high places
I don't know which is which and whom is whom, they've stolen each other's faces
Janet is there with her high-hatting hair full of bedroom feathers
Janet is known to make dead men groan in any kind of weathers
I crawl over to her, I say hey baby, I say hey Janet
You are the one, you are the sun and I'm your dutyfull planet
But she ain't down with any of that, she's heard that shit before
I say ah ha, oh yeah, you're right, cause I see Betty X standing by the door
With more news from nowhere
More news from nowhere
And it's getting strange in here
Yeah, it gets stranger every year
More news from nowhere
More news from nowhere

Now, Betty X is like Betty Y minus that fatal chromosome
Her hair is like the wine dark sea, on which sailors come home
I say hey baby, I say hey Betty X (I lean close up to her throat)
This light you're carrying is like a lamp, hanging from a distant boat
It is my light, said Betty X, Betty X says this light ain't yours
And so much wind blew through her words that I went rolling down the hall
For more news from nowhere
More news from nowhere
And it's getting strange in here
Yeah, it gets stranger every year
More news from nowhere
More news from nowhere

I turn another corner, I go down a corridor and I see this guy
He must be about 100 foot tall and he only has one eye
He asks me for my autograph, I write nobody and then
I wrap myself up in my woolly coat and blind him with my pen
Cause someone must have put something in my drink, everything getting strange looking
Half the people had turned into squealing pigs, the other half were cooking
Let me out of here, I cried, and I went pushing past
And I saw miss Polly singing with some girls, I cried strap me to the mast
For more news from nowhere
More news from nowhere
And it's getting strange in here
Yeah, it gets stranger every year
More news from nowhere
More news from nowhere

Then a black girl with no clothes on danced across the room
We charted the progress of the planets around that boogie-wongie moon
I called her my nubian princess, I gave her some sweet-back bad-ass jive
I spent the next seven years between her legs pining for my wife
But by and by it all went wrong, I felt all washed-up on the shore
She stared down at me from up in the storm as I sobbed upon the floor
For more news from nowhere
More news from nowhere
And don't it make you feel alone
Don't it make you wanna get right-on home
More news from nowhere
More news from nowhere

Here comes Alina with two black eyes, she's given herself a transfusion
She's filled herself with panda blood to avoid all the confusion
I said the sun rises and falls with you, and various things about love
But a rising violence in me cut all my circuits off
Well, Alina, she starts screaming, her cheeks are full of psychotropic leaves
Her extinction was nearly absolute when she turned her back on me
For more news from nowhere
More news from nowhere
And it's getting strange in here
Yeah, it gets stranger every year
More news from nowhere
More news from nowhere

I bumped bang crash into Deanna hanging pretty in the door frame
Alle the horrors which have befallen me, well, Deanna is to blame
Every time I see you, babe, you make me feel so all alone
And I wept my face into her dress long after she'd gone home
With more news from nowhere
More news from nowhere
And don't it make you feel alone
Don't it make you wanna get right back home
More news from nowhere
More news from nowhere

Don't it make you feel so sad, don't the blood rush to your feet
To think that everything you do today, tomorrow is obsolete?
Technology and women and little children too
Don't it make you feel blue? Don't it make you feel blue?
For more news from nowhere
More news from nowhere
And don't it make you feel alone
Don't it make you wanna get right back home
More news from nowhere
More news from nowhere

Well, I've gotta say
Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye

Der Star Track (J.B.O.)

Der Planet ist verdreht, unsre Erde geht kaputt
Doch nicht nur unsrer Umwelt, auch mir selbst geht's nicht sehr gut
Katastrophen, Krisen, Krieg und Korruptions-Skandale
Als letzter Ausweg bleibt mir noch die Flucht ins Triviale
Die Glotze soll aus diesem Grund mein Freudenspender sein
Drum schalt ich ein und hoer als erstes Schreinemakers schrei'n
Das ist zuviel, ich drehe durch und pack' 'ne Bombe ein
Als Terrorismus-Amateur dring' ich beim Sender ein.
Doch hab' ich wohl die voellig falsche Studio-Tuer genommen
Und bin auf diesem Wege auf die Enterprise gekommen.

