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I WAKE UP IN THE MORNING FEELING FINE from 1949 film "Red Hot & Blue" sung by Betty Hutton (Frank Loesser 1949) Betty Hutton with Joe Lilley & his Orchestra recorded May 1949 Hollywood (scat) I get to bed about half past three, And that's not supposed to be so good for me, Still I wake up in the mornin' feelin' fine. I never bother with a coffee blend, The blend all the famous doctors recommend, Still I wake up in the mornin' feelin' fine. It must be 'cause you kiss me goodnight every night, Next day I rise king-size with my eyes ashine, Healthier than Hercules! I haven't got one o' those blankets with the wires inside, I like my potatoes and I like 'em fried, Still I wake up in the mornin' feelin' fine, doodle-oo-doo, Feelin' fine, doodle-oo-doo-doo, since you're mine! I get to bed way past three, Now that's not supposed to be so very good for me, But I wake up feelin' fine. I never dream a big long list Of nightmares to tell to my psychiatrist, Still I wake up in the mornin' feelin' fine. Baby, it must be 'cause you kiss me goodnight every night, Next day I rise king-size with my eyes ashine, Superior to Superman! I never rub goose grease on my skin, I open up the window and let the smog roll in, Still I wake up in the mornin' feelin' fine, Feelin' fine, baby, since I know that you are mine! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - November 2016)

    


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