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JUKEBOX SATURDAY NIGHT (Albert Stillman / Paul McGrane) Glenn Miller Orch. - 1942 (vocals : Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton & The Modernaires) TEX: Moppin‘ up sodapop rickeys To our heart’s delight MODS: Dancin‘ to swingeroo quickies Jukebox Saturday night MARION: Goodman and Kyser and Miller Help to make things bright MODS: Mixin‘ hot licks with vanilla Jukebox saturday night MODS: They put nothin‘ past us MARION: Me and honey lamb TEX: Making one Coke last us MODS: Till it’s time to scram TEX: Money we really don’t need bad, MARION: We make out alright MODS: Lettin‘ the other guy feed that Jukebox Saturday night MODS: After sippin‘ a soda we got a scheme Somebody else plays the record machine It’s so easy to say pet names When you listen to the trumpet of Harry James... (-Instrumental interlude playing Ciribiribin á la Harry James-) MARION: We love to hear that tenor croon Whenever the Ink Spots sing a tune... ("The Ink Spots"): If I didn’t know why the roses grow Then I wouldn’t know why the roses grow... (Spoken) Now listen, honey child, If I didn’t know all them little things I’m supposed to know Then I sure would be a SAD man If I didn’t know... MODS: Money we really don’t need it, We’ll make out alright Lettin‘ the other guy feed that Jukebox Saturday night! (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - October 2004)

    


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