Ziegfeld follies of 1920. All she'd say was "umh-hum"
Emery, Mac. “Ziegfeld follies of 1920. All she'd say was "umh-hum".” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 16 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/31328. Accessed 23 June 2021.
|Title||Ziegfeld follies of 1920. All she'd say was "umh-hum"|
|All she'd say was "umh-hum" / lyric & music by Mac Emery, King Zany, & Van & Schenck|
|Subject||Revues -- Excerpts|
|Van, Gus, 1887-1968 -- Portraits|
|Schenck, Joe, 1891-1930 -- Portraits|
|Description||Song from the Ziegfeld Follies, 14th ed|
|For voice and piano|
|Cover design by Barbelle|
|Cover photo of Van & Schenck|
|Back cover: Excerpt of "When the Harvest Moon is Shining" on copy 1 Excerpts from "That Old Irish Mother of Mine" and "Answer" on copy 2|
|Source||Sheet Music Collection; Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
|Publisher||New York : Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co.|
|Contributor||Van, Gus, 1887-1968|
|Schenck, Joe, 1891-1930|
|Barbelle, 1888-1957. Illustrator.|
|Alternative Title||First line of text: I never cared for birds or flowers or buzzing of the bees, until today|
|First line of chorous: Like a sweet cooin' dove, I'm just bubbling with love|
|Ziegfeld follies of 1920 (Revue)|
VERSE 01: I never cared for birds or flowers or buzzing of the bees, until today, until today/I never cared for movie stars or lovesick melodies until today, until today/I met someone who thrilled me thru and thru/I’ll confess/I met my Waterloo.
CHORUS 01: Like a sweet cooin’ dove/I’m just bubbling with love/Umh Hum/Umh Hum/For my sweet baby girl sets my brain in a whirl/Umh Hum/Umh Hum/Oh her beautiful eyes and her wonderful smile/Have me hypnotized oh she’s driving me wild/When I patted her hand why she thought it was grand/Umh Hum/Umh Hum/Then I started to sing ‘bout a cute wedding ring/Umh Hum/Umh Hum/I told her of my dream about a bungalow/I felt myself a slippin’, when she said let’s go/I just fainted away/When I heard her say/Umh Hum/Umh Hum
VERSE 02: I always loved my home and swore that I would never roam, until today, until today/And ev’ry night at eight o’clock my Mother tucked me in my cot to stay, until today/Mister Cupid’s dart pierced my lonely heart/Single life and I just had to part.
CHORUS 02: All out of breath/I’m just tickled to death/Umh Hum/Umh Hum/For today is the day that I took her away/Umh Hum/Umh Hum/As we walked down the aisle it was just like a dream/She was chuck full of smiles when I called her my queen/Oh the Parson was grand when he joined hand in hand/Umh Hum/Umh Hum/Ev’rything that he said she just nodded her head/Umh Hum/Umh Hum/We started on our honeymoon just side by side/I pressed her little hand and the I softly sighed/Are you sleepy my dear then she cuddle up near/Umh Hum/Umh Hum
|Original Format||1 score (5 pages) 32 cm|