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I’M SINGING TO A MILLION (Val Guest, Manning Sherwin) Bebe Daniels, with Orchestra Dir. By Jay Wilbur Recorded 24th November 1941 I’m singing to a million And when all is said and done Yes I’m singing to a million But meaning it just for one Not so very long ago They invented radio, But then, they were clever men Little did Marconi know How I’d use his radio And now, let me tell you how Any time that I feel all alone The radio becomes my telephone I’m singing to a million But meaning it just for one When all is said and done My heart’s with you And when I sing a love song My heart with the music blends I find my romance ends And starts with you Life seemed to be a discordant melody Till you came and, presto, it changed to a symphony A rhapsody Ten hundred thousand people Can witness what I’ve just done That I’m singing to a million But meaning it just for one. (Musical Break) Life seemed to be a discordant melody Till you came and, presto, it changed to a symphony A rhapsody Ten hundred thousand people Can witness what I’ve just done That I’m singing to a million But meaning it just for one. (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - August 2013)

    


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