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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label& Additional Information
834 How Could We Be Wrong? Lew Stone and His Band Cole Porter w/m `33 London November 3, 1933 GB-6277-1 Dec F-3734 Lew Stone & His Band: Lew Stone (director, arranger); Nat Gonella (trumpet, mellophone, vocals); Alfie Noakes (trumpet, mellophone); Lew Davis (trombone); Joe Ferrie (trombone, vocals); Joe Crossman, Jim Easton (clarinet, alto sax, vocals); Ernest Ritte (alto sax, baritone sax); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor sax, violin, ocarina); Eddie Carroll (piano); Harry Sherman (guitar); Tiny Winters (string bass, vocals); Bill Harty (drums); Al Bowlly (vocals). Chelsea, London, November 3, 1933.

How Could We Be Wrong?

How Could We Be Wrong?

(Cole Porter)

Lew Stone & His Band

How could we be wrong?
When we both are so set on it
How, could we be wrong?
Please tell me, how, love is so strong
I'd be willing to bet on it
How, could we be wrong?

Why should it ever die?
Darling you and I
Are so wonderfully happy today
To throw it away

Now life is a song
If we build a duet on it
How, could we be wrong?