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I'M AN UNEMPLOYED SWEETHEART (Lyrics: Edgar Leslie & Ned Washington / Music; James V. Monaco) Lee Morse & Her Bluegrass Boys - 1931 Ted Wallace & His Campus Boys (vocal: Elmer Feldkamp) - 1931 Gracie Fields - 1931 Ambrose & His Orch. (vocal: Ella Logan0 - 1931 Harry Bidgood's Manhattan Melodymakers (vocal: Bob & Alf Pearson) - 1931 I'm so full of ambition, but I never seem to find Work that really appeals to me Could I find a position like the one I have in mind Oh, I'd be happy as I could be I want a job in the moonlight Under the stars above For I'm an unemployed sweetheart Lookin' for somebody to love I'll guarantee I can spoon right Just like a turtle dove For I'm an unemployed sweetheart Lookin' for somebody to love I've got kisses, I've got arms, still I'm always blue 'Cause my kisses and my arms have no work to do If I got a chance in the moonlight I wouldn't need a shove For I'm an unemployed sweetheart Lookin' for somebody to love (Instrumental Break) Oh, I want a job in the moonlight Under the stars up above For I'm an unemployed sweetheart Lookin' for somebody to love I'll guarantee I can spoon right Just like a turtle dove For I'm an unemployed sweetheart Lookin' for somebody to love I've got kisses, I've got arms, still I'm always blue 'Cause my kisses and my arms have no work to do If I got a chance in the moonlight Oh, I wouldn't need a shove For I'm an unemployed sweetheart Lookin' for somebody to love (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - September 2014)

    


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