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  1. 78_someday-sweetheart_count-basie-and-his-orch-helen-humes-ed-lewis-shad-collins-buck_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Kevin Gigler User_metadataentered Sean Clark User_transferred Sean Clark.
  2. Someday, Sweetheart, You may be sorry. For what you've done, To my poor heart. You may regret, The vows you've broken, The things you did, That made us drift apart. You're happy now, And can't see how, The weary blues, Will ever come to you. But as you sow, So shall you reap, dear, And what you reap will make you weep, Someday, Sweetheart! _____.
  3. [F Fm Ab Gm D G C Am E Gb Bb Dm] Chords for Loose Marbles "Someday Sweetheart" with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
  4. Someday Sweetheart BACK. In late Herman Fowler formed Fowler Studios in Los Angeles with the intent to produce a series of one reel variety shorts. Production began late in , or in early , with release of the shorts, (ultimately thirteen in all), beginning early in the year. Fowler employed West Coast talent, and few of the artists.
  5. Someday Sweetheart Lyrics: Someday, sweetheart / You may be sorry / For what you've done / To my poor heart; / And you may regret / Those vows that you've broken / And the things that you did to.
  6. Someday Sweetheart (Sophie Tucker's Sensational Hit!) Sheet music by Spikes & Spikes (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Sheet music Reviews: 1.
  7. Check out Someday Sweetheart by Mildred Bailey on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on goffslamapcumturicesfimerteamegutt.xyzinfo
  8. Print and download in PDF or MIDI SOMEDAY SWEETHEART. KING OLIVER And His Dixie Syncopators Chicago le 17 septembre
  9. Someday, sweetheart! Someday, sweetheart, Oh you're gonna be sorry, oh yes1 For what you done To my poor heart; And you may regret Those vows that you've broken, oh-oh-oh-oh! And the things that you did to me That made us drift apart. Oh, you're happy now, And you can't see how Those weary blues Ever gonna come to you; But as you sow-ho-ho, So.

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