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Poor Butterfly Written-By – Golden, Hubbell. Jilted Written-By – Manning, Colby. Accompanied By – Andy Wiswell Orchestra (tracks: B).
Poor Butterfly" is a popular song. It was inspired by Giacomo Puccini's opera Madame Butterfly and contains a brief musical quote from the Act two duet Tutti i fior in the verse. The music was written by Raymond Hubbell, the lyrics by John L. Golden. The song was published in 1916. It was introduced in the Broadway show The Big Show, which opened in August 1916 at the New York Hippodrome, and was sung in the show by Sophie Bernard. The song has become a pop standard, recorded by many artists.
Poor Butterfly 'neath the blossoms waiting; Poor Butterfly, for she loved him so The moments pass into hours, the hours pass into years And as she smiles through her tears, she murmers low "The moon and I know that he'll be faithful; I'm sure he'll come back, by and by But if he don't come back, then I never. sigh or cry I just must di. Poor Butterfly. Poor Butterfly" Track Info.
Jimmy Cobb Poor Butterfly Cannonball Adderley Quintet in Chicago The Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francisco Jazz. Booker Ervin from the album The Book Cooks (Bethlehem 1961). 6) "Poor Butterfly" (John Golden, Raymond Hubbell) - 3:46. Booker Ervin Poor Butterfly Bethlehem Records Zoot Sims Tommy Turrentine. Al Hirt released a version on his 1962 album, Trumpet and Strings and was also featured on his greatest hits album, The Best of Al Hirt. 2) "Poor Butterfly" (Raymond Hubbell, John Golden)
Dog & Butterfly became Heart's fourth million-selling album and placed two songs of opposing styles in the Top 40. Like their Magazine album, Dog & Butterfly peaked at number 17 on the charts, but the material from it is much stronger from every standpoint, with Anne and Nancy Wilson involving themselves to a greater extent. The light, afternoon feel of the title track peaked at number 34, while the more resounding punch of "Straight On" went all the way to number 15 as the album's first single
Poor Butterfly 'neath the blossoms waiting Poor Butterfly, for she loved him so The moments pass into hours The hours pass into years And as she smiles through her tears She murmurs low The moon and I Know that he'll be faithful I'm sure he'll come to me by and by But if he won't come back Then. I'll never sigh or cry I just must die Poor Butterfly. Teile diesen Songtext. Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.
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|A||–The Promenaders||Poor Butterfly
Written-By – Golden*, Hubbell*
Written-By – Manning*, Colby*
- Accompanied By – Andy Wiswell Orchestra (tracks: B)
NotesMfrd. By Prom Records Co. Newark, N.J. Usa
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