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LONELY FEET From the London Stage Production "Three Sisters" (1934) & the film "Sweet Adeline" (1934) (Music: Jerome Kern / Lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II) Adele Dixon (London Stage) - 1934 Irene Dunne (Film Soundtrack) - 1934 Anson Weeks & His Orch. - 1934 Henry King & His Orch. - 1934 Jack Jackson & His Orch. - 1934 Lew Stone & His Band (vocal: Al Bowlly) -1934 Harry Roy & His Band (vocal: Harry Roy) - 1934 Also recorded by: Blossom Dearie; Judy Kaye; Liza Minnelli. Lonely feet, while others are gliding by Here are my lonely feet waiting to dance Lonely arms, all eager to hold a waist Well-embraced, lonely arms wait for a dance If any girl would be willing to follow me Wouldn’t I lead her, wouldn’t I think her simply divine Oh, to meet the thrill of a joy that’s new Feeling two other feet stepping with mine. (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - December 2004) ******************** As performed by IRENE DUNNE & Chorus in the 1934 film "Sweet Adeline": Music is softly plying and girls in the arms of their boys Join in the dancing, I would be dancing if I were them Timidly, I am swaying, the music has started me dreaming Wistfully dreaming, wistfully wishing I would be there I know all the steps, but they're no use, I fear Without a partner near Lonely feet, while others are gliding by Here are my lonely feet waiting to dance Lonely waist, intended for arms to hold Lonely waist, unembraced, waits for a dance If I could find someone, some mother's awkward son Wouldn't we dance and wouldn't I think him simply divine Oh, to feel the thrill of a joy that's new Feeling two other feet stepping on mine (Lonely feet, while others are gliding by) (Here are my lonely feet waiting to dance) (Lonely waist, intended for arms to hold) (Lonely waist, unembraced, waits for a dance) If I could find someone, some mother's awkward son Wouldn't we dance and wouldn't I think him simply divine (Oh, to feel the thrill of a joy that's new) (Feeling two other feet stepping on mine) (Musical Interlude) Oh, to feel the thrill of a joy that's new Feeling two other feet stepping on mine (If I could find someone, some mother's awkward son) (Wouldn't we dance and wouldn't I think him simply divine) (Oh, dancing feet, the thrill of a joy that's new) (Feeling two other feet stepping on mine) (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2016)

    


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