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Published on May 25, 2011
Helen Forrest (April 12, 1917 -- July 11, 1999) was one of the most popular female jazz vocalists during America's Big Band era. She was born Helen Fogel to a Jewish family in Atlantic City, New Jersey on April 12, 1917. She first sang with her brother's band at the age of 10, and later began her career singing on CBS radio under the name Bonnie Blue. YOU'RE A SWEET LITTLE HEADACHE From the film "Paris Honeymoon" (1939) (Ralph Rainger / Leo Robin) You're a sweet little headache But you are lots of fun I've a good mind to spank you Then thank you for all you've done
You're a sweet little headache Full of quaint little schemes But when I should forget you I let you disturb my dreams
I thought I could hold my own with you But you've got me all perplexed For here am I alone with you What are you going to do next?
You're a sweet little headache If you keep on that way But a sweet little heartache You'll turn out to be some day