Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell Bye Bye Baby [From Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953] cover

Bye Bye Baby [From Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953]
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Bye Bye Baby [From Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953] Lyrics

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Verse 1
I'll be in my room alone
Ev'ry Post Meridian
And I'll be with my diary
And that book by Mister Gideon
Bye bye baby,
Remember you're my baby
When they give you the eye
Although I know that you care,
Won't you write and declare
That though on the loose,
You are still on the square,
I'll be gloomy
But send the rainbow to me
Then my shadows will fly,
Though you'll be gone for a while
I know that I'll be smiling With my baby bye and bye
Bye, bye baby,
Remember you're my baby
When they give you the eye,
And just to show that I care,
I will write and declare
That I'm on the loose,
But I'll stay on the square,
I'll be lonely
But even though I'm lonely
There'll be no other guy,
Though I'll be gone for a while
I know that I'll be smiling
With my baby bye and bye
With my baby, bye and bye

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