Hurra, hurra, ich flieg' mit Picard
Was fuer ein Glueck, ich flieg' mit Jean Luc
Sie brachten die Kamera-Leute zurueck
Und nahmen mich mit - Ich flieg mit Jean Luc.

Sollen die auf der Erde sich doch weiter massakrieren
Der Replikator repliziert mir hier selbst Kitzmann-Bier
Im Holo-Deck gibt's Rock-Konzerte, moeglichst laut und hart,
Back Street Boys und ich - wir sind zum Glueck jetzt Worlds Apart
Auch frauenmaessig trennt ich mich von der Erden Spreu
Den Weizen hab' ich hier - ich bin Deanna Troi treu

Hurra, hurra, ich flieg' mit Picard
Was fuer ein Glueck, ich flieg' mit Jean Luc
Ich bin hier im Himmel will nie mehr zurueck
Bleibt ihr bei Hans Meiser - Ich bleib bei Jean Luc

Bei Sternzeit 4halb5.3 kam Langeweile auf
Als Ausweg beamte Chief O'Brien AC/DC rauf.
Das lauteste Konzert, das die Menschheit je erlebte,
Der Warp-Kern gab die Energie, das ganze Weltall bebte
Der Schalldruck traf auf Romulus, der Planet fiel auseinander
Die Menschheit durch Musik befreit - so wurde ich Commander

Hurra, hurra, ich flieg' mit Picard
Was fuer ein Glueck, ich flieg' mit Jean Luc
Die Foederation ist von mir entzueckt
Und bald werd' ich Captain, gebau wie Jean Luc.

Hurra, hurra, ich flieg' mit Picard
Was fuer ein Glueck, ich flieg' mit Jean Luc
Die Erde ist zwar keine Scheibe, trotzdem ist sie flach,
Drum trauer' ich dem Erdenleben kein bisschen nach.

Whatll I Do (Linda Rondstadt)

What'll I Do

-Artist: Linda Ronstadt from her " 'round Midnight" CD
-Words and Music by Irving Berlin
-featured in the "Music Box Revue Of 1923"
-featured in the 1938 film "Alexander's Ragtime Band" starring Tyrone Power,
-Alice Faye, Don Ameche, and Ethel Merman
-featured in the 1948 film "Big City" starring Danny Thomas, Margaret O'Brien,
-Robert Preston, and George Murphy
-charted in 1924 by Paul Whiteman (#1); Henry Burr and Marcia Freer (#4);
-Lewis James (#6); Vincent Lopez (#8); Carl Fenton (#10); and Irving Kauffman
-(#11).
-charted in 1948 by Nat King Cole (#22) and Frank Sinatra (#23)


Gone is the romance that was so divine
'tis broken and cannot be mended
You must go your way and I must go mine
But now that our love dreams have ended

What'll I do
When you are far away
And I am blue
What'll I do

What'll I do
When I am wondering
Who is kissing you
What'll I do

What'll I do with
Just a photograph
To tell my troubles to

When I'm alone
With only dreams of you
That won't come true
What'll I do

<instrumental interlude>

What'll I do with
Just a photograph
To tell my troubles to

When I'm alone
With only dreams of you
That won't come true
What'll I do


Transcribed by Robin Hood



You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (The Dave Clark Five)

YOU MUST HAVE BEEN A BEAUTIFUL BABY
Bing Crosby
(Mercer, Warren)
- Bing's brother, Bob, provided the orchestral accompaniment for Bing's third
No. 1 hit of 1938. Bing recorded "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" on
Oct. 14, 1938. It entered the charts in December, where it remained for 11
weeks, including two weeks at the top.

