George Formby Song-book: It Could Be-1946
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It Could Be-1946
  Columbia FB3262 Cunningham

Love's a most peculiar thing for an ordinary fellow like it me,
It can me you feel sad, make you feel glad,
There's nothing an impossibility

Now, you've heard of the prince of sweet Cinderella,
She was his girlfriend and he was her fella'
They looked on the moon when the old moon was yella',
Could be you, could be me, could be we, it could be.

Browning made love to Elizabeth Barrett,
There's love in a mansion yes and there's love in a garret
You tie the thing up with the old eighteen caret,
Could be you, could be me, could be we, it could be.

Ill never believe you're as good as you look
There's seldom a rose without thorns
You're all that I need you can learn how to cook
So let's take the bull by the horns

Darby and Joan had no troubles whatever
They knew all the tricks about living together,
So happy, contented for ever and ever,
Could be you, could be me, could be we, it could be

Calmly the bride down the aisle is seen treading,
The bridegroom is nervous and seceretly dreading
The music that Mendelssohn wrote for a wedding,
Could be you, could be me, could be we it could be.

Words of encouragement from the old pater
Who wants to be sure that not very later
There'll be a demand for a smart perambulator,
Could be you, could be me, could be we it could be.

I'll never rush back from work at the end of the day
Contented to be where you are,
I'll never go out when you ask me to stay
I won't join the boys in the bar.

Now let's be as one let's enjoy every minute,
Happiness awaits round the corner let's win it,
So lets not waste time let's begin to begin it
Could be you, could be me, could be we it could be.
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