When My Baby Smiles At Me    (1920)

My baby's eyes are blue, as blue as summer skies,
My baby's hair is golden hued, the kind I idolize.
And when my baby's near, I'm happy all the while,
For there is nothing in this world,
Just like my baby's smile

For when my baby smiles at me,
My heart goes roaming to paradise!
And when my baby smiles at me,
There's such a wonderful light in her eyes.

The kind of light that means just love
The kind of love
That brings sweet harmony.
I sigh, I cry!
It's just a glimpse of heaven
When my baby smiles at me.

My baby's lips are sweet, as sweet as sugar cane.
And when my baby kisses me, well I just can't explain.
It seems the sun comes out, keeps shining all the while,
And all the world is filled with love,
Just like my baby's smile!

For when my baby smiles at me,
My heart goes roaming to paradise!
And when my baby smiles at me,
There's such a wonderful light in her eyes.

The kind of light that means just love
The kind of love
That brings sweet harmony,
I sigh, I cry!
It's just a glimpse of heaven
When my baby smiles at me.

Lyrics by Andrew B. Sterling and Ted Lewis.
Composed by Bill Munro.
Recorded by Ted Lewis; Benny Goodman and His Orchestra; Billy Murray and Gladys Rice; others.


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