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Bette Midler Jewess 10-13-03

My very favorite bluesy song was “Stay with Me Baby,” but I got it from the movie “The Rose,” and who do you think the Jews in Hollywood ‘gave’ this powerful role to to put her on the map forever. None other than the Jewish Princess of Las Vegas…. Bette Midler.  Bette Midler became famous singing for homosexuals and gays and pedophyles in ‘bathhouses.’  I didn’t know that.  (Update 6-27-16. When I was performing in military costume for White Veteran’s Rights,  in Vegas on Strip, a couple came up to me and said they paid big money to see Jew Midler and they walked out it was so bad. But when they found me singing for free, and talented with both costumes and voice, they would have paid big money to see me.) So when I was printing out the lyrics, the movie the “Rose,” is really a loose adaptation of Janis Joplin, the 3rd most populat singer according to VH1, (all other four of the ‘top 5’ are black women, which surely drove Janis Joplin to suicide.  Don’t forget Janis was ‘straight’ for 5 months, goes to New York to work on her will with a “Jewish Lawyer,” goes back to California, to watching black Tina Turner the Black woman and Ike her Black husband that abused her, **7 days in a row, did Janis “worship” the black Tina Turner**.  And then Janis was dead.  There is a story in that.

Here’s the lyrics, and I would cry, cause I missed my (White) husband and couldn’t believe he deserted me.  But here is a version from the White “Duffy” from the still White land of Australia,… which you might find dynamite.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF7h_l8yngk “Stay With Me”

Where did you go when things went wrong, baby?
Who did you run to?
Find a shoulder to lay your head upon.
Baby, wasn’t I there?
Didn’t I take good care of you?
But, oh, no. I can’t believe you’re leaving me, yeah.

Stay with me, baby.
I’m beggin’ you to stay with me, baby.
Yeah, stay with me, baby.
I can’t go on.

Who did you touch when you needed tenderness, baby?
I gave you so much,
and in return I found happiness.
Baby, what could I do?
Maybe I was too good, too good to you.
Ohh, no, I can’t believe you’re leavin’ me.
Oh, oh, oh.

Oh, stay with me, baby.
Why don’t you, why don’t you just stay with me, baby?
Yeah, stay with me, baby.
Remember, you said you always gonna love me.
Remember, you said you’d never ever leave me.
Remember, remember, I’m asking you, begging you.
Oh, oh, oh.

Oh, stay with me, baby, baby, baby.
Why don’t you stay with me, baby?
Stay with me, baby.
I can’t, I can’t go, oh, on.

“Well, I’m a young woman, and I could get plenty of men.
But honey, keepin’ ’em’s the hard part, ain’t it?
Yeah. Sometimes, sometimes I find I try so hard.”

Maybe this time I should be the one to go away.
‘Cause honey, ain’t it my turn to have somebody
grab hold of me and say,
“No! Don’t go! You can’t go!”

Oh! Stay, stay with me, baby.
I’m begging you, stay with me.
Stay with me, baby.
I can’t, I can’t, I can’t, I can’t.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, stay with me, baby.
Why don’t you stay with me, baby?
Stay with me, baby.
I can’t, I can’t go on.

 

“Stay With Me”

Where did you go when things went wrong, baby?
Who did you run to?
Find a shoulder to lay your head upon.
Baby, wasn’t I there?
Didn’t I take good care of you?
But, oh, no. I can’t believe you’re leaving me, yeah.

Stay with me, baby.
I’m beggin’ you to stay with me, baby.
Yeah, stay with me, baby.
I can’t go on.

Who did you touch when you needed tenderness, baby?
I gave you so much,
and in return I found happiness.
Baby, what could I do?
Maybe I was too good, too good to you.
Ohh, no, I can’t believe you’re leavin’ me.
Oh, oh, oh.

Oh, stay with me, baby.
Why don’t you, why don’t you just stay with me, baby?
Yeah, stay with me, baby.
Remember, you said you always gonna love me.
Remember, you said you’d never ever leave me.
Remember, remember, I’m asking you, begging you.
Oh, oh, oh.

Oh, stay with me, baby, baby, baby.
Why don’t you stay with me, baby?
Stay with me, baby.
I can’t, I can’t go, oh, on.

“Well, I’m a young woman, and I could get plenty of men.
But honey, keepin’ ’em’s the hard part, ain’t it?
Yeah. Sometimes, sometimes I find I try so hard.”

Maybe this time I should be the one to go away.
‘Cause honey, ain’t it my turn to have somebody
grab hold of me and say,
“No! Don’t go! You can’t go!”

Oh! Stay, stay with me, baby.
I’m begging you, stay with me.
Stay with me, baby.
I can’t, I can’t, I can’t, I can’t.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, stay with me, baby.
Why don’t you stay with me, baby?
Stay with me, baby.
I can’t, I can’t go on.

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