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BY SPECIAL PERMISSION OF THE COPYRIGHT OWNER From the Broadway Revue "The Gang's All Here" (1931) (Music: Lewis E. Gensler / Lyrics: Owen Murphy & Robert A. Simon) Ruth Tester & Jack McCauley (Broadway Production) - 1931 Hal Kemp & His Orch. (vocal: Skinnay Ennis) - 1931 Buddy Blue & His Texans - 1931 Smith Ballew - 1931 Carroll Gibbons & The Savoy Hotel Orpheans - 1931 Every time a radio is playing, they're saying "And next you will hear us play Something with the publisher's okay" Listening to this great announcer trilling This thrilling new text, told me what to do Try this very notion out on you... I asked your Father, he said "Okay!" I asked your Mother, she said "Hooray!" By special permission of the copyright owner I love you I asked your Granpa, he said "Why not!" I asked your Granma, she said "Get hot!" By special permission of the copyright owner I love you Your good ol' Nurse thought you might do right Your Butler thought so too If they agree you're the one for me Then, why on earth don't you The Preacher's ready for the service So, why the heck do you get so nervous By special permission of the copyright owner I love you (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2013)

    


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