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THERE MUST BE A SILVER LINING Walter Donaldson (m) Dolly Morse (l) as recorded by Lee Morse & her Blue Grass Boys January 23rd 1928 New York also recorded by - Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians '28 Ben Selvin & his Orchestra (vocal - Lewis James) '28 Ray Starita & his Ambassadors '28 The Gaiety Dance Band '20's Belle Baker The more I roam about, The more I dream about a rainbow, Just hoping that a rainbow Might soon appear. I'd walk a million miles To find the kind o' smiles that I know Would bring a golden rainbow And skies so clear. Although I try I really get nowhere, Sometime I'm hoping that I'll get somewhere! There must be a silver lining That's shining for me. There must be a way of finding A message of sympathy. Just a little coo from the bluebird Would make a new bird right out of me! There must be a silver lining That's shining for me. There must be a silver lining That's always shining for me. There must be a way of always finding A message of sympathy. Just a little coo from the bluebird Would make a new bird right out of me, poor little me! There must be a silver lining That's always shining for me. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - February 2013)

    


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