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FLOWER WALTZ, THE (Al Barry, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose) As recorded by: The Organ, The Dance Band And Me Dir. Billy Thorburn V. Helen Clare Recorded 14th October 1943 Anybody want to buy some pretty flowers, fresh today Mister won't you treat your sweetheart to a little sweet bouquet Flowers tell a tale about a dream And she'll know what they mean If you haven't got a sweetheart and you're all alone and blue Take this little bunch of roses, it will bring good luck to you Here a lonely heart would flower bright and gay Love will blossom with the flowers Flowers drive away the showers Mister will you buy some flowers today. (Music to end) Mister will you buy some flowers today. Transcribed from John Wright's 78 RPM Record Collection (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - May 2013)

    


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