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WHEN A WOMAN LOVES A MAN From the film "Be Yourself!" (1930) (Music: Ralph Rainger / Lyrics: Billy Rose) Fanny Brice (Film Soundtrack) - 1930 Annette Hanshaw - 1930 Roger Wolfe Kahn & His Orch. (vocal: Libby Holman) - 1930 As recorded by ANNETTE HANSHAW, 27th Januaary 1930: Mountains snap their fingers at time Since this old world began But they're molehills compared to the mountains she'll climb When a gal cares for a man Rivers have been flowing for years Part of the mighty plan But they're ripples compared to the river of tears When a gal weeps for a man Beggar or millionaire Crooked or on the square Mansion or furnished room, she doesn't care When a woman loves a man Sharing each pain and ill Both going through the mill Just being miserable gives her a thrill When a woman loves a man He may be conceited A weakling who cheated But still one woman in town Can't help but feel that someday he'll settle down Pile up your seven seas Mountains and rocks and trees 'Cause you're up against a thing stronger than these When a woman loves a man (Orchestral Interlude) Yes, he's be conceited He may have cheated But, oh, one woman in town Who can't help but feel that he's gonna settle down Oh, yes he will So, pile up your seven seas Mountains and rocks and trees 'Cause you're up against a thing stronger than these I'm a woman who loves her man Oh, yes I do (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - September 2013)

    


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