|#||Title||Principal Artiste||Composers||Lyricist / Date written||Place||Date recorded||Matrix||Label&cat.no.||Additional Information|
|1067||Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen||Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music||Sholem Secunda / Jacob Jacobs||(English lyrics by Sammy Cahn / Saul Chaplin) w/m `37||London||December 29, 1937||DTB-3472-1||Dec F-6591||MAURICE WINNICK AND HIS SWEET MUSIC: Maurice Winnick (director); Alfie Noakes, Alf Bowes (trumpet); Abe Walters (trombone, piano); Lew Davis (trombone); Manny Marron (alto sax, baritone sax); Harry Hayes (alto sax); Percy Winnick (clarinet, tenor sax, oboe); Ronny 0'Dell (piano); Gary Moore (guitar, electric guitar); Ernie Stevens (string bass); Ted McVey (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals). London, December 29, 1937. Bowlly returns to London after his operation.|
(Sholem Secunda / Jacob Jacobs / English lyrics by Sammy Cahn / Saul Chaplin)
Maurice Winnick and his Sweet Music
Bowlly returns to London after his operation.
Of all the girls I've known and I've known some
Until I first met you I was lonesome
And when you came in sight, dear, my heart grew light
And this old world seemed new to me
You're really swell, I have to admit you
Deserve expressions that really fit you
And so I've racked my brain hoping to explain
All the things that you do to me
Bei mir bist du schön, please let me explain
'Bei mir bist du schön' means that you're grand
Bei mir bist du schön, again I'll explain
It means you're the fairest in the land
I could say 'bella, bella' even 'sehr wünderbar'
Each language only helps me tell you, how grand you are
I've tried to explain, 'bei mir bist du schön'
So kiss me and say you understand