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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label&cat.no. Additional Information
791 Couple Of Fools In Love, A Ray Noble and His Orchestra Martin Broones Valentine / John w/m `33 London June 20, 1933 OB-6597-2 HMV B-6366 As above


A Couple Of Fools In Love

A Couple Of Fools In Love

(Valentine / John / Martin Broones)

Ray Noble and His Orchestra


Walking down the houses, looking in the windows
Lots of lovely times we've always had
Nothing much maybe, just me and my baby
A couple of fools in love

Looking at the rich folks in their limousines oh
Wondering why their always bored and sad
Maybe they see us, wish they could be us
A couple of fools in love

In the park, after dark there's a policeman
Winks with knowing eyes
'Cos we do like to do what we do do, wouldn't you too. Oh my

Kissing in the back street
Dodging all the lamp posts
Ordinary people think we're mad
They don't understand, that life is just grand
To a couple of fools in love