Album The Singing Detective: Music From the BBC TV Serial. Blues in the Night Lyrics. My mama done tol' me When I was in pigtails My mama done tol' me, "Hon A man's gonna sweet talk And give you the big eye But when the sweet-talkin's done A man is a two-face A worrisome thing Who'll leave you to sing The blues in the night. Take my word The mockingbird 'll sing the saddest kind of song He knows things are wrong And he's right. From Natchez to Mobile From Memphis to St. Joe Wherever the four winds blow I've been in some big towns And heard me some talk But there is one thing I know A man is a two-face A worrisome thing Who'll leave you to sing The blues in the night. My mama was right The blues in the night.
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Anne Shelton OBE (born Patricia Jacqueline Sibley, 10 November 1923 – 31 July 1994) was a popular English vocalist, who is remembered for providing inspirational songs for soldiers both on radio broadcasts, and in person, at British military bases during the Second World War. Shelton was also the original British singer of the Lale Anderson German love-song "Lili Marlene".
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The Best Of - Anne Shelton. 13. Ev'ry Night About This Time. 14. I Never Mention Your Name, Oh No! 15. A Pair Of Silver Wings. 16. Coming In On A Wing And A Prayer. 17. Silver Wings In The Moonlight. 18. I'd Like To Set You To Music. 19. Concerto For Two. 20. Tenement Symphony. 21. Swingin' On A Star.
Anne Shelton nee Boleyn (28 November 1475 – 6 January 1555) was a member of the Boleyn family, which enjoyed considerable influence during the reign of King Henry VIII of England. She was the elder sister of Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, and an aunt of his daughter Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII. Lady Shelton had been entrusted with the care of Princess Mary and Princess Elizabeth, but perhaps fell out with Anne during Henry VIII's affair with Anne's first cousin and Lady Shelton's daughter, Mary Shelton
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