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ONE LITTLE WORD LED TO ANOTHER (w. Charles Newman, m. Isham Jones) As recorded by: Carroll Gibbons & The Savoy Hotel Orpheans V. Maurice Elwin Recorded 20th February 1933 Also recorded by: Charlie Palloy Charles French / Isham Jones We started walking out together We started talking ‘bout the weather One little word led to another I knew right away what I’d like to say to you And then we’d talk a little longer And all the while my love grew stronger One little word led to another The look in my eyes was putting you wise, I knew We kept saying the same thing over But every time it sounded new I kept thinking what you’d be thinking If I should steal a kiss or two And then we walked beneath the moonlight And while we talked beneath the moonlight One little word led to another And what did I do but say I’m in love with you. Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - February 2013)

    


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