There’s Something In The Air

Words and Music by McHugh-Harold, 1936

Hm-there’s something in the air
That warns me to beware tonight
There’s something in the air
Hm-There’s music in the breeze
I never saw the stars so bright
There’s something in the air
Tho I find there’s danger in your eyes,
The thrill is new
I’ve been blind, but now I realize
What love can do
Hm-I feel it ev’rywhere
So whisper you’ll be mine tonight
There’s something in the air

Recorded by Ruth Etting on December 12, 1936 in New York City for Decca Records. Originally issued on Decca 61479 A.

Ruth Etting - Glorifier of American Song

Ruth Etting - Glorifier of American SongAvailable On:
Glorifier of American Song - Ruth Etting
Take Two Records
Released: May 7, 1998

More Than You Know

More Than You KnowAvailable On:
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Encore Productions
Recorded: 1929-1937
Released: August 21, 1996

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