Marilyn Monroe sings it in the film, "Gentlemen Prefer Blonds."
The boy who might be kissed is named Tommy Noonan. Oh, how much I'm longing that I were Tommy. Jane Russell sings the song before Marilyn in the film. This one is from the soundtrack from the movie by Jane Russell.
Bye bye baby, remember you're my baby When they give you the eye. Although I know that you care, won't you write and declare That though on the loose, you are still on the square.
I'll be gloomy, but send that rainbow to me, Then my shadows will fly Though you'll be gone for a while, I know that I'll be smiling with my baby, by and by. (Bye, bye baby, so long!) Bye bye baby (just you remember that you're my baby when.) When they give you the eye. (And although we know that you care, you just write and declare) That though on the loose, you are still on the square. I'll be gloomy (gloomy), but send that rainbow to me. (Then the shadows will fly) Though you'll be gone for a while, I know that I'll be smiling With my baby by and by (bye, bye baby)
I'll be in my room alone Evry Post Meridian And I'll be with my diary And that book by Mister Gideon
Bye, Bye Baby, Remember youre my baby When they give you the eye, And just to show that I care, I will wirte and declare That I'm on the loose, But I'll stay on the square,
I'll be lonely But even though Im lonely There'll be no other guy, Though I'll be gone for a while I know that I'll be smiling With my baby bye and bye With my baby, bye and bye.