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8 thoughts on “ How About You? - Judy Garland - How About You? / Blues In The Night (Shellac)

  1. It was first recorded and released as a single by Ella Fitzgerald in and was performed by Judy Garland in blackface in the musical picture Babes on Broadway. The song satirizes the then contemporaneous practice of African American parents who named their children after Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States.
  2. Embraceable You: Swanee: Buds Won't Bud: I'm Nobody's Baby: Can This Be The End Of The Rainbow: The Wearing Of The Green: A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow: The Birthday Of A King: The Star Of The East: How About You? FDR Jones: Blues In The Night: Last Call For Love: On The.
  3. Judy Garland - How about you? lyrics. How about you? by Judy Garland. When a girl meets boy,life can be a joy, But the note the end on will depend on, Little pleasures they will share, So let us compare. I like New York in June, ‹ Zing! went the strings of my heart Blues in the night.
  4. Blues In The Night - Judy Garland, a song by Johnny Mercer on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.
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  6. How About You? Lyrics: When a girl meets boy,life can be a joy / But the note the end on will depend on / Little pleasures they will share / So let us compare / I like New York in June / How about you.
  7. Among them are I got rhythm, Embraceable you, I wish I were in love again, Swanee, Meet me in St Louis, I'm just wild about Harry, That old black magic, Fascinating rhythm, Blues in the night, Alexander's ragtime band, Easter parade, Zing went the strings of my heart, But not for me, When you wore a tulip, The boy next door and You'll never /5(7).
  8. Lyrics to "Blues In The Night" by JUDY GARLAND: My mama done tol' me, when I was in pigtails / My mama done tol' me, " Hon, a man's gonna sweet talk" / And give ya the big eye, but when the sweet talkin's done / A man is a two-face, A worrisome thing who'll leave ya to sing the blues in the night / .

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