After You
Gay Divorce, (1932)
After You
1932
English
Cole Porter
Cole Porter
Gay Divorce
stage
1932
VERSE
Though with joy I should be reeling
That at last you came my way,
There's no further use concealing
That I'm feeling far from gay,
For the rare allure about you
Makes me all the plainer see
How inane, how vain,
How empty life without you would be.
REFRAIN 1
After you, who
Could supply my sky of blue?
After you, who
Could I love?
After you, why
Should I take the time to try,
For who else could qualify
After you, who?
Hold my hand and swear
You'll never cease to care,
For without you there what could I do?
I could search years
But who else could change my tears
Into laughter after you?
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RecordedPerformersLabelCat.#Matrix
Jesse CrawfordBluebirdB7107
Stan Kenton & His OrchestraCapitol3611280
Stan Kenton And His OrchestraCapitol16611280
The Anita Kerr SingersDecca2899685503
12/07/1932Eddy Duchin & His OrchestraBrunswick644512693A
01/05/1933Don Bestor & His OrchestraVictor2422574769
06/23/1937Jimmy Dorsey's OrchestraDecca1378DLA822
07/20/1937Tommy Dorsey & His Clambake 7Victor2564711352
09/03/1937Sammy Kaye OrchestraMelotone7-12-0821614
09/03/1937Sammy Kaye OrchestraVocalion374621614
05/29/1947Mills BrothersDecca24180-B73929
YearTitleMediumTypeUsage
1932Gay Divorcestagestage originalintroduced
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