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A LITTLE LOVE SONG (Leo Cochran, Horatio Nicholls) As recorded by: The Blue Jays, Dir. Harry Hudson V. Les Allen & Al Bowlly Recorded 30th December 1930 A little sentimental tune A melody I love to croon I’m happy when I’m singing A little love song to you As twilight falls and lights are low ‘Tis then my heart is all aglow I hear the breezes singing A little love song to you It hasn’t got a stirring strain Nor classic words by a poet of fame But every note that plays a part To show the passion that’s in my heart Just like the stars up in the sky That melody will never die Now all the world is singing A little love song to you. (Musical Break) It hasn’t got a stirring strain Nor classic words by a poet of fame But every note that plays a part To show the passion that’s in my heart. (Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - November 2013)

    


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