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BLOSSOMS ON BROADWAY from 1937 film "Blossoms On Broadway" sung by Shirley Ross (Ralph Rainger (m) Leo Robin (l) 1937) recorded by - Benny Goodman Dolly Dawn as recorded by Benny Goodman & his Orchestra (vocal - Martha Tilton) November 4th 1937 (radio transcript) There are blossoms on Broadway When I'm walking with you, Blossoms where trees never grew. I forget the crowd and the loud rumble of cars, And all the bright lights turn into stars. There is magic on Broadway When you're smiling at me, Magic my heart never knew. What a joy to be blissfully wandering through The blossoms on Broadway with you! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - January 2017)

    


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