You must have been a beautiful baby
You must have been a wonderful child
When you were only starting to go to kindergarten
I bet you drove the little boys wild.
And when it came to winning blue ribboms
You must have shown the other kids how.
I can see the judges' eyes as they handed you the prize
You must have made the cutest bow.
You must've been a beautiful baby
'Cause baby look at you now.

Does your mother realize
The stork delivered quite a prize
The day he left you on the family tree?
Does your dad appreciate
That you're merely supergreat
The miracle of any century?
If they don't just send them both to me.

You must have been a beautiful baby
You must have been a wonderful child.
When you were only starting to go to kindergarten
I bet you drove the little boys wild.
And when it came to winning blue ribboms
You must have shown the other kids how.
I can see the judges' eyes as they handed you the prize
You must have made the cutest bow.
You must've been a beautiful baby
'Cause baby look at you now.

-------------------------------------------------------

Easter Parade (Leo Reisman)

Easter Parade
Leo Reisman and Clifton Webb
Words and music by Irving Berlin.

-A rewritten version of a 1917 Berlin song entitled "Smile and Show Your Dimple."
-Introduced by Clifton Webb and Marilyn Miller in the revue "As Thousands Cheer."
-Sung by Don Ameche in the 1938 film "Alexander's Ragtime Band," by Bing Crosby
in the 1942 film "Holiday Inn," and by Fred Astaire and Judy Garland in the 1948
film "Easter Parade."
-Best selling records in 1942 by Harry James and his Orchestra and in 1947
by Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians.

(verse)
Never saw you look quite so pretty before.
Never saw you dressed quite so lovely, what's more.
I could hardly wait to keep our date this lovely Easter morning,
And my heart beat fast as I came through the door for:

(chorus)
In your Easter bonnet with all the frills upon it,
You'll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade.
I'll be all in clover, and when they look you over
I'll be the proudest fellow in the Easter Parade.
On the Avenue, Fifth Avenue,
The photographers will snap us
And you'll find that you're in the rotogravure.
Oh, I could write a sonnet about your Easter bonnet
And of the girl I'm taking to the Easter Parade.

In my Easter bonnet with all the frills upon it,
I'll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade.
You'll be all in clover, and when they look me over
You'll be the proudest fellow in the Easter Parade.
On the Avenue, Fifth Avenue,
The photographers will snap us
And you'll find that you're in the rotogravure.
Oh, you may write a sonnet about my Easter bonnet
And of the girl you're taking to the Easter Parade.


From: Gloria "Montcomags" <Montcomags@mclinc.org>





Ive Got A Pocketful Of Dreams (Russ Morgan)

I'VE GOT A POCKETFUL OF DREAMS
Bing Crosby
- words by John Burke, music by James V. Monaco
- Johnny Burke wrote this song around an expression he overheard Bing using.
Bing recorded the song May 23, 1938, with John Scott Trotter's Orchestra,
and before summer's end it was nestled in the No. 1 position on the pop
music charts. The song remained in the top position for four weeks, and
stayed on the charts for 17. "Pocketful of Dreams" was written for the
Paramount movie "Sing You Sinners" starring Bing Crosby, Fred MacMurray,
Ellen Drew and Donald O'Connor.

Happiness comes with success
And that I guess is true
But success is more or less
A point of view

I'm no millionaire
But I'm not the type to care
'Cause I've got a pocketful of dreams
It's my universe
Even with an empty purse
'Cause I've got a pocketful of dreams

I wouldn't take the wealth of Wall Street
For a road where nature trods
And I calculate that I'm worth my weight
In goldenrods

Lucky, lucky me
I can live in luxury
'Cause I've got a pocketful of dreams

-----------------------------------------

Name Your Poison (Singing The Booze) (Richard O'Brien)

Mai Tai say that I'm Old Fashioned,
Tres Vin Ordinaire
That I want a fresh Manhattan
With white anglo-saxons everywhere?
A Black Russian's no Pink Lady
Give her a Singapore Sling.
And Moscow Mule is not your baby
So Highball the Vodka, and name your sting
Be a big shot, with a Bullshot
Be a schwein mit der Wein
Have a short, or a port, or a snort, of any sort.
Asti Spumante . Uno Chianti.

