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HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! (BACK TO ME) (Don Reid (m & l) ) 1949 As sung by the Andrews Sisters (with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra) 1949 Also recorded by Don Reid Hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry! back to me When I'm all alone, I'm lonely as can be All I do is think about you constantly So darling, hurry! hurry! hurry!, back to me. When we say good night I'm in such misery Maybe it's because I like your company Maybe it's because I love you possibly So darling, hurry! hurry! hurry!, back to me. You kiss my lips, and start a fire I think I'm melting in your arms We kiss again, the flame goes higher Then I'm up in heaven, you're so charming. Hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry! back to me Every night without you is eternity If you want to know how happy you can be Then darling, hurry! hurry! hurry!, back to me. Don't stay away so long Darling, how I yearn I sing this little song Hoping you'll return dear. (bridge) Hurry! hurry!, hurry! hurry! hurry!, back to me When I'm all alone, I'm lonely as can be All I do is think about you constantly So darling, hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry!, back to me. Hurry! hurry!, hurry, back. You kiss my lips, and start a fire I think I'm melting (I'm melting) in your arms We kiss again, the flame goes higher Then I'm up in heaven, you're so charmin'. Hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry! back to me Every night without you is eternity If you want to know how happy you can be Then darling, hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry!, Hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry! Hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry! hurry! back to me. Notes: The three Andrews Sisters (LaVerne, Maxene and Patty) started their careers during the 1930s, as a close harmony singing group and as imitators, at least to some degree, of the Boswell Sisters (The Bozzies). They were born in Mound, Minnesota USA. Interestingly, the three girls had different vocal ranges, perhaps a bit unusual considering the fact that they were all born within 7 years of each other (soprano, mezzo and contralto). The Sisters were known for their outstanding support of the allied troops during WWII, working onsite as well as recording on V-Discs. They performed over the radio and made numerous personal appearances on TV as well as many charitable functions. They cut over 700 songs, selling over 90 million records. Some of these were recorded with Bing Crosby (approximately 45). The Crosby/Andrews foursome had many hit records together, perhaps one of the best known being DON'T FENCE ME IN. The Sisters also were recognized for standards such as I'LL BE WITH YOU IN APPLE BLOSSOM TIME and I CAN DREAM, CAN'T I?. This recording appeared as the A side of a 10 inch 78 rpm single, the B side being I DIDN'T KNOW THE GUN WAS LOADED

    


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