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WHERE WERE YOU? Feather as rec by Nat "King" Cole w Pete Rugolo & his Orch 1952 You said you'd always love me, Told me that you'd be true; But when my money was spent And I owed for the rent, Where were you? I used to feed you lamb chops, Lived up on Park Avenue; But when we ran out of cash And we had to eat hash, Where were you? Whenever dark clouds gather And nothing's goin' right, That's when I find You're never out of my mind; You're always out of sight! We had a rich friend to dinner, He was good lookin' too! But when he went back to town And I looked all around, Where were you? Whenever I feel real lonesome, I miss your tender lips! I look all around, But where you ought to be found, I find a total eclipse! We walked up the aisle to the alter, But somehow you missed your cue; 'Cause when the preacher said, "Pal, Do you take this gal?", Where were you? In Indiana? Or Alabama? Carolina? Or maybe China? Baby, where were you? (Contributed by Peter Akers - August 2010)

    


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