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I'D RATHER BE BLUE from 1928 musical "MY MAN" sung by Fanny Brice (Fred Fisher (m) Billy Rose (l) 1928) Fanny Brice recorded 1928 Here I am, there you'll be, Miles and miles away from me, I still can't see what good is goodbye. Still, best of friends have to part, Don't lose sleep and don't lose heart, You know me, so baby don't cry. I'd rather be blue Thinkin' of you, I'd rather be blue over you Than be happy with somebody else! I can't do without ya, oucha! For you I'm strong. Oucha magoucha, Don't stay too long! I need a little ah, little ooh, little oh And I'm knockin' on wood. Honey hurry up, hurry up, hurry up, It's so hard to be good! I'd rather be blue Thinkin' of you, I'd rather be blue over you Than be happy with somebody else! Will I be good, will I be bad? Don't be a fool, you fool! My little flat, I'm turnin' that Into a Sunday school! While you're away, I'm here to say There'll be no ice man there! Singin' the blues, I'm gonna use Nothin' but Frigidaire! Still I'd rather be blue Thinkin' of you, I'd rather be blue over you Than be happy with somebody else! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - November 2013)

    


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