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YOU'RE AN EDUCATION From the film "Gold Diggers In Paris" (1938) (Al Dubin / Harry Warren) Larry Clinton & His Orch. (vocal: Bea Wain) - 1938 Bob Crosby & His Orch. - 1938 Fred Rich & His Orch. (vocal: Three Symphonettes) - 1938 Joe Loss & His Orch. (vocal: Chick Henderson) - 1938 Jack Jackson & His Orch. - 1938 Michael Feinstein - 1988 Must I memorise a book To be considered wise When I can look into your eyes Literature is such a bore And mathematics too I'd much prefer to learn about you.... You're the only kind of knowledge They don't teach at any college You're an education in yourself There are poems and romances In the glamour of your glances You're an education in yourself Of all the famous dates in hist'ry I recall but a few The fourth of July And my dates with you You've a kiss that's scientific Tho' it's tender, it's terrific You're an education in yourself You're the kind of mental training I could take without complaining You're an education in yourself Intricate as economics Simple as the Sunday comics You're an education in yourself And there are geometric figures In your beautiful curves They're good on the eyes But bad on the nerves You are my encycloped'yuh Let me take you home and read yuh You're an education in yourself (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - November 2004) (Additional info by Mel Priddle - November 2004)


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