|Performed By:||Ella Fitzgerald|
Track Title: Love Is Sweeping The Country Album Title: George and Ira Gershwin Songbook, disc 12 Prime Artist: Ella Fitzgerald Arranger: Nelson Riddle Lyrics by: Ira Gershwin (b. Israel Gershvin) Music by: George Gershwin (b. Jacob Gershvin) Producer: Norman Granz Orchestra: Nelson Riddle From the Show: Of Thee I Sing 1931 (S) Lyrics: Why are people gay All the night and day Feeling as they never felt before What is the thing That makes them sing? Rich man, poor man, thief Doctor, lawyer, chief Feel a feeling that they can't ignore It plays a part in every heart And every heart is shouting, "Encore" Love is sweeping the country, Waves are hugging the shore, All the sexes From Maine to Texas Have never known such love before! See them billing and cooing Like the birdies above Each girl and boy alike Sharing joy alike Feels that passion' ll Soon be national! Love is sweeping the country There never was so much love (bridge) See them billing and cooing Like the birdies above Each girl and boy alike Sharing joy alike Feels that passion' ll Soon be national! Love is sweeping the country There never was so much love trancribed by Todd Peach (email@example.com)
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