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Where Can That Somebody Be?


Transcribed from vocals by Edna Hicks, 1/24;
From Edna Hicks, Hazel Meyers, Laura Smith: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, vol.2: 1923-1927; Document Records, DOCD-5432

Folks, take a look at me;
I'm in need of sympathy;
I've been treated wrong;
I sit and worry all night long.

Every girlfriend that I know,
Has some modern Romeo;
If I discover I have a lover,
I'll never let him go;
I ask you:

Where, where, tell me where
Can that somebody be?
Where, where, where is there
The kind of love for me?

The boys don't realize
That I'm a handsome prize;
If somebody wants to try,
I'm just born to satisfy!

Oh, oh, tell me so,
So I won't feel so blue,
Don't know, I don't know,
What to do, do, do, do, do!

I've got love that's guaranteed,
Built for comfort, that you'll see,
So, where, where, just tell me where
Where can that somebody be?

Lots of men call up to chat,
But I can't get fat on that;
So where, where, tell me where
Can that somebody be?

Published 8/28/99.

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