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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label&cat.no. Additional Information
458 This Is The Missus Roy Fox ahb Ray Henderson Lew Brown `31 London November 5, 1931 GB-3538-3 Dec F-2682 Lew Stone assumes leadership in the absence of Roy Fox, due to illness: Sid Buckman and Nat Gonella (trumpets); Joe Ferrie (trombone); Ernest Ritte and Jim Easton (clarinet, alto sax, baritone sax); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor sax, viola); Lew Stone (piano, celeste); Al Shaw or Bill Herbert (guitar); Don Stuteley (bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). With chorus by Sid Buckman and Joe Ferrie.

This Is The Missus

This Is The Missus

(Ray Henderson / Lew Brown)


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.


This is the Missus, just look her over
This is the Missus, she's mine

I'll get those kisses, now I'm in clover
I've caught some fish on my line

I own those lips, yes sir
I own those eyes, yes sir
And a whole lot more
She was worthwhile waiting for

This is the Missus, just look her over
This is the Missus, she's mine