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I WANT TO BE ALONE WITH MARY BROWN ((L) Edgar Leslie, (M) Joe Gilbert) As recorded by: Harry Hudson’s Melody Men V. unknown Recorded 27th July 1928 Also recorded by: Al Starita & His Piccadilly Players, V. Eddie Grossbart Stan Greening’s Lido Dance Orchestra Jack Hylton & His Orchestra (vocal trio - Jack Hylton, Hugh Rignold & Noel (Chappie) d’Amato Jay Whidden & His Band, V. Phil Arnold Tom Barratt Oh I want to be alone Oh I want to be alone Yes I want to be alone with Mary Brown When I meet her in the dark Will I walk her through the park Yes, I’ll tell you she’s the nicest girl in town Is she a raving beauty, No, I wouldn’t call her that Has she a form like Venus, No, she’s just a trifle fat But she’s got a lot of dough And she’s single now, you know Why I want to be alone with Mary Brown (Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - August 2013)

    


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