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I get along without you very welljimmy dorseywords by jane brown thompson and music by hoagy carmichael.composed by carmichael several years after being given mrs. thompson'sunsigned poem by a student at indiana university. after an extensivesearch, the author was located but she died the night before the song wasintroduced by dick powell on a network radio program.sung by hoagy carmichael and jane russell in the 1952 film "the las vegasstory."i get along without you very well, of course i do;except when soft rains fall and drip from leaves,then i recall the thrill of being sheltered in your arms,of course i do. but i get along without you very well.i've forgotten you, just like i should,of course i have;except to hear your nameor someone's laugh that is the same.but i've forgotten you just like i should,what a guy!what a fool am i to think my breaking heartcould kid the moon.what's in store?should i 'phone once more?no it's best that i stick to my tune.i get along without you very well,of course i do;except perhaps in spring,but i should never think of springfor that would surely break my heart in two.from: "montcomags" <montcomags@mclinc.org>

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