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My Melancholy Baby

Lyrics:George A. Norton
Music:Ernie Burnett

The song was publishe 1912.

William Frawley—who later played Fred Mertz on I Love Lucy—
claimed he was the first person to perform the song publicly,
in 1912, in the Mozart Cafe at 1647 Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado.
Frawley told this story during a May 3, 1965,
appearance on the TV game show I've Got a Secret.

Come sweetheart mine; don't sit and pine
Tell me of the cares that make you feel so blue
What have I done answer me, hon'
Have I ever said an unkind word to you
My love is true and just for you
I'd do almost anything at anytime
Dear, when you sigh or when you cry
Something seems to grip this very heart of mine

Come to me, my melancholy baby
Cuddle up and don't be blue . . .
All your fears are foolish fancies, maybe
You know, dear that I'm in love with you!

Every cloud must have a silver lining
Wait until the sun shines through
Smile, my honey dear, while I kiss away each tear
Or else I shall be melancholy too!

Bing Crosby(My Melancholy Baby) 
Bing Crosby

Della Reese(My Melancholy Baby) 
Della Reese

Ella Fitzgerald(My Melancholy Baby)
Ella Fitzgerald

Sue Raney(My Melancholy Baby)
Sue Raney

Barbra Streisand(My Melancholy Baby)
Barbra Streisand

Bing Crosby

Della Reese

Ella Fitzgerald & Teddy Wilson

Barbra Streisand

Frank Sinatra

Judy Garland

Mildred Bailey

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

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