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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label& Additional Information
880 In A Shelter From A Shower Lew Stone and His Band Ernest Breuer `33 Geo.Whiting / Ray Leveen `34 London March 16, 1934 TB-1133-2 Dec F-3942 Lew Stone & His Band at the Monseigneur Restaurant: Lew Stone (director, arranger); Nat Gonella (trumpet, mellophone, vocals); Alfie Noakes (trumpet, mellophone); Lew Davis (trombone); Joe Ferrie (trombone, vocals); Joe Crossman (clarinet, alto sax, vocals); Ernest Ritte (alto sax, baritone sax); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor sax, violin, ocarina); Monia Liter (piano); Harry Sherman (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass, vocals); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals). London, March 16, 1934. .

In A Shelter From A Shower

In A Shelter From A Shower

(Ernest Breuer / Geo.Whiting / Ray Leveen)

Lew Stone & His Band

She was dressed in simple taste
Curly head and dimple faced
And she had no time to waste
In a shelter from a shower

He was in a hurry too
Kind of worried what to do
It's a tale that isn't new
In a shelter from a shower

The little raindrops in the sky
Knew that the girl was very shy
And that the boy was afraid and meek
The raindrops pitter-pattered by
And said the streets will soon be dry
The little girlie is yours, just speak

What he whispered you can guess
And she shyly answered, "Yes"
So they found their happiness
In a shelter from a shower