It's Funny to Everyone But Me

by Harry James

Henry Haag “Harry” James (March 15, 1916 – July 5, 1983) was an actor and musician best known as a trumpeter who led a swing band during the Big Band Swing Era of the 1930s and 1940s. He was especially known among musicians for his astonishing technical proficiency as well as his superior tone.




It's funny how you loved me, then forgot so suddenly,
It's funny to everyone but me.
(It's the talk of the town)
They told me this would happen, now they're laughing secretly,
It's funny to everyone but me.
(gosh, he's crying again)
I should shrug my shoulders and say, good riddance to a bad affair,
But how can I do, but my head tells me to,
When my heart tells me how much I care?
It's so funny I still love you, it's the joke of the century,
It's funny to everyone but me.
(I got the right to think of you)
It's so funny I still love you, it's the joke of the century,
Ah but it's funny to everyone but me.

Written by: DAVE FRANKLIN, ISHAM JONES

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