Are divine!

I got some economic Hocks,
A Gin and Tonic on the rocks.
Where Angels fear to tread, I say-
Choose your booze! Let's hit the red-eye!
Think of young Deanna Durbin,
And how she sung on Rum and Bourbon.
Or enhance your luncheon hour
With a Planter's Punch,
And a Whiskey Sour
If you feel like a wreck,
Try a Horse's Neck
Or a Sherry with a cherry in the new fun size-

If you don't name your poison
I'll have to get the boys in
The spirit of adventure opens ones eyes
If you don't name your poison
I'll have to get the boys in
And you'll never see another Tequila Sunrise

Live happily ever after
With a Chablis and some laughter.
Between the Sheets is lovely
With a dizzy blonde and a bottle of bubbly
There's nothing sicker in society
Than a lack of liquor and sobriety
So! Down the hatch. Here's mud in your eye!
Take a bracer with a chaser, wash it down with rye!
Bottoms up, stirrup cup!
It'll put you in the pink.

And all you have to do is

Drink, Drink, etc.

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."

Story of Bo Diddley (The Animals)

Now listen here to the story of Bo Diddley
The rock 'n roll scene in general
Bo Diddley was born Ellis McDaniels
In a place called McCoom
In Mississippi about 1926
He moved to Chicago about 1938
Where his name was eventually changed to Bo Diddley
He practised the guitar every day and sometimes into the night
'till his papa's hair began to turn white
His pa said "Son, listen here, I know"
"You can stay but, uh, that guitar's just got to go"
So he pulled his hat down over his eyes
And headed on out for them western skies
I think Bob Dylan said that
He hit New York City
He began to play the Apollo in Harlem
Good scene there
Everybody raved
One day, one night
Came a Cadillac, four headlights
Came a man with a big long fat cigar
He said "Come here son, I'm going to make you a star"
Bo Diddley said "Uh, what's in it for me?"
The man said "Uh, shut your mouth son and play the guitar"
"and you just wait and see"
Well, Bo made it, he made it real big
And so did the rest of the Rock 'n Roll scene along with him
And a white guy called Johnny Otis took Bo Diddley's rhythm
And changed into hand jive
And it went like this:

In a little old country town one day
A little old country man begin to play
Had two guitars and a beat-up saxophone
When the drummer said ??? those cats begin to ???

Oh baby, oooo we oh oh
Oooo la la that rock 'n roll
You hear me, oooo we oh oh
Oooo la la that rock 'n roll

Then the U.S. music scene, there was big changes made
Due to circumstances beyond our control
Such as payola
The rock 'n roll scene died after two years of solid rock
You got discs like, uh:
Take good care of my baby
Please don't ever make her blue
And so forth

About, uh, one year later
In a place called Liverpool in England
Uh, four young guys with mop haircuts
Begin to sing stuff like, uh:
It's been a hard day's night
And I've been workin' like a dog
And so on

A place called Richmond in Surrey
Way down in the deep south
Where the guys had long hair down their backs sang:
I wanna be your lover baby
I wanna be your man, yeah
And all that jazz

