Testo Apple Tree And The Bumble Bee The 7 Mar 1913 – Irving Berlin

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Testo della canzone Apple Tree And The Bumble Bee The 7 Mar 1913 di Irving Berlin
Album: Miscellaneous
1st verse:] One night in June when the silv’ry moon
Shone down in all its glories
Said a bumble bee, to an apple tree
Let’s tell each other stories
‘Twill be like a show, telling what we know
Think of the fun we’re missin’
Said the apple tree, If it’s up to me,
Just open your ears and listen

[chorus:] A he and she were seated under me
Said the apple tree to the bumble bee
Soon they drew up closer
The rest I fear I’ll have to whisper in your ear
I saw them um, um, um, um, um, um, um
Beneath the silv’ry moon
That’s the tale the apple tree
Told the bumble bee
One night in June

[2nd verse:] Said the bumble bee to the apple tree
Gee, but your tale was dandy
I’ll remember you, if you tell it to
My little brother Andy
I would give a pile just to see him smile
You know he’s always gloomy
Said the apple tree Just leave it to me
Go on bring your brother to me

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