Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen

Album: The Best Of Andrews Sisters (1937)
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  • This is a Yiddish song originally composed by Jacob Jacobs (lyricist) and Sholom Secunda (composer) for a Yiddish musical, I Would if I Could, in 1932. Secunda then sold the rights to his song for $30. Sammy Cahn heard the song and wrote English lyrics in 1937 for the Andrew Sisters and it became a big hit. >>
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  • The title translates to "To Me You're Beautiful."
  • Some of the artists to record this song: "Benny Goodman, Guy Lombardo, Glenn Miller, Ella Fitzgerald and Judy Garland.
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