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SUMMER SOUVENIRS Coots / Newman as recorded by Artie Shaw & his Orchestra (vocal - Helen Forrest) December 13th 1938 The Blue Room Hotel Lincoln New York Harvest moon above is shining bright, Memories of you haunt me tonight, While I'm looking through My precious Summer souvenirs. Trinkets that we won in boardwalk games, Tintypes that were done in painted frames, They all speak of you, My precious Summer souvenirs. I still have banners from the boat we boarded When we sailed across the bay; Songs your favourite band recorded I have hoarded away. Leaves are on the ground, there'll soon be frost, Someone else has found the love I lost, Still I'm clinging to My precious Summer souvenirs. Leaves are on the ground, there'll soon be frost, Someone else has found the love I lost, Still I'm clinging to My precious Summer souvenirs. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - January 2013)

    


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