After All, I'm Only A Schoolgirl

Album: Wake Up And Dream (1966)
  • The Cole Porter song "After All, I'm Only A Schoolgirl" was introduced in London and New York by Jessie Matthews in the Charles B. Cochrane revue Wake Up And Dream. According to Robert Kimball in The Unpublished Cole Porter,"It is quite probable that the song was not published because its lyrics - witty as they are - were considered too risqué for their time."
    It is published herein arranged by George Terry, copyright 1966 and 1975 by John F. Wharton, Trustee. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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