Mad About the Boy" is a popular song with words and music by actor and playwright Sir Noël Coward. It was introduced in the 1932 revue Words and Music by Joyce Barbour, Steffi Duna, Norah Howard and Doris Hare. The song deals with the theme of unrequited love for a film star. It was written to be sung by female characters, although Coward also wrote a version, which was never performed, that contained references to the risqué topic of homosexual love.
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1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs. A Rockin' Good Way (To Mess Around and Fall in Love). Dinah Washington, Brook Benton. Dinah Washington, Clifford Brown, Clifford Brown and Dinah Washington. Mad About the Boy. Dinah Washington.
Mad About The Boy (1949) - Helen Forrest. Dinah Washington- What A Difference A Day Makes (1959).
Sophisticated Elegant. Mad About the Boy: The Very Best of Dinah Washington. Noël Coward.
Although I?m quite aware that here and there are traces of a cad. B7. about the boy. E7 Bm7/b5 E B9. Lord knows I?m not a fool girl I really shouldn?t care. Am B7 Em Em7/b5 Edim A7 Am. Lord knows I?m not a schoolgirl who?s in the flurry of her first affair. Dm7/b5 Eb9 Am B7 Bm7/b5 E7. our Who will it ever cloy this odd diversity of misery and joy. I?m feeling quite insane and young again. And all because I?m mad about the boy. Spero sia giusta.
Audio CD, January 6, 2004. Disc: 1. 1. 2. If I Were A Bell. 3. Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby? 4. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye. 5. I'll Close My Eyes. 6. I've Got A Feelin' I'm Fallin'. 7. Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now.