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Who Calls?

Photograph of Cab Calloway conducting.

    (Hill, Marks)

Transcribed from Cab Calloway and His Orchestra with vocals by Cab Calloway and the Palmer Brothers, recorded November 3, 1941.
From Cab Calloway and His Orchestra 1941-1942; The Chronological Classics 682.
 

Who calls,
When the western moon is pale,
Is there someone on the trail,
Who calls?

Who calls,
When the sage is silv'ry white,
Is there someone in the night,
Who calls?

Somewhere,
Somewhere across the Great Divide, ooooh,
Someone,
Someone who calls me to their side.

Who calls,
When a star falls from above,
Can it be the one I love,
Who calls?

Who calls.
When the sage is silv'ry white,
Is there someone in the night,
Who calls?

Somewhere,
Somewhere across the Great Divide,
Someone,
Someone who calls me to their side.

Who calls,
When a star falls from above,
Can it be the one I love . . .
Wouldn't you be happy?
Who calls?



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Published 12/28/01.


 
 

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