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WE LOVE IT (Music: Harry Warren / Lyrics: Billy Rose & Mort Dixon) Annette Hanshaw & Her Sizzling Syncopeters - 1928 My dearest friend can't comprehend Why I'm just as happy as a lark Honey and I barely get by But I wouldn't swap with Henry Ford Oh, we ain't got dough and oh, oh, oh There ain't no paint on the bungalow What of it, we love it We wear old clothes, we wear old shoes We don't eat nothin' but Irish stew What of it, oh, we love it We don't need Persian rugs To put our tootsies on As long as there's a stove To warm our footsies on At nine p.m. we lock the door We got each other and nothin' more What of it, oh, we love it (Instrumental Break) We've got a dog, his name is Jim The other dogs all high-hat him What of it, oh boy, we love it We hang our wash upon a tree The neighbours give it the rosary What of it, but we love it We bought our chairs And tables at a fire sale They've been chipped off so much I think they're Chippendale We write our cheques in white and black And send them out, but they bounce right back What of it, boy, we love it That's all! (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - May 2018)


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