|I'll String Along with You|
"I'll String Along with You" is a popular song with by Harry Warren and lyrics by Al Dubin, published in 1934. The song's chorus is sung repeatedly during the showgirl-audition scene in the movie Mrs. Henderson Presents.
Originally recorded and released as a set of 78 r.p.m. records between 1943-50, they were reissued in 1950 on a 10-inch LP.
You may not be an angel, 'Cause angels are so few
But until the day that one comes along, I'll string along with you
I'm looking for an angel to sing my love song to
And until the day that one comes along I'll string along with you
For every little fault that you have--say I have three or four
The human little faults that you do have just make me love you more
You may not be angel, but still I'm sure you'll do
So, until that day that one comes along, I'll string along with you