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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label&cat.no. Additional Information
420 Sing Another Chorus, Please Roy Fox ahb Bill Grantham / Earl Burtnett w/m `31 London September 18, 1931 GB-3279-1-2 Dec F-2514 As above. AB with chorus; both takes exist and believed issued under the same catalogue number.
Sing Another Chorus, Please

Sing Another Chorus, Please

(Bill Grantham / Earl Burtnett)


Roy Fox and his Band

There are millions of love songs
That I don't like
To me they're practically zero
The girls true blue and she
Says, I do, do
Her great big solid hero

But when you sing that song to me
Even all that's right dear???
I love the words and the melody
The French don't mention magic???

When it says the troubadour loves me
I can only find the honey that's sweet???
This is just a silly old love song
Sing Another Chorus, Please

When it says the troubadour plays along
To kiss me under a tropical tree
This is just a silly old love song
Sing Another Chorus, Please

Although a long time guy, just wrote the words
To make money
I'm only thrilled when they are sung to me
By you honey

When you say the pieces are so long???
We're living like a couple of bees
This is just a silly old love song
Sing Another Chorus, Please