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think of when I had none at all
And I fall asleep counting my blessings

I think about a nursery and I picture curly heads
And one by one I count them
Peaked at # 2 in 1940, with competing versions by Dinah Shore at # 17 and by Bobby Byrne
	at # 19
Later charted by Perry Como (duet with Eddie
think of when I had none at all
And I fall asleep counting my blessings

I think about a nursery and I picture curly heads
And one by one I count them
That's why I know, yes I know
Hallelujah, I just love her so

If I call her on the telephone
"Say, baby, Eddie's all alone"
By the time you count
That's why I know, yes I know
Hallelujah, I just love her so

If I call her on the telephone
"Say, baby, Eddie's all alone"
By the time you count
Brigitte Bardot, Eddie was in for a shocker
How was he supposed to know
About the secret life of Eddie's first wife?

Eddie came home one evening
She met him
versions charted by Gordon Jenkins (#30) and Eddie Fisher (# 17)


Unless you give me your sunny smile
Unless you make living worth the while
Unless you
I'm stuck in meantime
And I Love The Now 

CHORUS
I Love The Now
(All the faces and places)
I Love The Now 
(All the rats and the races)
It's
to
The greasers
The best they could do was
Pick up the pieces
We always knew they would both
Find a way to get by
That's all I heard about
Brenda and Eddie
Can't
always knew they would both
Find a way to get by
That's all I heard about
Brenda and Eddie
Can't tell you more than I
Told you already
And here we
always knew they would both
Find a way to get by
That's all I heard about
Brenda and Eddie
Can't tell you more than I
Told you already
And here we
always knew they would both
Find a way to get by
That's all I heard about
Brenda and Eddie
Can't tell you more than I
Told you already
And here we
daisies 
Who cares about them anyway 
Pickin' daisies 
They'll all be working for you someday 

Pickin' daisies 
They're just jealous of you 
Pickin'
room
Takes off all their clothes
Some people say he had it easy
But that is just the way it goes

Eddie's got twenty-seven kids but he 
Doesn't know
can't help it if I love her
She can't help loving me
But she was Eddie's girl and he's got a lot of friends
And all of them looking for me

Never ran
seems.

And all across America,
Waitresses and boys who play guitar,
They fall in love and fall out, the boys have something to sing about,
The girls
each day begins with a walk out some doorway
With some phone numbers you'll never call

As the evening drank on, we got more into basics
About loves
lookin' for true love
No, he didn't believe in that stuff
Eddie LeGrande was a hard workin' man
Who just needed a little good luck

His shoes were
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could
thrill

Then along came Eddie Jefferson
He sang the melody like Hawkins played it
He sang it true
He sang it blue
Made words for it too

All his
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could