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After You Get What You Want You Dont Want It - Various - Hits Of 1920 (CD)

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  2. After You Get What You Want, You Don't Want It Lyrics: Listen to me, honey dear / Something's wrong with you I fear / It's getting harder to please you / Harder and harder each year / I don't want.
  3. HITS OF Twenty original mono recordings some of them you can hear on this CD. "After You Get What You Want, You Don't Want It". A real gem sung by two characters that sound as though they are performing on a variety show bill, so alive do they sound. I have heard many comedians over the years sing in the same manner as Van and.
  4. After You Get What You Want Lyrics: After you get what you want you don't want it / If I gave you the moon, you'd grow tired of it soon / You're like a baby, you want what you want when you want.
  5. You don't want what you wanted at all. Changeable, you've got a changeable nature, Always always changing your mind. There's a longing in your eye hard to satisfy, And here's the reason why: 'cause after you get what you want you don't want it, Baby I don't mean to make you blue but you need a talking to, 'cause after you get what you want, You.
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  7. I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time: 9 – Marion Harris: The "St. Louis" Blues: 10 – Van & Schenck* After You Get What You Want You Don't Want It: 11 – Ted Lewis Jazz Band* When My Baby Smiles At Me: 12 – John Steel (7) The Love Nest: 13 – Billy Murray: Wait Till You Get Them Up In The Air, Boys:
  8. Top Songs of • #1: "Whispering" by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra • #2: "Swanee (from Sinbad)" by Al Jolson • #3: "When My Baby Smiles at Me" by Ted Lewis & His Band • #4: "The Love Nest" by John Steel • #5: "Hold Me" by Art Hickman & His Orchestra • #6: "St. Louis Blues" by Marion Harris • #7: "The Japanese Sandman" by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra • #8: "The Love Nest" by.

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