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ROBINS AND ROSES (Edgar Leslie / Joe Burke) Bing Crosby - 1936 Orville Knapp & His Orchestra - 1936 Tommy Dorsey & His Orch. (vocal: Edythe Wright) - 1936 Stuff Smith & His Onyx Club Boys - 1936 George Hall & Taft Hotel Orch. (vocal Dolly Dawn) - 1936 Lee Wiley - 1936 Carroll Gibbons & The Savoy Orpheans (vocal: Anne Lenner) - 1936 Sidney Lipton & His Orch. - 1936 Jim Davidson & His Orch. - 1936 Ted Weems & His Orch. - 1938 June Christy - 1949 Don Bagley Band - 1957 Pat Boone - 1958 Jeri Southern - 1958 Rebecca Kilgore - 1999 Also recorded by: Red Nichols; Charlie Kunz; Fred Waring. As recorded by BING CROSBY with Victor Young's Orch., 29th March 1936: I simply can't resist becomin' an optimist And if you please your love is causing me To sing you a rhapsody in many keys I've got your future arranged for Under conditions like these Robins and roses, and maybe a tree A few morning glories, a cottage two storeys high Robins and roses, and your love for me To live on forever, my love never to die A place where neighbours may drop in And smile when they see An armchair to flop in We can add to their glee servin' afternoon tea Mid robins and roses, and then life will be A poem by Kipling, while troubles go rippling by (Instrumental Break) A place where neighbours are gonna drop in And they'll smile when they see An armchair to flop in We can add to their glee servin' afternoon tea Mid robins and those roses, and then life will be A poem by Kipling, while troubles go rippling by (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - December 2004) (Updated by Mel Priddle - January 2016)

    


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