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Billie Holiday ft Sy Oliver & His Orchestra - Them There Eyes (Decca Records 1949)

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Published on Apr 16, 2012

"Them There Eyes" is a jazz song written by Maceo Pinkard, Doris Tauber, and William Tracey. It was published in 1930. One of the early recorded versions was done by Louis Armstrong in 1931. It was made famous by Billie Holiday who recorded her version in 1939 on Vocalion Records.

Billie's accompanied by Sy Oliver cond; Bernie Privin, Dick Vance, Tony Faso tp; Eddie Barefield cl & bar; Johnny Mince, George Dorsey as; Budd Johnson, Fred Williams ts; Henderson Chambers, Morty Bullman tb; Horace Henderson p; Everett Barksdale g; George Duvivier b; Cozy Cole ds. (Decca Records)

I fell in love with you the first time I looked into

Them there eyes

You have a certain little cute way of flirting with

Them there eyes

They make me feel so happy

They make me feel so blue

I'm falling

No stalling

In a great big way for you
My heart is jumpin
'
You started something with

Them there eyes

You better look out little brown eyes if you're wise

They sparkle

They bubble

They gonna get you in a whole lot of trouble

Ah, baby
Them there eyes

(bridge)

I fell in love with you the first time I looked into

You have a certain little cute way of flirting

They make me feel so happy

They make me feel so blue

Falling, no stalling

In a great big way for you
My heart is jumpin
'
You started something with

Them there eyes

You better look out little brown eyes if you're wise

Sparkle

Bubble

Get you in a whole lot of trouble

I'm looking for the boy with the wishful eye

I fell in love with

Them there eyes

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