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WHEN THE ORGAN PLAYED "O PROMISE ME" (Al Sherman / Jack Meskill / Abner Silver) Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians - 1937 Emery Deutsch & His Orch. (vocal: Barry McKinley) - 1937 Bing Croasby (acc. by Eddie Dunstedter - organ) - 1937 Billy Cotton & His Band (vocal: Alan Breeze) - 1938 Al Bowlly (acc. by George Scott-Wood on Pipe-Organ) - 1938 Maurice Winnick & His Sweet Music (vocal: Al Bowlly) - 1938 Also recorded by: Arthur Tracy (The Street Singer); Reginald Dixon. As recorded by BILLY COTTON & HIS BAND, vocal by ALAN BREEZE, 10th June 1938: I can see you and I As we were in days gone by When the mighty organ played 'O Promise Me' I was yours, you were mine It was orange blossom time When the mighty organ played 'O Promise Me' The day I placed that ring upon your finger Will forever linger in my memory Though the years roll away You're as sweet as yesterday When the mighty organ played 'O Promise Me' When I hear an organ in the twilight glow It brings back sweet memories of the long ago I love you truly, truly dear Life with its sadness, life with its tears Fades into dreams when I hear The day I placed that ring upon your finger Will forever linger in my memory Though the years roll away You're as sweet as yesterday When the mighty organ played 'O Promise Me' (Transcribed from John Wright's 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - September 2013)

    


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