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WHO WANTS TO FALL IN LOVE? Metcalfe / Howard as rec by Jeri Southern 1958 Listen children, listen do, Listen to what the cynics say to you, And you'll live to be single, live alone, Never know the merry jingle of the telephone; Hear them spread their gloom, Almost everywhere there's a love affair in bloom1 Who wants to fall in love? Who wants to be so silly? Who wants to travel the road to romance? It's much too rough and too hilly! Who wants to play the fool? Who wants to learn to stammer? Some people tell you that fallin' in love Is hittin' yourself on the head with the hammer! You cry, you over-drink, You sigh, you under-think! You go to pot! Wouldn't you rather be shot Than go to pot? Who wants to fall in love? Who wants to be so silly? Who wants to make such a fool of herself? Do I? Aye, ate, aye! You cry, you over-drink, You sigh, you under-think! You go to pot! Wouldn't you rather be shot Than go to pot? Who wants to fall in love? Who wants to be so silly? Who wants to make such a fool of herself? Do I? Aye, ate, aye! (Contributed by Peter Akers - November 2009)

    


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