Betty Hutton: Murder, He Says | Song-Factsheet

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Song «Murder, He Says» von Betty Hutton.

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Veröffentlichungsdaten: 1951 (Single)
Label: RCA Victor 20-4179
Songwriter Frank Loesser & Jimmy McHugh
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Genre: Traditionalpop - Vocalpop - Belting

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Die Erzählerin hat nach langem Suchen einen Partner gefunden, doch, oh Schreck!, er ist nicht gesellschaftsfähig, weil er Hipster -Talk spricht.

Personen und Querverweise


Betty Hutton
Frank Loesser
Jimmy McHugh

Lyrics

[Intro: Orchestra] [Introduction] Finally found a fella almost completely divine But his vocabulary is killin this romance of mine We get into an intimate... situation And then begins this Romeo's conversation [A] He says murder, he says, every time we kiss He says murder, he says, at a time like this He says murder, he says, is that the language of love? [A] He says, solid, he says, takes me in his arms And says, solid, he says,, eaning all my charms He says, solid, he says, is that the language of love? [B] He says, chick chick, you torture me Zoom, are we livin? I'm thinkin of leaving him flat He says, dig dig the jumps The old ticker is giving He can talk plainer than that [A] He says, murder, he says, every time we kiss He says, murder, he says, keep it up like this He says, murder, he says, in that impossible tone We'll bring on nobody's murder but his own [A] He says, Jackson, he says, and my name's Marie He says, Jackson, he says, shoot the snoot for me He says, Jackson, he says, is that the language of love? [A] He says, mmmhmm, when he likes my hat He says, tsk tsk, what the heck is that? He says, woo hoo! he says, is that the language of love? [B] He says hep hep with helium Now babe, we're cookin Another expression's too it He says, we're in the groove And the groove is good lookin Sounds like his uppers don't fit! [A] He says, murder, he says Every time we kiss He says, murder, he says [A] Keep it up like this In that, murder, he says In that impossible tone [Coda] I've told him over and over and over again That it'll be nobody else's murder But his own