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NOW THAT YOU'RE GONE NOW THAT YOU ARE GONE (Ted Fiorito / Gus Kahn) Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians (vocal: Carmen Lombardo) - 1931 Ruth Etting - 1931 Gene Austin - 1931 Bing Crosby (with Victor Young & His Orch.) - 1931 Jack Payne & His Orch. (vocal: Les Allen) - 1932 Al Bowlly (with the Durium Dance Band) - 1932 Billy Cotton & His Band (vocal: Cyril Grantham) Also recorded by: Charles Brown; Wild Bill Davison; Dave McKenna. No moon, no stars, no dawn Nothing to see, nothing to say Now that you're gone I just can't carry on Where will I go, where will I stay Now that you're gone I'm standing by the river, Where it flows down to the sea Old river seems to be Saying this to me No sun, no song, no dawn No one to love, no one to care Now that you're gone Transcribed from John Wright's 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - August 2013) ******************** Opening verse as recorded by RUTH ETTING and BING CROSBY: Man/Girl of mine you're gone from me Man/Girl of mine, no more I'll see you What's the good of day or night What's the good of wrong or right Man/Girl of mine, you left the darkness all around me Man/Girl of mine, you went and took away the light (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - August 2013)

    


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