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GET OUT AND GET UNDER THE MOON (Music: Larry Shay / Lyrics: William Jerome & Charles Tobias) Paul Whiteman & His Orch. (vocal: Bing Crosby) - 1928 Helen Kane - 1928 Annette Hanshaw - 1928 Ruth Etting - 1928 Frankie Marvin - 1928 Gus Brown & Joe Schenck - 1928 Broadway Bell Hops - 1928 Golden Gate Orch. (vocal: Ed Kirkeby) - 1928 Sam Lanin's Orch. (vocal: Charles Barnes) - 1928 The Five Locust Sisters - 1928 Hollywood Harmony Four - 1928 Billy Hays & His Orch. (vocal: Sam Lanin) - 1928 Miami Royal Palm Orch. (vocal: Sam Lanin) - 1928 Hal Kemp & His Orch. (vocal: Skinnay Ennis) - 1928 Lou Raderman & His Orch. (vocal: Ralph Haines) - 1928 Frank Ferera's Hawaiian Trio (vocal: Annette Hanshaw) - 1928 Nat Shilkret & The Victor Orch. (vocal: Johnny & Frankie Marvin) - 1928 Eleuterio Yribarren's Red Hot Panamerican Jazz Band - 1928 The Original Havana Band (vocal: Ramon Newton) - 1928 G.H Elliott - 1928 The Two Gilberts - 1928 Gaiety Dance Band - 1928 Layton & Johnstone - 1928 Alan Selby's Piccadilly Dance Band (Instr.) - 1928 Ben Berlin & His Orch. - 1928 Riley Puckett - 1940 Doris Day - 1958 Nat King Cole - 1963 Bill Pertwee & Norman MacLeod - 1975 Also recorded by: Barbara Rosene & Her New Yorkers; Bonnie Guitar; Rebecca Kilgore; Cor Steyn (Instr.); Maxine Sullivan; Doozy; Joe Derise; Mavis Rivers; Harry Simeone Singers; Julie Delaney; Misora Hibari; Debbie Arthur; Mrs. Mills (Instr.); The Pre-War Ponies; Leon Redbone; John Lever; Winifred Atwell (Instr.) ............. and many others. As rec by HELEN KANE with Nat Shilkret & His Orch., July 16th 1928, New York: Whadda you do in the evening When you don't know what to do? Read a book? Play a game? Every night it's just the same! Whadda you say if I tell you How to keep from feeling blue? My advice is good to take, And it's easier to do! When you're all alone, any old night, And you're feeling mighty blue, Pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out, get under the moon. Underneath the bright silvery light, You'll be feeling better soon! Pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out, get under the moon. Ba-da-da-da-da-da, Look, look, look at those stars above, Ah look, look, look at those sweeties love! Oh boy, give me a night in June, I mean it! When you're all alone, any old night, And you're feeling out of tune, Pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out, get under the moon. When you make a date, any old night, You're gonna meet your sweetie soon, are yah, huh? Well then pick up your hat, close up that flat, Get out, get under the moon. Underneath that bright silvery light, You'll be feelin' better soon! Pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out, get under the moon. Ba-da-da-da-da-da, Walk, walk, kiss and then walk again, And talk, talk, kiss and then talk again, Oh boy, sweethearts are all in tune, I mean it! When it's raining out,oh, stay in your flat, But on a lovely night in June, Pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out, get under the moon. (scat) (Contributed by Peter Akers - October 2008) ***************** As recorded by ANNETTE HANSHAW with Jimmy Lytell (clarinet) & Rube Bloom (piano), May 1928, New York: Whadda you do in the evening When you don't know what to do? Read a book? Play a game? Every night is just the same! Whadda you say if I tell you How to keep from feelin' blue? My advice is good to take, And it's easier to do! When you're all alone, any old night, And you're feelin' out of tune, Pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out and get under the moon. Underneath the bright silvery light, You'll be feelin' better soon! Pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out and get under the moon. Ooh-ooh, look at the stars above! Look look, look at those sweeties love! Oh boy, give me a night in June! I mean that! All you gotta do, any old night, When you're feelin' out of tune, Pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out and get under the moon. (Instrumental Break) When you're all alone, any old night, And you're feelin' out of tune, Just pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out under the moon. Underneath the bright silvery light, You'll be feelin' better soon! So pick up your hat, close up your flat, Get out under the moon. Take your girl for an auto ride, Make your girl cuddle by your side; On a beautiful night in June, Will make her love you! You can park your car, wherever you are, And if she won't kiss you soon, Just tell her this, "I'm sorry miss, Get out and get under the moon!". That's all! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - April 2011) (Updated by Mel Priddle - January 2016)

    


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