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Somebody Loves Me

Lyrics:BG De Sylva ,Ballard MacDonald
Music:George Gershwin ,Emilia Renaud

The song was publishe 1924.

George White’s Scandals of 1924 opened at New York’s Apollo Theater
on June 30, 1924, and closed on December 13 after 196 performances.
It was the fourth and last Scandals for which Gershwin wrote the music
and the second for lyricist B. G. “Buddy” DeSylva.

Winnie Lightner (1899-1971) was known as Broadway’s
“Song a Minute Girl” because she could sing a song in less than 60 seconds.
She went on to work in motion pictures,
first in Brooklyn with Vitaphone Studios
(which produced short subjects on a number of early jazz groups)
and then in Hollywood.
Her film career took off in the late-1920s,
but by the mid-1930s it petered out and she retired from show business.

“Somebody Loves Me” was a popular hit in the first few years after
its appearance on Broadway, and then it was mainly performed
by jazz artists who found it an appealing vehicle.
In the late 1940s crossover artists Nat “King” Cole and Peggy Lee
did popular versions, but in 1952 the Canadian vocal group
the Four Lads recorded a version that hit the charts.
A reorganized version of the group continues to perform today.

Somebody loves me, I wonder who
I wonder who he can be
Somebody loves me, I wish I knew
Who can he be worries me

For every boy who passes me, I shout "Hey, maybe"
You were meant to be my loving baby, baby, oh
Somebody loves me, I wonder who
Maybe it's you

For every boy who passes me, I shout "Hey, maybe"
You were meant to be my loving baby, baby

Somebody loves me, I wonder who
Maybe, it's
Baby, it's
Maybe, baby, that somebody is you

Nat “King” Cole(Somebody Loves Me)
Nat “King” Cole

Peggy Lee(Somebody Loves Me)
Peggy Lee

Dinah Washington(Somebody Loves Me)
Dinah Washington

Doris Day(Somebody Loves Me)
Doris Day

Bing Crosby(Somebody Loves Me)
Bing Crosby

Nat "King" Cole

Peggy Lee & Benny Goodman

Doris Day

Bing Crosby

Dinah Shore (vo)
Andre Previn Orchestra

Dean Martin & Carol Lawrence

Kiri Te Kanawa

"When you hear music, after it's over, it's gone in the air.
You can never capture it again. "

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