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CLOUDS WILL SOON ROLL BY, THE George Brown / Harry Woods 1932 as rec by Elsie Carlisle w Ambrose & his Orch 1930's also rec by - Val Rosing w Henry Hall w The BBC Dance Orch '32 Tony Brent '58 Cyril Grantham w Billy Cotton & his Band Layton & Johnstone Leo Reisman & his Orch Peter Skellern Night seems darkest just before the dawn, Just as the daybreak nears. Soon we'll see a sunny sky, It's time to dry your tears. Somewhere the sun is shining, So, honey, don't you cry! We'll find a silver lining, The clouds will soon roll by. I hear a robin singing Upon a treetop high. To you and me he's singing, "The clouds will soon roll by." Each little tear and sorrow Only brings you closer to me. Just wait until tomorrow, What a happy day that will be. Down Lovers Lane together, We'll wander, you and I. Goodbye to stormy weather, The clouds will soon roll by. (humming) (scat) To you and me he's singing, "The clouds will soon roll by." Each little tear and sorrow Only brings you closer to me. Just wait until tomorrow, What a happy day that will be. Down Lovers Lane together, We'll wander, you and I. Goodbye to stormy weather, The clouds will soon roll by. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - July 2012)

    


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