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TWENTY MILLION PEOPLE Arthur James Johnston (m) Sam Coslow (l) 1933 as rec by Annette Hanshaw Jan 25th 1933 New York Why do I sing with feeling, A feeling I can't hide? It's time I was revealing What I've been keeping inside; Twenty million people are listening to my song, But I'm only singing to one! Twenty million people will know that I belong To no-one else under the sun! Every city street and country byeway Can hear my cheery hello, But they're not aware it's only my way Of letting him know That I need him so! Twenty million people will pass the word along And ask him to please listen in; Maybe he'll discover how lonely I've been! And even if he hasn't heard, Maybe he will take the word Of twenty million people who know I'm just singin' to one! Twenty million people will pass the word along And ask him to please listen in; Maybe he'll discover how lonely I've been! And even if he hasn't heard, Maybe he will take the word Of twenty million people who know I'm just singin' to one, Singin' my song to one! (Contributed by Peter Akers - February 2011)

    


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