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Skies are Blue

    (Cahn, Chaplin)

Photo of Andy Kirk

Transcribed from Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy, vocal by Pha Terrell, recorded December 15, 1936.
From Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy, 1936-1937, Chronological Classics vol. 573.

Skies are blue, just we two,
Moon above,
Soft guitars tell the stars
We're in love.

Here was I with just a dream of you,
Suddenly the skies above turned blue,
Then, my dear, the first thing that I knew,
When I opened my eyes, to my surprise, dear:

You stood there, golden hair, what a thrill,
Life complete, I repeat, what a thrill,
Soon another dawn will say,
"Wake up, the sun is here!"
So cast your spell,
All is well, skies are blue!

Soon another dawn will say,
"Wake up, the sun is here!"
So cast your spell,
All is well, skies are blue!


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