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the wine and give me song
By Strauss

By Jove, by Jing, by Strauss is the thing
So I say to ha-cha-cha, heraus!
Just give me your oom-pa-pah, by
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS (Instead of Sheep)
Eddie Fisher/Rosemary Clooney/Bing Crosby 
(Irving Berlin)
from the 1954 movie "White Christmas".

When
will reveal what I feel in my heart.
It won't have so much of Franz Schubert's touch.
And I can't begin like Irving Berlin.

My song, though a poet
Irving berlin

How can I tell you what is in my heart?
How can I measure each and every part?
How can I tell you how much I love you?
How can I
(irving berlin)


What'll I do when you
Are far away
And I'm so blue,
What'll I do?


What'll I do when I
Am wondering who
Is kissing you,
What'll I
Be Careful, It's My Heart
Bing Crosby
Words and music by Irving Berlin
-From the musical "Holiday Inn"
Sweetheart of mine, I've sent you
Be Careful, It's My Heart
Bing Crosby
Words and music by Irving Berlin
-From the musical "Holiday Inn"
Sweetheart of mine, I've sent you
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS (Instead of Sheep)
Eddie Fisher/Rosemary Clooney/Bing Crosby 
(Irving Berlin)
from the 1954 movie "White Christmas".

When
will reveal what I feel in my heart.
It won't have so much of Franz Schubert's touch.
And I can't begin like Irving Berlin.

My song, though a poet
Climb at night and see the lights
Take your aim and set your sights
Berlin

Give me the reason
There is no answer
You ask her why
She is a strange dancer
Always
The Ink Spots
Written by Irving Berlin

This version not released as a single
Five versions charted in 1926, two in 1944, and two more in
Words and music by R. Armand and K. Chater

Just another song about leaving
Another story 'bout the road
And if my going is grieving you
I never said
Always
The Ink Spots
Written by Irving Berlin

This version not released as a single
Five versions charted in 1926, two in 1944, and two more in
WHAT'LL I DO
Writer Irving Berlin

Gone is the romance That once was devine It's broken and cannot be mended You must go your way And I must go mine
my faith, because I know, 
That the time is now to fulfill each vow, 
For I may never pass this way again! 

Words and Music by Murray Wizel and Irving
Always
The Ink Spots
Written by Irving Berlin

This version not released as a single
Five versions charted in 1926, two in 1944, and two more in
your Brahms
Here in America you've got your Fred McDowell
Your Irving Berlin, your Glenn Miller and your Booker T & The M.G.'s

Ple, another example
you'll think it's a dream
To hear them riffing it, right on the beam
But when you hear trumpets give out a call, you'll know
The joint is really jumpin'
the innocent
And there it comes oh so wild
That's when you're longing
For a summer by the wall

Summer in Berlin
Summer in Berlin
It's alright (it's
the innocent
And there it comes oh so wild
That's when you're longing
For a summer by the wall

Summer in Berlin
Summer in Berlin
It's alright (it's
took it to # 27
In 1953 Ralph Marterie hit # 6 and The Esquire Boys managed # 27.
Words by Irving Mills and music by Duke Ellington and Juan Tizol
Mr. Irving Berlin
Often emphasizes sin
In a charming way.
Mr. Coward we know
Wrote a song or two to show
Sex was here to stay.
Richard Rodgers
Mr. Irving Berlin
Often emphasizes sin
In a charming way.
Mr. Coward we know
Wrote a song or two to show
Sex was here to stay.
Richard Rodgers
Mr. Irving Berlin
Often emphasizes sin
In a charming way.
Mr. Coward we know
Wrote a song or two to show
Sex was here to stay.
Richard Rodgers