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WHO AM I ((M) Gordon Clifford, (L) Alfred Newman) As recorded by: Studio Band Dir. Jay Wilbur V. Jack Plant (as Jack Gordon) Recorded January 1932 Also recorded by: Ted Wallace & His Campus Boys, (October 1st, 1931) I could fall for you madly Dear I need you so badly I’d give all I had gladly If you’d have me Who am I to ever expect you care Who am I to offer my little share You’re so sweet, it really would not be fair To hope you’d care for me Who am I, adoring you as I do You don’t know but nevertheless it’s true Still it’s nice pretending that I have you And that you care for me, dear You’re mine only in dreams There is no one but you I keep making my schemes Knowing they won’t come true There’s a moon so high in the sky above Night is here, you’re all that I’m thinking of Who am I to whisper a word of love And hope you’d care for me. (Musical Break) Who am I, adoring you as I do You don’t know but nevertheless it’s true Still it’s nice pretending that I have you And that you care for me, dear (Musical Break) There’s a moon so high in the sky above Night is here, you’re all that I’m thinking of Who am I to whisper a word of love And hope you’d care for me. (Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection by Bill Huntley - September 2013)

    


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