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04/19/2018 00:03:00

WISHING YOU A VERY PEACEFUL NIGHT, MY FRIEND XOXO'S 



04/18/2018 16:03:50

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Sweetie!


You never know, who will be the one...


It could be James Melton, the singer, OR it could be you! It's all good!


MUAH!


Love always, Annette, "That's All!"



4-30-1929 - Harmony Records 910-H


Annette Hanshaw - My Sin 1929



       

       
       
       
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04/18/2018 10:02:32

Move on. It is just a chapter in the past, 


but don't close the book- just turn the page.


~ Unknown ~










04/18/2018 09:24:03


04/17/2018 15:20:36

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Sweetie!


Will you join me?


I'll be waiting here, just for you!


Just the two of us!


I'd like that!


MUAH!


Love always, Annette, "That's All!"



8-10-1928 - Harmony Records 713-H
The music was written by Larry Shay, the lyrics by Charles Tobias and William Jerome. The song was published in 1928.
"Get Out and Get Under the Moon," was used in commercials for the American Apollo Program in 1968.


Annette Hanshaw - Get Out And Get Under The Moon 1928



       

       
       
       



1928

What do you do in the evening,
When you don't know what to do?
Read a book, play a game,
Every night it's just the same!

What do you say if I tell you
How to keep from feeling blue,
My advice is good to take,
And it's easier to do.

When you're all alone, any old night,
And you're feeling out of tune,
Pick up your hat, close up your flat,
Get out and get under the moon!

Underneath the bright, silvery light,
You'll be feeling better soon,
Pick up your hat, close up your flat,
Get out and get under the moon!

Ooh-ooh! Look at those stars above!
Look, look, look at those sweeties love,
Oh, boy, give me a night in June!

I mean that, all you gotta do, any old night,
When you're feeling out of tune,
Pick up your hat, close up your flat,
Get out and get under the moon!

When you're all alone, any old night,
And you're feeling out of tune,
Just pick up your hat, close up your flat,
Get out under the moon!

Underneath the bright, silvery light,
You'll be feeling better soon,
So pick up your hat, close up your flat,
Get out under the moon!

Take your girl for an auto ride,
Make your girl cuddle by your side,
On a beautiful night in June!
--will make her love you!

You can park your car wherever you are,
And if she won't kiss you soon,
Just tell her this: "I'm sorry, miss!"
Get out and get under the moon! "That's All!"



04/17/2018 14:17:30

Not 'Bonjour' but 'Bonsoir' from France my Chéri(e) Friend... 













































04/17/2018 08:36:47

May This Day Bring You Lots of Cool Moments my Dear Friend !!




































04/16/2018 16:30:00

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Sweetie!


Clear skies are on the horizon... We must be patient...


Take my hand and we shall find the rainbow, together...


MUAH!


Love always, Annette, "That's All!"



Annette Hanshaw sings "If You Want the Rainbow (You Must Have the Rain)
recorded in New York City on October 19, 1928. Released on Columbia
Records' labels Diva 2766G and Harmony 966H.
For a beautiful version of this song brilliantly set to a cartoon movie
by Nina Paley, See Sita Sings The Blues-If You Want the RainbowYou Must Have The Rain.


Annette Hanshaw ~ If You Want the Rainbow ~ 1929



       

       
       
       


Animated film by Nina Paley. Pure Genius.
Amazing how Annete Hanshaw's songs show that the story of the Ramayana
transcends time, place and culture. Nina Paley's 2009 feature film Sita
Sings the Blues combines the ancient Indian epic Ramayan. All songs in
the film are by Annette Hanshaw!


Final
Song and Scene From the Animated film - Sita Sings the Blues - "If You
Want the Rainbow You Must Have the Rain" by Annette Hanshaw


       
                       




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