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HIGH SOCIETY BLUES (Sam Coslow, Frank Harling) As recorded by: Four Bright Sparks, Dir. Van Phillips V. Sam Browne Recorded 29th April 1930 Also recorded by: Ray Noble & His Orchestra, V. Wally Vernon Because we’re all alone I guess we’ve got what they can’t use We’ve sort of got those high society blues It’s well known Our invitations they refuse We’ve sort of got those high society blues This climbing a ladder, gets sadder They’re laughing right at us They simply high hat us I guess we’re bad news They won’t phone Nobody calls to drink our booze We’ve sort of got those high society blues. (Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - August 2013)


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