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PLAY, ORCHESTRA PLAY (Noel Coward) As recorded by: Carroll Gibbons & The Savoy Hotel Orpheans V. Robert Ashley Recorded 9th January 1936 Also recorded by: Noel Coward / Gertrude Lawrence Roy Fox, Patricia Hodge / Lewis Flander John Bunch Keith Ingham / Barbara Lea Play, orchestra play Play something light and sweet and gay For we must have music, we must have music To drive our tears away While our illusions swiftly fade for us Let’s have an orchestra start In the confusion the years have made for us They’re made for us just once more Life needn’t be grey Although it’s changing day by day Though few old dreams may decay Play, orchestra play. (Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - August 2013)

    


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