I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
Al Bowlly (January 7, 1898 — April 17, 1941) singing ’I’m Getting Sentimental Over You’ (1933)
Won’t you please be kind and just make up your mind
That you’ll be sweet and gentle, be gentle with me
Because I’m sentimental over you
I'll Be Good Because Of You
You're My Thrill
I Want To Be Happy
Tea For Two (1950)
Doris Day — I Want To Be Happy (1950)
When skies are gray and you say you are blue
I’ll send the sun smiling through
April is Jazz Appreciation Month!
"I can only hope that one day America will recognize that our indigenous music — jazz — is the heart and soul of all popular music, and that we cannot afford to let its legacy slip into obscurity." — Quincy Jones
Jazz is the art of spontaneity, a genuine testament to the human spirit. It is a music built off of syncopation, improvisation, inspiration, and bended blue notes. It is inherently American, but performed and enjoyed worldwide.
The National Museum of American History has designated April to be Jazz Appreciation Month and encourages educators and students to take an active role in keeping this music and its rich history alive.
I Won't Cry Anymore
Eileen Wilson — I Won’t Cry Anymore (1951)
Though you are the one love
That my arms are longing for,
This is goodbye—
I won’t cry anymore
I'll Be Seeing You
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