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(I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo

-Artist: Glenn Miller as sung on "Glenn Miller Pure Gold"
-Rca anl 1-0974
-peak Billboard position # 1 for 8 weeks in 1942
-Words by Mack Gordon and Music by Harry Warren

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H
I got a gal in Kalamazoo
Don't want to boast but I know she's the toast of Kalamazoo
(Zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo)

Years have gone by, my my how she grew
I liked her looks when I carried her books in Kalamazoo
(Zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo)

I'm gonna send away, hoppin? On a plane, leavin? Today
Am I dreamin? I can hear her screaminr (Zoo, zoo, zoo, Kalamazoo)
Brk (K)
Bra (A)
Br(Oh, oh, oh, oh what a gal, a real pipperoo)
Br(Were goin? To Michigan to see the sweetest gal in Kalamazoo)
Br(Zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo, zoo)
Brtranscribed by Robin Hood
Brthese lyrics were transcribed from the specific recording mentioned above
Brand do not necessarily correspond with lyrics from other recordings, sheet
Brmusic, songbooks or lyrics printed on album jackets.

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