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SMOKE RINGS H Eugene Gifford (m) Ned Washington (l) 1932 The Mills Brothers rec Jan 25th 1933 Los Angeles also- Glen Gray & his Casa Loma Orch '32 The Quintet Of The Hot Club Of France '35 Henry Mancini & his Orch Billy May & his Orch Glenn Miller & his Orch Les Paul & Mary Ford Where do they go, Those smoke rings I blow each night? Oh, what do they do, Those circles of blue and white? Why do they seem to picture a dream of love, And why do they fade, that phantom parade of love? Puff, puff, puff, puff your cares away. Puff, puff, puff, night and day. Blow, blow them in the air, Silky little rings; Blow, blow them everywhere, Give your troubles wings! Oh little smoke rings I love, Please take me above, Take me with you! note - In these politically correct times and with our current knowledge of the effects of smoking, it seems unlikely that this song will ever be revived; the last verse seems strangely prophetic! (Contributed by Peter Akers - January 2009)

    


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