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JUST A LITTLE LOVE, A LITTLE KISS (Leo Silesu (m) / Adrian Ross (Eng. l) 1912) Jeannette MacDonald (very early 1940s) Also sung by: John McCormack Jan Peerce And others... When the phantom night of summer covers Field and city with a veil of blue All the lanes are full of straying lovers Murmuring the words I say to you. Just a little love, a little kiss Just another tour of a world of bliss Eyes that tremble like the stars above me And the little word that says, you love me. Just a little love, a little kiss I would give you all my life for this As I hold you fast, and bend above you And I hear you whispering, I love you. (bridge) As I hold you fast, and bend above you And I hear you whispering, I love you. NOTES: Above lyrics from a Nelson Eddy radio performance hosted by Jeanette MacDonald Jeanette MacDonald was an influential soprano best known for her musical films with Maurice Chevalier and Nelson Eddy of the 1930s and 1940s. Also from the film ‘Smilin’ Through’ 1941 Director: Frank Borzage Leads: Jeanette MacDonald / Brian Aherne / Gene Raymond Note: this story was an extremely popular one with the public. The original play opened December 30 1919. The 1922 version was a silent film February 13 1922. The 1932 version starred Norma Shearer September 24 1932. (Transcribed by David Story - October 2013)

    


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