I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight Karaoke - 1920s Standards

This title is a cover of I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight as made famous by 1920s Standards

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In the same key as the original: F

Release date: 1925
Genres: Oldies & Retro, In English
Songwriter: Gus Kahn
Composer: Walter Donaldson

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Lyrics I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight

I burned up every letter and thought that
I'd feel better
I put away her picture too
Sent back each little present and though it wasn't pleasant
It seemed the wisest thing to do
I've done everything
I could and yet it isn't very easy to forget
I wonder where my baby is tonight
I wonder how my baby is tonight
I wonder where she's gone and how she's getting on
I wonder why my baby doesn't write
If she came back
I wonder what I'd do
I wonder did she find somebody new
She didn't treat me fair and though I shouldn't care
I wonder where my baby is tonight
I know she said "forget me" and so I wish she'd let me
Why does she haunt me night and day
Each day I make my mind up but in the end I wind up
Just wondering why she went away
How I've tried to love somebody new
But each one's just someone to say this to
I wonder does my baby do the Charleston
I wonder who is teaching her the Charleston
While I sit and sigh the time goes draggin' by
I'd like to kill the guy who wrote the Charleston
We parted 'cos I couldn't do the Charleston
She'd still be here if
I could do the Charleston
I'm taking lessons now
I'll win her back somehow
I wonder where my baby is tonight

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