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THE THREE OF US (Charles O’Flynn, Lee David, Pete Wendling) As recorded by: BBC Dance Orchestra, Dir. Henry Hall V. Phyllis Robins Recorded 13th November 1933 Three of us, there’s three of us We love each other more the more we see of us It’s marvellous, so glorious And we sure have a wonderful time Used to be just two of us But cupid isn’t stupid and he knew of us And right away, that lucky day All the world heard the wedding bells chime One year of sweet delight And my how the time can fly Then one night We heard a baby’s cry Now there’s three of us, there’s three of us I’m happy now to worry ‘bout the three of us If three’s a crowd, I’m mighty proud Of the happiest crowd in the world. (Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - October 2013)

    


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