"Hummin' to Myself" as written by and Monty/magidson Siegel....
I should sing of sweethearts,
Bluebirds and blue skies above,
But how can I sing of sweethearts,
I've got no-one to love!

I've got the words, I've got the tune,
I've even been rehearsin' under the moon!
But I got nobody to hear my song,
I'm hummin' to myself!

I got the place, I got the time,
I've got a lot of words that rhyme,
But I got nobody to hear my song,
So I'm hummin' to myself!

(humming)
I guess it just had to be!
(humming)
Won't someone listen to me?

I've got the words, I've got the tune,
I'd like to croon it under the moon!
But I got nobody to hear my song,
So I'm hummin' to myself!

I've got the words, I've got the tune,
I've been rehearsin' under the moon!
But I got nobody to hear my song,
So I'm hummin' to myself!

I got the place, I've got the time,
I've got a lot of love words that rhyme,
But I got nobody to hear my song,
So I'm hummin' to myself!

(humming)
I guess it just had to be!
(humming)
Listen and learn, won't someone listen to me?

I've got the words, I've got the tune,
I'd like to croon it under the moon!
But I got nobody to hear my song,
So I'm hummin' to myself!

(hummimg)
Humming to myself!


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"Hummin' to Myself" as written by Monty Siegel Herbert Magidson

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