Testo If I Had You 1 May 1914 – Irving Berlin

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Testo della canzone If I Had You 1 May 1914 di Irving Berlin
Album: Miscellaneous
1st verse:]
I never envied the rich millionaires
I never wanted to have what was theirs
I never bother about their affairs
As the others do
All that I want is a chance to be glad
I’ve grown so tired of being so sad
There’s only one thing I wish that I had
That’s you, just you

If I had you
To just be around when I’m blue
A Four by Two would be like a mansion on Fifth Avenue
I wouldn’t change places with Carnegie!
And that goes for Rock’feller too!
They could keep all their troubles and Automobubbles
If I had you

[2nd verse:]
I never envied those rich millionaires
Who sit around in their silk-covered chairs
Any old sofa with someone who cares
It would more than do
Just you and me and I’d want nothing more
Maybe a baby to play on the floor
I’d have a whole lot to be thankful for
If I had you

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