Nat King Cole - You`re The Cream In My Coffee (Henderson De Sylva Brown)

You're the cream in my coffee
You're the salt in my stew
You'll always be my necessity
I'd be lost without you
You're the starch in my collar
You're the lace in my shoe
You'll always be my necessity
I'd be lost without you
Most men tell love tales
And each phrase dovetails
You've heard each known way
This way is my own way
You're the sail of my love boat
You're the captain and crew
You'll always be my necessity
I'd be lost without you
You're the sail of my love boat
You're the captain and crew
You'll always be my necessity
Like a restaurant with a recipe
You're the lace in my shoe
I'd be lost without you
You're the cream in my coffee
You're the salt in my stew
You'll always be my necessity
I'd be lost without you
You're the starch in my collar
You're the lace in my shoe
You'll always be my necessity
I'd be lost without you
Most men tell love tales
And each phrase dovetails
You've heard each known way
This way is my own way
You're the sail of my love boat
You're the captain and crew
You'll always be my necessity
I'd be lost without you
You're the sail of my love boat
You're the captain and crew
You'll always be my necessity
Like a restaurant with a recipe
You're the lace in my shoe
I'd be lost without you
Annette Hanshaw - You're the Cream in My Coffee (1928)

Music by Ray Henderson, lyrics by Lew Brown and B. G. DeSylva.

You're the Cream in My Coffee

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PETER MINTUN: You're The Cream In My Coffee (B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown-Ray Henderson) 1928

The same three who wrote "Good News" and "Follow Thru" wrote this for their show "Hold Everything."

You're the Cream in My Coffee - Lew Brown, Buddy DeSylva & Ray Henderson, trans. Myles Collins

November 19, 2015 • You're the Cream in My Coffee - Lew Brown, Buddy DeSylva & Ray Henderson, trans. Myles Collins. Wheaton College Jazz Ensemble.

"You're the Cream in my Coffee" by Wally Krauss

This was written by Ray Henderson, the lyrics by Buddy G. DeSylva and Lew Brown for the Broadway musical Hold Everything! (1928) and was featured in the ...

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