Bei Mir Bist Du Schön (Means You’re Grand)

Bei mir bist du (schön) scheyn, please let me explain
Bei mir bist du scheyn means you’re grand

Bei mir bist du scheyn, again I’ll explain
It means you’re the fairest in the land

I could say “Bella, bella”, even say “Wunderbar”
Each language only helps me tell you how grand you are

I‘ve tried to explain, bei mir bist du scheyn
So kiss me and say you understand

The Andrew Sisters maakten het bekend: na een minuut komt het…. En het gaat dan even heel anders . na 30 seconden

duidelijk verstaanbaar

Konden we het maar zo… dit is echte jazz….:)     dus, groep 5 en 6, laat je fantasie gaan en speel dit soort dingen er tussendoor ☺ ☺

“Bei Mir Bist Du Schön” means “To Me, You Are Beautiful”

Bei Mir Bist Du Schön (Means You’re Grand)
words by Jacob Jacobs, Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin, music by Sholom Secunda
– originally written in Yiddish by Jacob Jacobs (lyrics) and Sholom Secunda (music)
for the Yiddish musical “I Would If I Could” in 1933.
English lyrics written for
The Andrews Sisters by Sammy Cahn within a couple of days of the Nov 24, 1937 recording

Of all the boys I’ve known, and I’ve known some
Until I first met you, I was lonesome
And when you came in sight, dear, my heart grew light
And this old world seemed new to me

You’re really swell, I have to admit you
Deserve expressions that really fit you
And so I’ve racked my brain, hoping to explain
All the things that you do to me  geeft achtergrond informatie – en ook een uitvoering van de Andrew Sisters