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IN A LITTLE GYPSY TEA ROOM (Music: Joe Burke / Lyrics: Edgar Leslie) Bob Crosby & His Orch. - 1935 Jan Garber & His Orch. (vocal: Lee Bennett) - 1935 Louis Prima & His New Orleans Gang - 1935 Russ Morgan & His Orch. - 1935 Bob Howard & His Orch. - 1935 Johnny Johnson & His Orch. (vocal: Walter Botsford) - 1935 Arthur Tracy - 1935 Mrs. Jack Hylton & Her Band (vocal: Ennis Parkes) - 1935 Ambrose & His Orch. - 1935 Carroll Gibbons & The Savoy Hotel Orpheans - 1935 Primo Scala's Accordeon Band - 1935 Ray Noble & His Band (vocal: Al Bowlly) - 1935 (Radio Transcript) Ray Ventura & His Collegians - 1935 Also recorded by: Light Crust Doughboys (vocal: Curly Perin); Nat Brandwynne & His Orch.; Ken Griffin. I was seeking shelter from the weather It was on a rainy April day You remember how we got together In a shop across the way After being caught with no umbrella I stopped in to have a cup of tea Just for fun I called the fortune teller A lucky day for me It was in a little Gypsy tea room When I was feeling blue It was in a little Gypsy tea room I first laid eyes on you When the Gypsy came to read the tea leaves It made me feel quite gay When she said that someone in the tea room Would steal my heart away I really thought it inconceivable But just imagine my surprise You made the story quite believable Right there in front of my eyes With a smile that's sweeter than the roses You made a dream come true It was in a little Gypsy tea room I gave my heart to you (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2016)


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