Sunday, 10 January 2016

"I bought a little arsenic, he's sleeping now alright"

I listened to this song tonight -- in a different version that I can't find online -- and I thought, because of its topic, it was relevant for this site (not least since it also comes from the late 1920s).

(With a reminder, of course, that the woman at the heart of The Most Remarkable Woman in England was found not guilty.)

"To Keep My Love Alive" (Rogers and Hart), sung by Mary Testa