Heptune presents:

Are You Making Any Money?

Transcribed from Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, with vocal by Ramona Davies, recorded 7/20/1933.
From Songs of the Depression, Mojo CD-MOJO-311.

You make time, and you make love dandy,
You make swell molasses candy,
But, honey, are you making any money,
That's all I want to know!

You make fun, and you couldn't make trouble,
You make mistakes, say, that goes double,
But, honey, are you making any money,
That's all I want to know!

You make dates and you make trains,
I can get that through my head.
It's a cinch, in a pinch, you could make breakfast,
Even make the bed.

You make good when you make a promise,
No, I'm not a Doubting Thomas,
But, honey, are you making any money,
That's all I want to know!

You make dates and you make trains,
I can get that through my head.
It's a cinch, in a pinch, you could make breakfast,
Even make the bed.

But, honey, are you making any money,
That's all I want to know!


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Published 3/31/00.


 


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