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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label& Additional Information
330 I'm So Used To You Now Roy Fox ahb Art Young Val Valentine `31 London June 1, 1931 GB-2852-3 Dec F-2352 ROY FOX AND HIS BAND at the Monseigneur Restaurant, London , June 1, 1931: Roy Fox (clarinet, director); Nat Gonella, Sid Buckman (trumpets, vocals); Joe Ferrie (trombone, vocals); Billy Amstell, Mickey Amstell (clarinet, alto sax); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor sax, viola, ocarina); Lew Stone (piano, celeste, arranger); Al Bowlly (guitar, vocals); Don Stuteley (string bass); Bill Harty (drums, vibraphone).

I'm So Used To You Now

I'm So Used To You Now

(Art Young / Val Valentine)

Roy Fox and his Band

I'm so used to you
Don't know what to do
If you ever go away, say!
I don't think I'd last a day
I'm So Used To You Now

You're the only thing
That means anything
What a wash a life would be, dear
If you went along with me
I'm So Used To You Now

You're a part of me
And the heart of me
You got no better friend
You're the reason for
Every breath I go
The beginning and end

Oh!, Like a bird without wings
Would hop about
Like a day without a sun, hun!
On the show, you're the only one
I'm So Used To You Now