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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label& Additional Information
691 Here Lies Love Ray Noble and His Orchestra Ralph Rainger Leo Robin `32 London December 8, 1932 OB-4356-2 HMV B-6283 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg, Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Tony Thorpe and probably Lew Davis (trombone); Ernie Ritte (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Reg. Pink and Harry Caner (clarinet and tenor saxophone); 2 violins; Harry Berly (viola); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Jimmy Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (tymps); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, December 8, 1932.

Here Lies Love

Here Lies Love

(Ralph Rainger / Leo Robin)

Ray Noble and His Orchestra

The end has come
My heart is numb
'Twas like a bolt from the blue above
I can't believe it but you are gone, darling
And here lies love

The sky is dark
I hear a lark
He sounds as sad as a mournful dove
The dew appears like the tears of dawn, darling
For here lies love

All my dreams lost beyond recall
Dreams of Spring blasted in the Fall
You gave lips, and you gave arms,
I gave all!

I ought to cry
My eyes are dry
There's only one thing I'm conscious of
I only know that I can't go on, darling
Here lies love