Well we been doin' this number "Bo Diddley"
for quite some time now
Bo Diddley visited this country last year
And we were playin' the Club A-Go-Go in Newcastle, our home town
And the doors opened one night
And to our surprise in walked the man himself, Bo Diddley
Along with him was, uh, Jerome Green, his maraca man
And the Dutchess, his gorgeous sister
Now we're doin', uh, we're doin' this number
Along with them came Rolling Stones and The Mersey Beats
They're all standin' around diggin' it
And I overheard Bo Diddley talkin'
He turned around to Jerome Green, he said
"Hey Jerome. What do you think of these guys doin our, our material?"
Jerome said "Uh, where's the bar, man. Please show me to the bar."
He turned around to the Dutchess and he said
"Hey Dutch. What do you think of these young guys doin' our material?"
She said ah, "I don't know. I only came across here to see the
changin' of the guards and all that jazz."
But Bo Diddley looked up at me and he said, uh
With half-closed eyes and a smile
He said "Man". Took off his glasses. He said "Man"
"That sure is the biggest load of rubbish ever heard in my life"
Hey Bo Diddley (Hey, Bo Diddley)
Oh Bo Diddley (Hey, Bo Diddley)
Yeah Bo Diddley (Hey, Bo Diddley)
Oh Bo Diddley (Hey, Bo Diddley)
Yeah Bo Diddley (Hey, Bo Diddley)
Oh Bo Diddley (Hey, Bo Diddley)

Memoirs Of An Officer And A Gentleman (Emerson, Lake & Palmer)

Prologue-The Education of A Gentleman

Walking through the city after recent rain
Heard ancient stones all shining murmur where are they?
How long before next hero's day
And the splendid show of drum and gun

Walking by the river one September eve
Saw questions rise in circles on that old dark stream
Where now are those who dared to dream
They would leave one jewel in England's hand

Gone to sleep they lie in flowered graves
For the visitors and Guidebook saved
But come the trumpet shattered dawn
Will the spirit they shared be reborn

Comrades in arms, may they rise, fight and shine again,
Till "who goes there", will be answered with friend again

Once there stood a man, alone, sword in his hand
In the face of the teeth and flame
And it was all in England's name

I was told how she grew, she alone shone her light on everyone
And if you made the first eleven then you'd be sure to get to heaven,
Like the captain of the school

I was taught how to win
And to lose with that "get you next time" smile,
Learned Latin verbs in fear of a beating
And for years thought central heating,
Was for just old people's homes

I was raised on the past, the Tower and Saint Paul's and Westminster
Escorted well-bred girls to dances, and learned to drive a horse in harness,
Through the English countryside
I was taught to behave, like an officer and a gentleman,
And when I finally marched from Sandhurst
I learned to put my fellow man first
And there was daily talk of war
I spent 1938 in the United States of America,
I grew to love it's many faces, and they had built some amazing places,
And I thought theyd come in on our side

Love at First Sight

Girls, oh there were girls
But they were just part of the social whirl
And I never took much notice
Until the night that I met you

Standing out there alone
Out on the terrace under the moon
From the moment that I kissed you
My life turned into a dream

I knew I loved you at first sight
And that you loved .. me
Was it really happening, or was it a dream?

I asked if you'd be mine
Feeding the white doves by the Serpentine
And when you said forever
I know that I almost cried

You all in white
The tears and the laughing
Nearly losing the damn ring
Yes, I do ... Yes, I will... keep you from harm

Those few short days
We spent together
Remembered forever
All the plans - for the house and for the children

I know I loved you at first sight
And that you loved... me
Did it really happen then, or was it a dream?

I knew when I saw your face
Opening orders, the time and the place
Oh, don't worry it won't last long
And I won't be far away
I'll try to write every day...

Letters From the Front

Got your letters at the front today
If you like the house well buy it straight away
Yes, its great now youre a full-time nurse
But do be careful with the air-raids - getting worse

Must end now... the push is on... were moving out...
All my love... see you soon

I'm writing to you on a convoy moving west
It's hell out here but were all trying to do our best
I learned today that I get two weeks leave in June
This time I promise you a real honeymoon

Must end now... take care my love... you're all the world
To me my love...see you soon

The telegram... dropped from my hand
She was all I had... I just don't understand
I see her now... in that white dress she wore
Those eyes and that smile
No one else... nevermore

Decorations and respect inside the club
Aren't compensation when you lose the one you love
But in the end, all that is left
Is the regiment and what it means
To be... an officer and a gentleman...

Honourable Company (A March)
Instrumental


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