Famous Creative Women Quotations from . . .

Ruth Etting
(1897-1978) born on
Nov 23
US singer. "She was one of the most popular radio stars of the 1920s-30s; songs include "Love Me or Leave Me," and "Ten Cents a Dance.""

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F
He just play chords
Like nobody can
They call him Sam
The old accordian man.

R
Nothing else to do
but sit around and think about you
just think about you/that's all that I do.
A
"Things might have been so different
Right form the very start,
But you only wanted kisses
lips without any heart."
N
Ten Cents A Dance
That's what they pay me
Gosh how they weigh me down.
K
"It pays to advertise
That's what they say,
and so I'll advertise my heart."

 



Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F:  "From the song "Sam the Old Accordian Man," from the album "More than You Know," Original Cast Record, 1996."
R: "From the song "Nothing Else to Do," from the album "Love Me or Leave Me," Pearl, 1996."
A: "From the song "Things might have been so different," from the album "More than You Know," Original Cast Record, 1996."
N: "From the song "Ten Cents A Dance," from the album "Ten Cents a Dance," Living Era, 1926."
K: "From the song "Lost," from the album "More than You Know," Original Cast Record, 1996."


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