Heptune presents:

In My Little Hope Chest

(W.F. Harling - S. Coslow; from Honey)

Transcribed from The Clevelanders; vocals by "Rodman Lewis"; recorded 5/16/1929.
From: Can't Help Lovin' That Man; Art Deco Columbia Legacy CK 52855.

In my little hope chest,
I'm hopin' I'll open someday,
I've the sweetest little bridal gown all tucked away,
Feathered slippers and the daintiest of lingerie.

I'll just keep on planning,
And waiting until Cupid knocks,
Then the dream that can pop up like a jack-in-the box,
From my little hope chest of dreams!



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Published 3/23/99.


 

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