Track Title:               It's All Up To You

Album Title:               The Columbia Years, 1943-1952, Vol. 5
Prime Artist:              Frank Sinatra
Lyrics by:                 Sammy Cahn
Music by:                  Jule Styne   (Julius Kerwin Stein)

Vocal:                     Dinah Shore

[Connie Haines alone]  {both Frank and Connie}

[Even Superman supports the good health plan]
[He knows what it will do, it's all up to you, it's all up to you]
Spread the health alarm to every town and farm,
And preach the good health view, it's all up to you, it's all up to you.
[You'll find being healthy means more than a well-filled hearse]
What good's being wealthy when you can't buy a doctor or a nurse.
[When the job is done], we'll wind up number one {instead of forty two,}
{It's all up to you, it's all up to you.}
(musical interlude)
We need vitamins and medicines and beds to spare,
[Places where the sick can go and get some care.]
Lots of new equipment to combat disease
{We declare the poor can go for moderate fees.}
[Free examination for the kids and class,]
A kid whose health is good will have a chance to pass.
[If we do these thing and we will be the state]
{Where the weak grow strong, and the strong grow great.}
(musical interlude)
Do your state a favor, the task is yours alone.
[Be a real life saver, and chance is that you will save your own]
{With the spot we're in, we simply got to win, the job is overdue,}
{It's all up to you, it's all up to you.}
Get in there, get yourself someone to help.
Transcribed by Larry Henares of the Philippines