"My Blue Heaven" as written by and George Whiting Walter Donaldson....
Day is ending
Birds are wending
Back to the shelter of
Each little nest they love

Nightshades falling
Lovebirds calling
What makes the world go round?
Nothing but love

When Whip-poor-wills call
And ev'ning is nigh
I hurry to
My blue heaven

I turn to the right
A little white light
Will lead you to
My blue heaven

You'll see a smiling face,
A fireplace,
A cozy room
A little nest
That's nestled where
The roses bloom

Just Mollie and me
And baby makes three;
We're happy in
My blue heaven

doo doo doo doo doo
da da da da da

You'll see a smiling face
A fireplace,
A cozy room
A little nest that's nestled where the roses bloom

Just Mollie and me
And baby makes three;
We're happy in
My blue heaven

We're happy in my blue heaven



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    General CommentThe music was written by Walter Donaldson, the lyrics by George Whiting. The song was published in 1927 and became a huge hit for crooner Gene Austin, selling over twelve million copies. The song has since become a standard. Hit versions were also recorded by Jimmie Lunceford in 1935 and by Fats Domino in 1957, the latter reaching #17 on the Billboard magazine charts.
    sillybunnyon September 16, 2006   Link

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