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LET’S SIT THIS ONE OUT (Jimmy McHugh / Dorothy Fields) Eve Becke & Harry Bentley w/ Charlie Kunz & His Orchestra Also recorded by: Les Paul & Mary Ford. EVE (Spoken) I rather like this tune, don’t you Harry? HARRY (Spoken) I don’t mind it a lot I say, Eve, your dancing is improving lately EVE (Spoken) Oh, do you really think so, Harry? HARRY (Spoken) Well, you’re dancing on your own feet now. EVE (Spoken) Thank you! What a lot of people here tonight HARRY (Spoken) Yes, there are, rather; I was just going to say EVE (Spoken) I hate crowds, don’t you? HARRY (Spoken) Mmm, I don’t like them a lot EVE (Spoken) Too many people in them, Hmm? HARRY (Spoken) Yes, quite (heh!) Do you think we ought to sit out? EVE (Spoken) I think I’d like to. There’re two chairs over there They look frightfully lonely. HARRY (Spoken) Shall we join them? EVE (Spoken) OK, I’d love to. HARRY (Spoken) Great. That’s better. Ooh. Rather hard, would you like a cushion? EVE (Spoken) No thank you, Harry HARRY (Spoken) Or perhaps put my arm in the way EVE (Spoken) I rather like it HARRY (Spoken) D’you know, I do too Hmm, just a little bit closer That’s better. HARRY (Sung) Let’s sit this one out, my sweet Get a breath of air, and rest your feet My old car has a big back seat So let’s sit this one out EVE (Sung) I’m so happy now we’ve met Can’t we have a cosy cigarette Our last dance got me all upset So let’s sit this one out HARRY (Sung) I know in the moonlight Our love cannot miss Give me a kiss One little kiss EVE (Sung) I’m in such a whirl, my dear Can’t we find a place with no one near HARRY (Sung) Where you’ll say what I long to hear Both (Sung) So let’s sit this one out. (Contributed by Bill Huntley - April 2009)

    





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