By Myself from I Could Go On Singing by Judy Garland

BY MYSELF

{{ “This is from Judy Garland’s last film: I Could Go On Singing!  She sings this when she’s lost her son because her old beau has banned her from seeing him ever, ever again Michael.  She is having a concert tour and sings to us and the audience about how lost and alone she is at the Palladium in London in red on a red stage in a red dress with red curtains for the background and she’s crying her heart out about it, folks!” }}

I’ll go, I’ll go, I’ll go my way by myself
This is the end of romance
I’ll go my way by myself, love is only a dance

I’ll try to apply myself and teach my heart how to sing
I’ll go my way by myself like a bird on the wing
I’ll face the unknown, I’ll build a world of my own
No one knows better than I myself, I’m by myself alone

I’m sure that love’s an overrated past time

It’s the last time I’ll ever be anything but fancy free
For love is just a junior high version, one way excursion
I’m sure that I am old enough to fly alone

And I’ll face the unknown, I’ll build a world of my own
No one knows better than I myself
I’m by myself alone, I’ll go, I’ll go by myself alone

 

from:  http://www.songlyrics.com/judy-garland/by-myself-lyrics/#zHhdJ3uGwM1RrsVp.99

on February 6th, 2016 Saturday Morning

For Michael because he loved this song so! by me.

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