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AT THE CAFÉ CONTINENTAL (Jimmy Kennedy, Will Grosz) Rossini’s Accordion Band (Harry Bidgood) V. Cyril Grantham Recorded August 1936 Also recorded by: Morton Downey, Reginald Dixon, Monte Rey, Maurice Winnick, Robe3rt Wolfe, Blue Mountains Trio, Mantovani, Charlie Kunz At the Café Continental, Like a fool I fell in love It was all so accidental, Picking up a lady’s glove. I had eyes but for her only, As we sipped a glass of wine And I told her I was lonely So she slipped her hand in mine. She arranged to meet me later But we’ve never met since then Maybe in some other café She dropped her glove again Now I’m blue and sentimental For my heart is not my own At the Café Continental Every night I sit alone. Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - January 2013)

    


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