In Love in Vain [Centennial Summer, 1946]

Dick Hyman, Sandy Stewart  Buy


Year:
1995
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It's only human for anyone to want to be in love
But who wants to be in love in vain
At night you hang around the hall
And eat your heart out
And cry your eyes out
And rack your brains

You sit and wonder why anyone as wonderful as she
Should cause you such misery and pain
I thought that I would be in Heaven
But I'm only up a tree
Cause it's just my luck to be in love in vain.

You sit and wonder why anyone as wonderful as he
Should cause you such misery and pain

I thought that I would be in Heaven
But I'm only up a tree
Cause it's just my luck to be in love in vain.

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Written by: JEROME KERN, LEO ROBIN

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