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YOU FORGOT YOUR GLOVES >From the Broadway Revue "The Third Little Show" (1931) (Edward Eliscu / Ned Lehac) Constance Carpenter & Carl Randall (Broadway Production) - 1931 Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians (vocal: Clare Hanlon) - 1931 You forgot your gloves When you kissed me and said, "Good-night" So I've brought them, you see But don't thank me It's quite all right You forgot your gloves And I hope you appreciate I'm not honest at all It's just a stall For one more date What a souvenir to steal from you And conceal from you, but then There's a chance if you receive them, Dear That you'll leave them, Dear, again Now forget your heart If you're really the kind who loves Then you'll part with it, too The way that you forgot your gloves (Contributed by - March 2007)

    


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