Dangerous Love Ballads of the 1950s-1960s ( per J. Edgar Hoover)

Typically dangerous love ballads

 

   Since I Don’t Have You                                       You Belong to Me

 

I don’t have plans and schemes                         See the pyramids along the Nile

And I don’t have hopes and dreams                 Watch the sunrise from a tropic isle

I don’t have anything                                           Just remember darling all the while

Since I don’t have you                                          You belong to me

 

I don’t have fond desires                                     See the market place in old Algiers

And I don’t have happy hours                            Send me photographs and souvenirs

I don’t have anything                                           Just remember when a dream appears

Since I don’t have you                                         You belong to me

 

I don’t have happiness, and I guess                   And I’ll be so alone without you

I never will ever again                                          Maybe you’ll be lonesome too, and blue

When you walked out on me,

In walked old misery                                            Fly the ocean in a silver plane

And he’s been here since then.                           See the jungle when it’s wet with rain

Just remember till you’re home again

No, I don’t have love to share,                             You belong to me

And I don’t have one who cares.

I-I-I don’t have anything

Since— I don’t—- have

You, you, you, you

 

(Jimmy Beaumont and The Skyliners)                                     (Jason Wade)

 

 

 

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