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MOTHER, I STILL HAVE YOU From the film "The Jazz Singer" (1927) (Louis Silvers / Grant Clarke) Al Jolson (Film Soundtrack) - 1927 Also recorded by: The Silver-Masked Tenor; Henry Burr. Mother, I'm sorry I've wandered away Breaking your heart as I did Now that I've grown up, I've come back to say Things that I felt as a kid, Dear Mother of mine, when friends all doubt me I still have you, somehow you're just the the same Mother divine, with your arms about me I know I'm not to blame Gee, ain't it funny, when skies are sunny That's when my pals all want me When things go wrong and they don't want me Mother, I still have you Mother of mine, when friends all doubt me I still have you, somehow you're just the same Mother divine, with your arms about me I know I'm not to blame Gee, ain't it funny, when skies are sunny That's when my pals all want me And when things go wrong and they don't want me Mother, I still have you (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2006) TRIVIA: This was the very first song written specifically for a film, Warner Bros "The Jazz Singer" in 1927.

    


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