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A HEART THAT'S FREE Alfred G. Robyn/Thomas Railey 1937 Deanna Durbin 1937 From the film One Hundred Men and a Girl 1937 Directed: Henry Koster Leads: Deanna Durbin/Adolphe Menjou/Leopold Stokowski One of only two motion pictures featuring the famous British conductor Leopold Stokowski These lyrics from appearance with Jack Renard and Orchestra 1937 Not a thought, not a care With a heart debonaire I am free as the sea LIke the lark who at dawn Bids the darkness be gone Do I sing merrily. With a laugh and a dance Mine's a life to entrance For I know naught but glee And the word that I bring And the theme that I sing Is the song of a heart that's free. Ah then, let music ring While sweet voices sing. (bridge) Echos repeating Measures entreating Song of a heart light and free. Laughing all the day Chasing cares away Hear my roundelay. Not a thought, not a care With a heart debonaire I am free as the sea LIke the lark who at dawn Bids the darkness be gone Do I sing merrily. With a laugh and a dance Mine's a life to entrance For I know naught but glee And the word that I bring And the theme that I sing Is the song of my heart, my heart. (Transcribed by David Story - June 2013)

    


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