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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label&cat.no. Additional Information
491 There's Something In Your Eyes Roy Fox ahb Franz Grothe `31 C.Lombardo / Reg.Connelly London January 7, 1932 .GB-3762-4 Dec F-2760  
There's Something In Your Eyes

There's Something In Your Eyes

(Franz Grothe / C.Lombardo / Reg.Connelly)


Roy Fox and his Band

Roy Fox fell ill with pleurisy and his doctors sent him to Switzerland to recover; leaving Lew Stone in charge. Roy Fox was absent from November 1931 to April 1932.


There's Something In Your Eyes I See
They seem to sympathize with me
It's easy to reveal the love I feel
When I'm with you

There's music in your voice, I hear
It makes my heart rejoice my dear
A tender little strain that's in my brain
The whole day through

You are so sweet, eachtime we meet
I sing your praises dear
My words are plain, I seek in vain
For love in phrases dear

There's Something In Your Eyes I See
A glimpse of paradise for me
I'm longing for the day, I hear you say
You love me too