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NOBODY'S HEART from 1942 New York musical "By Jupiter" (Richard Rodgers (m) Lorenz Hart (l) 1942) as recorded by Billy Eckstine 1958 also recorded by - Julie London '58 Peggy Lee with George Shearing (piano) and others '59 (released '63) Nobody's heart belongs to me, Hi-ho, who cares! Nobody writes his songs to me, No-one belongs to me, That's the least of my cares! I may be sad at times And disinclined to play, But it's not bad at times To go your own sweet way! Nobody's arms belong to me, No arms feel strong to me. I admire the moon as a moon, just a moon, Nobody's heart belongs to me today! I may be sad at times And disinclined to play, But it's not bad at times To go your own sweet way! Nobody's arms belong to me, No arms feel strong to me. I admire the moon as a moon, just a moon, Nobody's heart belongs to me today! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - March 2014)

    


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