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Moya Mack - Good For You - Bad For Me / Ten Cents A Dance FLAC album

Performer: Moya Mack
Genre: Pop music
Title: Good For You - Bad For Me / Ten Cents A Dance
Released: 1931
Style: Vocal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1828 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1382 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1356 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Ten cents a dance pansies and rough guys, tough guys who tear my gown! Seven to midnight I hear drums. Loudly the saxophone blows. Butchers and barbers and rats from the harbors are sweethearts my good luck has sent me. Though I've a chorus of elderly beaux, stockings are porous with holes at the toes. I'm here till closing time, Dance and be merry, it's only a dime. Sometime I think I've found my hero, But it's a queer romance. All that you need is a ticket. Come on, big boy, ten cents a dance. Writer(s): Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.

Original lyrics of Ten Cents A Dance song by Chris Connor. Explain your version of song meaning, find more of Chris Connor lyrics. Chris Connor – Ten Cents A Dance lyrics. I work at the Palace Ballroom, but, gee that Palace is cheap; When I get back to my chilly hall room I'm much too tired to sleep. I'm one of those lady teachers, a beautiful hostess, you know, the kind the Palace features for only a dime a throw.

Redirected from Ten Cents A Dance). Ten Cents a Dance" is a popular song in which a taxi dancer laments the hardships of her job. The music was written by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The song was published in 1930.

The song "Ten Cents a Dance" was introduced by Ruth Etting in this show. Love Me Or Leave Me" by Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson was interpolated into the show about two months after it opened. The musical numbers written for the show included: "Coney Island". Don't Tell Your Folks". I Still Believe in You"

Listen to Ten Cents A Dance from Richard Rodgers's The Rogers & Hart Songbook: We'll Have Manhattan for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Rogers & Hart Songbook: We'll Have Manhattan.

Title: Ten Cents a Dance.


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  • Written-By – DeSylva, Brown and Henderson


Moya Mack = June Purcell (same coupling as Brunswick 4827)

Both songs from "Flying High"