Lady Sings the Blues (disambiguation)


Lady Sings the Blues (disambiguation)

"Lady Sings the Blues" is a 1956 song by Billie Holiday, other items referring to this song may be:

*Lady Sings the Blues (book), an autobiography by Billie Holiday
*Lady Sings the Blues (film), a 1972 film about Billie Holiday
*Lady Sings the Blues (album), the soundtrack album to the 1972 film
*"Mademoiselle chante le blues" (Eng: "Lady Sings the Blues"), a 1987 hit single by Patricia Kaas


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