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You Mean So Much to Me

    (Jackson)

Photograph of Lil Hardin Armstrong

Transcribed from Lil Hardin Armstrong and Her Swing Orchestra, recorded July 23, 1937.
From Lil Hardin Armstrong and Her Swing Orchestra, 1936-1940, Chronological Classics, vol. 564.

Now, honey, don't you leave;
Oh, how I would grieve,
'Cause you mean so much to me!
My poor heart would ache;
I know it would break;
Oh, how lonesome I would be!
Think of all the years we've been together,
Honey, can't you plainly see,
Here on bended knees,
I beg you please, don't leave,
'Cause you mean so much to me!

Just think of all the years we've been together,
Honey, can't you plainly see,
Here on bended knees,
I beg you please, don't leave,
'Cause you mean so much to me!



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Published 12/1/00.

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