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I Love Louisa

I Love Louisa lyrics, as performed by Fred Astaire in The Band Wagon, written by Howard Dietz / Arthur Schwartz
I Love Louisa lyrics, as performed by Fred Astaire in The Band Wagon, written by Howard Dietz / Arthur Schwartz
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By Myself

By Myself song lyrics, as performed by Fred Astaire in The Band Wagon - written by Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz
By Myself song lyrics, as performed by Fred Astaire in The Band Wagon – written by Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz
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Deep in the Heart of Texas lyrics

Deep in the Heart of Texas lyrics - an American pop song.
Deep in the Heart of Texas lyrics – an American pop song. Deep in the Heart of Texas, from 1941, features lyrics by June Hershey and music by Don Swander. The song spent twelve weeks in total on the 1942 Hit Parade. It’s been featured in numerous films...
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I’ve been working on the railroad lyrics

I've been working on the railroad lyrics - an American folk song, first published in 1894. The earliest known recording is by the Sandhills Sixteen, released by Victor Records in 1927. It's been used in numerous films and television shows, including Texas Carnival.
I’ve been working on the railroad lyrics – an American folk song, first published in 1894. The earliest known recording is by the Sandhills Sixteen, released by Victor Records in 1927. It’s been used in numerous films and television shows, including Texas Carnival. I’ve been working on the...
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Red River Valley lyrics

Red River Valley lyrics - a folk song and cowboy music standard
Red River Valley lyrics – a folk song and cowboy music standard Red River Valley is a song of controversial origins that has gone by different names — for example, Cowboy Love Song, Bright Sherman Valley, Bright Laurel Valley, In the Bright Mohawk Valley, and Bright Little Valley...
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Sing You Sinners

Sing You Sinners lyrics, sung by Susan Hayward in I'll Cry Tomorrow
Sing You Sinners lyrics, sung by Susan Hayward in I’ll Cry Tomorrow Brothers, sisters Listen to what I say Moanin’ and groanin’ Won’t drive those blues away Lift up your voices in song You know you’ve all done wrong You sinners, drop everything And let that harmony ring Up...
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