Track Title:               Peacock Alley

Prime Artist:              Unknown
Lyrics by:                 Ira Gershwin     (b. Israel Gershvin)
Lyrics by:                 Arthur Francis (pseudonym for Ira Gershwin)
Music by:                  Louis Silvers

From the Film:             Peacock Alley  1921 (M)

There's a place that never knows dull care;
Laughter always seems to fill the air
There; soon after twilight,
Life is at its highlight,
Birds of plumage ev'rywhere.


In Peacock Alley
The rounders rally
"Round Flo and Sally
The whole night through,
The band is playing,
And forms are swaying;
It really seems
A land of dreams.
The lights are white there
And faces bright there;
Each heart seems light there
And ever gay.
But all are weary,
And life is dreary,
In Peacock alley,
At break of day.

Contributed by Carlene Bogle