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Johnny Fedora and Alice Blue Bonnett

from Make Mine Music sung by Andrew Sisters, tells the romantic story of two hats who fall in love in a department store window
Lyrics Johnnie Fedora met Alice Bluebonnet / in the window of a department storeJohnnie Fedora met Alice Bluebonnet / in the window of a department store. / 'Twas love at first sight and they promised one night / they'd be sweethearts forever more. / / Johnnie would serenade Alice, / too-ra-lay, too-ra-lye, too-ra-loo! / He sang of a beautiful palace, / of a beautiful hatbox for twoHe sang of a beautiful palace, / of a beautiful hatbox for two / / But Johnnie Fedora lost Alice Bluebonnet / to a patron of the department store. / Her beauty was sought by the girl she was bought by / for twenty-three ninety-four. / / Johnnie, oh Johnnie! / Your Alice Bluebonnet / will always be waiting for you. / So don't give up hoping and don't give up dreaming / for true love will come smiling through. / / Johnnie Fedora was lonely and stranded / in the window of the department store. / When lo and behold he was suddenly sold / and his heart became gay once more / / Johnnie sang out like a robin, / too-ra-lay, too-ra-lye, too-ra-loo! / To strangers he'd come up a-bobbin' / "Oh! I thought you were someone I knew." // He looked for her uptown and 'cross town and downtown, / from the Brooklyn BridgeHe looked for her uptown and 'cross town and downtown, / from the Brooklyn Bridge to the Jersey Shore. / It all seemed in vain, till he heard the refrain / of the song Alice sang of yore. / / Johnnie, oh Johnnie! / Your Alice Bluebonnet / will always be waiting for you. / So don't give up hoping and don't give up dreaming / for true love will come smiling through. / / Johnnie kept yearning, he kept on returning / to the window of the department store. / His voice became hushed, he was literally crushed, / and it started to rain and pour. / / Each place he went he kept calling, / too-ra-lay, too-ra-lye, too-ra-loo! / His spirits kept falling and falling / for his Alice was nowhere in view. / / But hey nonny nonny, an ice man found Johnnie / and he cut him to fit on his horse's ears. / 'Twas done without malice for beside him was Alice / and they lived on for years and years. /
You Johnnie Fedora's, you Alice Bluebonnet's,
whenever you find yourself blue.
You'll find it's June in December if you'll just remember
that true love will come smiling through.
That true love will come smiling through!