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ON THE AVENUE (Fred Freed (m) Harold Rome (l) ) as recorded by The Andrews Sisters with Carmen Cavallaro (piano) & Vic Schoen and his Orchestra May 29th 1947 New York On the avenue, When I walk with you, (whistling) I can hear a song As we stroll along. (whistling) If you smile at me It's a melody. (whistling) When you say you care, Music fills the air. (whistling) My heart is singing to you An operetta or two, A serenade As we parade. I'll bet the folks in the street, And all the friends that we meet, Can hear it play As clear as day! Though I try to stop, I'm a music shop (whistling) When I walk with you On the avenue. (whistling) On the avenue, When I walk with you, I can hear a song As we stroll along. If you smile at me It's a melody. When you say you care, Music fills the air. My heart is singing to you An operetta or two, A serenade As we parade. I'll bet the folks in the street, And all the friends that we meet, Can hear it play As clear as day! Though I try to stop, I'm a music shop (whistling) When I walk with you On the avenue. (whistling) (Transcribed by Peter Akers - September 2015)

    


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