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MATINEE Carl Sigman (m) S K "Bob" Russell (l) 1947 as rec by Buddy Clark w Mitchell Ayres & his Orch Dec 24th 1947 New York also rec by Vaughn Monroe & his Orch '37 Matinee, seats for two, I was there, where were you? Matinee, curtain call, And a hush through the hall. I had hoped you'd arrive As the stage came alive With a show about a boy Who loved a girl as I love you! When they kissed it tore my heart out, Once our love was like this; And I acted every part out As I thought of your kiss! Matinee, seats for two, I was there but where were you? Then, like us, they had a quarrel And she left him alone, But their story has a moral That we both should have known; Love that's true never did run wmooth! Matinee, true to life, With the joy and the strife! They were sad as could be; That was you, that was me! But they kissed at the finale, And my heart melted away! Matinee, seats for two, I was there, where were you today? Matinee, true to life, With the joy and the strife! They were sad as could be; That was you, that was me! But they kissed at the finale, And my heart melted away! Matinee, seats for two, I was there, where were you today? (Contributed by Peter Akers - January 2010)

    


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