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HIGH SOCIETY (Don Swan / Alan Copeland / Mort Greene) Frankie Laine & Jo Stafford - 1955 FL: Hey there, Honey, we haven't got much money Our cupboard's almost bare, our clothes are old and funny JS: Say there, Honey, we don't need any money Tonight we haven't got a care BOTH: We're gonna be in high society We'll strut on down to the finest part of town I don't have rings and all those fancy things But as long as you love me, we're in high society (Instrumental Break) BOTH: We're gonna be in high society We'll laugh and play, and at the break of day We'll climb the stairs, two tired millionaires Just as long as you love me, we're in high society ******************** ADDITIONAL VERSE: While I go get my hat, put some powder on your nose While I let in the cat, there's some windows you can close The bed can stay that way, leave the dishes in the sink Leave the ashes in the tray and be ready in a wink (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - February 2015)

    


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