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JUST A MEMORY from "Manhattan Mary" 1927 musical New York Ray Henderson (m) Lew Brown (l) Buddy De Sylva (l) 1927 as recorded by Jessie Matthews with Leslie Hutchinson (piano) October 1927 London also recorded by - Paul Whiteman & his Orchestra '27 The Rene Dumont Jazz Band '27 Judy Garland with Gordon Jenkins & his Orchestra '57 Gogi Grant Andy Russell & his Orchestra You are gone, and all is gone, and through each weary day Only tender memories remain. Memories are sunbeams through a sky of cloudy grey, Memories are roses in the rain! Days I knew with you are just memory, Just a memory, that is all that's left to me! Happiness, I guess, is just a memory, Just a memory from a love that used to be. Will we share the night, the moon, the stars above again? Will I live to hope, to sing, to smile, to laugh again, love again? In my dreams, it seems your face is near to me, And it's dear to me, oh it's just a memory! Will we share the night, the moon, the stars above again? Will I live to hope, to sing, to smile, to laugh again, love again? In my dreams, it seems your face is near to me, And it's dear to me, oh it's just a memory! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - March 2013)

    


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