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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label& Additional Information
1041 Little Old Lady Ray Noble and His Orchestra Hoagy Carmichael / Stanley Adams w/m `36 New York December 7, 1936 AA-1401 Associated Transcription unissued London HMG 5019 (LP) Ray Noble (directing); Pee Wee Irwin, Sterling Bose (trumpets); Al Polascy, Roland Du Pont (trombones); Mike Doty, Johnny Mintz, Johnny Van Eps, Floyd Tuttle (saxophones, clarinets); Fritz Prospero, Dan D’Andrea, B Norris (violins); Howard Smith (piano); Ned Cosmo (guitar); Delmar Kaplan (bass); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals). Recorded December 7 1936. Radio Transcription

Little Old Lady
Little Old Lady
Little Old Lady

Little Old Lady

(Hoagy Carmichael / Stanley Adams)

Ray Noble and His Orchestra

Little old lady passing by
Catching everyone’s eye
You have such a charming manner
Sweet and shy

Little old bonnet set in place
And a Smile on your face
You’re a perfect picture in your
Lavender and lace

Little bit of business here
Little bit of business there
Bet that you’ve been window shopping
All around the square

Little old lady, time for tea
Here’s a kiss, two or three
You’re just like that little old lady
I hold dear to me