The recording spins at 78 rpm and starts on the outside edge as expected. the disc was filthy but cleaned up fairly well with a slightly damp paper towel. I don't always recommend that but at the very least, mud must be removed. It features an anonymous female vocalist. the song is "I Only Have Eyes For You." It was composed by Harry Warren and lyricist Al Dubin in 1934 for the film Dames. In the film it was performed by Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler. It was a #2 hit on Billboard for Ben Selvin the same year. But that is not the version she is singing. It strongly resembles the Doris Day version. That version was recorded in 1950 for the film Tea For Two. That's not definitive with the hundreds of recorded versions, but it's the only guess I have at present.