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Music Of Yesterday And Today Styled The Blue Barron Way - I Didn't Know What Time It Was / I Like To Recognize The Tune album mp3

  • Performer: Music Of Yesterday And Today Styled The Blue Barron Way
  • Genre: Jazz / Stage music
  • Title: I Didn't Know What Time It Was / I Like To Recognize The Tune
  • Released: 1939
  • Style: Big Band
  • MP3 version size: 1949 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1991 mb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Yesterday and Today Lyrics.

4 - Tom: I want (catch) the 7 . Ann: But that means (get) up at 6:00; and you're not very good at (get) up early, are you? 5 - He accepted the cut in salary without complaint because he was afraid (complain). He was afraid of (lose) his job. 6 - She remembers part of her childhood quite clearly. She remembers (go) to school for the first time and (be) frightened and (put) her finger in her mouth

I didn't know what day it was, You held my hand. Warm like the month of May it was, And I'll say it was grand. Grand to be alive, to be young, To be mad, to be yours alone! Grand to see your face, feel your touch, Hear your voice say I'm all your own. I didn't know what year it was, Life was no prize. I wanted love and here it was Shining out of your eyes. I'm wise, And I know what time it is Yes, I'm wise and I know what time it is now.

Yesterday Jennifer wanted to know. 6) Nancy: „Why didn’t Nick go to New York last summer? Yesterday Nancy wanted to know. 7) Barbara: „Must I do my homework this afternoon? Yesterday Barbara asked me. 8) Linda: „Did Max fly to London two weeks ago? Yesterday Linda wanted to know. 9) Grandmother: „Where are my glasses? Yesterday Grandmother asked me.

I was on a bus on my way home (at 5 o’clock last Monday). 3. I was cleaning my room (at 1. 5 yesterday morning). 4. I was sleeping at home (at . 0this morning). 5. I was having my dinner (at . 5 yesterday evening). 6. I started to learning Unit 6 of this book (half an hour ago). Ex. 2. 1. Matt phoned while we were having dinner. The doorbell rang while I was playing the computer game. The car began to make a strange noise when we were going throw the strange fog. Jessica fell asleep while she was watching boring movie.

5 No one told me about the change of plan, (know). 6 My friend was the winner of the competition, (won). 7 Is it a fact that the Romans built this wall? (did). Write the missing words. Use one word only in each space. It was a fine day . when I started out on the last part of my walk around the coast of Britain , and a light wind (2. .blowing from the south-. I was pleased that it (3. aining.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A I Didn't Know What Time It Was
Vocals [Vocal Refrain] – Russ Carlyle
B I Like To Recognize The Tune
Vocals [Vocal Refrain] – Charlie Fischer*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.

Credits

  • Written-By – Lorenz Hart - Richard Rodgers*

Notes

From the George Abbott musical production "Too Many Girls"