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DON'T YOU THINK I OUGHT TO KNOW? Johnson / Wettergreen as rec by Ella Fitzgerald w Bob Haggart & his Orch July 22nd 1947 New York What they're saying, is it true That your love is burning low? If you've found somebody new, Don't you think I ought to know? Dining at the club alone, I can feel the people star; Do you think I'm made of stone? Don't you think I ought to care? You know darlin', I've always had Such faith in you and the yarns you've spun, But like a fool, I've lived and learned That half a love is worse than none! If I can't have all of you, Though I can't believe it's so, If you really mean you're through, Don't you think I ought to know? You know darlin', I've always had Such faith in you and the yarns you've spun, But like a fool, I've lived and learned That half a love is worse than none! If I can't have all of you, Though I can't believe it's so, If you really mean you're through, Don't you think I ought to know? (Contributed by Peter Akers - March 2009)

    


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