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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label& Additional Information
570 Somebody Loves You Roy Fox ahb Peter De Rose Chas.Tobias `32 London April 13, 1932 GB-4255-2 Dec F-2922 M-1141 Roy Fox (Returns after illness. Director): Lew Stone (arranger, piano, celeste); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets, vocals); Joe Ferrie (trombone, violin, arranger); Ernest Ritte, Jim Easton (clarinet, alto sax,-baritone sax, vocals); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor sax, viola); Al Bowlly (guitar, vocals); Tiny Winters (string bass); Bill Harty (drums, vibraphone); Phil Cardew (arranger). London, April 13, 1932

Somebody Loves You
Somebody Loves You

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Somebody Loves You

(Peter De Rose / Chas.Tobias)

Roy Fox and his Band. Roy Fox returns after illness to direct band.

Somebody loves you I want you to know
Longs to be near you wherever you go
Somebody loves you and right from the start
Happiness flew into someones heart

Somebody loves you each hour of the day
When you're around dear or when you're away
Somebody loves you sweetheart can't you see
And that somebody is me