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ABOUT A QUARTER TO NINE From the film "Go Into Your Dance" (1935) (Al Dubin / Harry Warren) Al Jolson (Film Soundtrack) - 1935 Ozzie Nelson & His Orch. (vocal Ozzie Nelson) - 1935 Victor Young & His Orch. (vocal: Hal Burke) - 1935 Johnny Green & His Orch. (vocal: Jimmy Farrell) - 1935 Louis Prima / Wingy Manone & The Harlem Hot Shots - 1935 Lew Stone & His Orch. - 1935 Al Jolson (feat. in the film "The Jolson Story") - 1946 Red Norvo Quintet (vocal: Mavis Rivers) - 1962 The Electric Prunes - 1967 Also recorded by: Tammy Grimes; Banu Gibson; Kenny Drew; Christine Ebersole; Bobby Darin; John Sheridan; Eric Comstock; Robert Clary; Forty Second Street Singers; John Arpin; Sarah Partridge; Dean Martin; Barbara Cook; Elly Rosenthal; Slappin' Mammys. The stars are gonna' twinkle and shine, This evening about a quarter to nine. My lovin' arms are gonna' tenderly twine Around you around a quarter to nine. I know I won't be late 'cause at half past eight I'm gonna' hurry there. I'll be waiting where the lane begins, waiting for you on needles and pins. And then the world is gonna' be mine This evening about a quarter to nine... ****** as rec by Al Jolson w Victor Young & his Orch (film soundtrack) 1935 Life begins when somebody's eyes look into your own. Life begins when you've got your gal all alone. From morning until twilight, I don't know I'm alive, But I know life begins at eight forty five! The stars are gonna twinkle and shine, This evening, about a quarter to nine. My lovin' arms are gonna tenderly entwine, twee twee twine, Around you, around a quarter to nine. I know I won't be late, 'Cause at half past eight I'm gonna hurry there! I'll be waiting where the lane begins, Waiting for you on needles and pins; And then the world is gonna be mine, mine all mine, This evening, about a quarter to nine. And then the world is gonna be mine, This evening, about a quarter to nine. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - February 2012)

    


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