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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label& Additional Information
926 It's All Forgotten Now Ray Noble and His Orchestra Ray Noble w/m `34 London July 11, 1934 OB-7441-2 HMV B-6509, Victor 24724, Electrola EG-3109 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg and Bill Shakespeare (trumpets); Lew Davis and Tony Thorpe (trombones); Freddy Gardner and Bob Wise (clarinets, alto and baritone saxophones); Reg. Pink (clarinet and tenor saxophone); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor saxophone and viola); Eric Siday and probably Reginald Pursglove (violins); Harry Jacobson (piano); Ben Thomas (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, July 11, 1934.

It's All Forgotten Now

It's All Forgotten Now

(Ray Noble)

Ray Noble and His Orchestra

It's all forgotten now
The trouble and the pain
Forgotten every word I said
Forgotten every tear you shed
We're still in love

It's all forgiven now
We're back in Lovers Lane
And though we wandered from our way
The corner's turned and we can say
We're still in love

For you and I, and everybody
Must learn to give and take
We'll find like everybody
It's worth it for happiness sake

It's all forgotten now
We're happy once again
Our trouble gone beyond recall
And making up is best of all
We're still in love