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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label&cat.no. Additional Information
209 I'm Telling The World She's Mine NMDO Peter Maurice w/m `30 London November 20, 1930 Bb-21005-2 HMV B-5940, Victor 24752 Victor as Ray Noble & His Orchestra. Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare and probably Norman Payne (trumpets); Tony Thorpe (trombone); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Harry Hines (clarinet and alto saxophone); George Smith (tenor saxophone); Eric Siday, Reg. Pursglove and Jean Pougnet (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). The celeste may be played by Ray Noble. Small Queen’s Hall, London, November 20, 1930
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I'm Telling The World She's Mine

(Peter Maurice) 1930


New Mayfair Dance Orchestra / Victor as Ray Noble & His Orchestra.

How she laughs and how she sighs
How she pouts and grows her eyes
Till they seem to reach the skies
I'm tellin' the world she's mine

How she plays and how she sings
How she stays and how she clings
And all those other things
Why I'm tellin' the world she's mine

'Cause she's got the cutest little dimple
She's wise but she always seems so simple
How she pets and ain't it nice
When she forgets momma's advice

How she loves me, ain't it fine
When she kisses, just divine
All the birdies sing in rhyme
Why I'm tellin' the world she's mine