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8 thoughts on “ Button Up Your Overcoat - Lionel Newman And His Orchestra - Roaring Twenties In Hi-fi (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Button up your overcoat, when the wind is free Take good care of yourself, you belong to me Wear your flannel underwear, when you climb a tree Take good care of yourself, you belong to me Don’t sit on Hornets tails Oo-oo Or on nails Oo-oo Or third rails Oo-oo You’ll get a pain and ruin your tum tum.
  2. While still a teenager, Connecticut-born musician Lionel Newman secured a conductor's job with the Los Angeles-based Earl Carroll's Vanities. For several years thereafter, he was the accompanist for Mae.
  3. Lionel Newman covered Love Me, It All Depends on You, The Birth of the Blues, Varsity Drag and other songs. Lionel Newman originally did Love Me, Adventures in Paradise, Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else but Me), Serenade in Blue and other songs. Lionel Newman wrote One Silver Dollar, Again, Cool It, Baby and The River of No Return.
  4. For the holidays or any time of year, it's so important to follow the simple advice in this song. "Eat an apple every day, get to bed by three. Take good care of yourself, you belong to me!" This bouncy, swingin' arrangement of the pop novelty is the perfect lighter number for your young choir, and a guaranteed audience pleaser!
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Theme From "The Proud Ones" / Who Gave You The Roses on Discogs. Label: Columbia - • Format: Vinyl 7 Lionel newman And His Orchestra - Theme From "The Proud Ones" / Who Gave You The Roses (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. Get all the lyrics to songs by Lionel Newman and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  7. Biography Lionel Newman first worked as a vaudeville musician, including a stint as Mae West's pianist, before he joined the film industry, working during 46 years at Twentieth Century-Fox. He was often associated with the studio's musicals, as music director of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (), There's No Business Like Show Business (), and the original version of Doctor Dolittle (

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