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Ginger Rogers, Jimmy Dorsey Orch. "LET YOURSELF GO" (1936)

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"LET YOURSELF GO"Sung by Ginger RogersAccompanied by Jimmy Dorsey and His OrchestraWords and Music by Irving BerlinRecorded April 3, 1936This is a studio recording of Ginger singing "Let Yourself Go" which was recorded after the film "Follow the Fleet" was released in January of 1936.

"As you listen to the band don't you get a bubble?
As you listen to them play don't you get a glow?
If you step out on the floor
You'll forget your trouble
If you go into your dance
You'll forget your woe
So:

"Come
Get together
Let the dance floor feel your leather
Step as lightly as a feather
Let yourself go"

"Come
Hit the timber
Loosen up and start to limber
Can't you hear that hot marimba?
Let yourself go"

"Let yourself go
Relax
And let yourself go
Relax
You've got yourself tied up in a knot
The night is cold but the music's hot
So"

"Come
Cuddle closer
Don't you dare to answer 'No, sir!'
Butcher, banker, clerk and grocer
Let yourself go"

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