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NICKEL SERENADE, THE (Remark / Stanton / Sharbutt) as recorded by The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen & his Orchestra July 30th 1941 New York Once a soldier met a maid After he was on parade, They met in the rabble of, Smoke in the babble of The nickel serenade. On that loan the record played All the nickels that he paid, And love kept a rendezvous There as they listened to The nickel serenade. They danced and sang their cares away Till the break of dawn. He told her he would always stay, But he soon was gone! Now he's back in his brigade, So the lonely little maid Is left all alone and blue, Cries while she listens to The nickel serenade. Serenade for a nickel, Serenade me till the break of dawn, All night long, (scat) All night long. Once a soldier met a maid Right after he was on parade, They met in the rabble of, Smoke in the babble of The nickel serenade. On that loan the record played And for the nickels that he paid. Then love kept a rendezvous There as they listened to The nickel serenade. Now he's back in his brigade, So the lonely little maid Is left all alone and blue, Cries while she listens to The nickel serenade. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - January 2016)

    


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