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MARCHÉTA (A LOVE SONG OF OLD MEXICO) (Victor Schertzinger (m) & (l) May 13 1919) Victor Marchese* (early 1940s) (Jeff Alexander Orchestra) *Marchese was a tenor and arguably one of the best vocalists of the 20th century. This song was included in the 1945 war film ‘They Were Expendable’ with Robert Montgomery and John Wayne Also sung by: Mario Lanza Richard Tauber Lillian Rosedale Goodman Vivian Holt Elsie Baker Olive Kline John McCormack Karl Denver Perry Como Bing Crosby Gene Autry And many more… Marchéta, Marchéta, I still hear you calling me back To your arms once again. I still feel the spell, Of your last kiss upon me Since then life has all been in vain. All has been sadness Without you Marchéta Each day finds me lonely and blue. My poor heart is broken I want you, Marchéta I need you, Marchéta I do. (bridge) All has been sadness, Without you, Marchéta Each day finds me lonely and blue. My poor heart is broken I want you, Marchéta I need you, Marchéta I do. *Many sites show "Marchéta" without the accent Marchéta appears in the Library of Congress with the original disc picture spelled WITH the accent (Transcribed by David Story - September 2013)

    


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