George Formby Song-book: You're Everything To Me-1941
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You're Everything To Me-1941
  Regal Zonophone MR3512 MacDougal

I sometimes sit and wonder just why I am able, to get the lucky breaks I do.
I'm luckier than Roosevelt, or Nuffield or Gable, theyve never been in love with you
They may have lots of money and importance, I know I'd fail where they succeed,
But though my worldly goods are only - fourpence, what more do I need?
They can take away the chairs, the carpet from the stair and all that they can see.
It won't mean anything, so long as I've got you, you're everything to me.

They can take away the slates, the number from the gate and even take the key,
It won't mean anything so long as I've got you, you're everything to me.
I can do without cigars and Rolls Royce motor cars and walk the way I've done
And although the weather's damp I can do without my gamp
When you re everything rolled into one.

I can give up all I bought, without a single thought, it's not so hard you see.
It won't mean anything so long as I've got you, you're everything to me.
I can do without my fags or the bottom to my bags, I'd even go T.T.
I don't need anything so long as I've got you, you're everything to me.
I can get along with nowt - aye, and can even de without my Auntie Maggie's Remedy
I don't need anything so long as I've got you, you're everything to me.

I'd give up without a shock, my stick of Blackpool Rock
Although it gives me lots of fun.
I can do without my pipe or my weekly plate of tripe
For you're everything rolled into one.
I can do without my boots or without my swimming suit,
I'd undress in the sea, brrrrr
I don't need anything so long as I've got you, you're everything to me.
You see - you're everything to me.

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