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  • 41 Coming Back Like a Song: 25 Hits 1941-47 — Compilation album by Jo Stafford Released May 19, 1998 …

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  • 42 Stardust (song) — Infobox Standard title = Stardust english title = comment = image size = caption = writer = composer = Hoagy Carmichael lyricist = Mitchell Parish published = 1927 written = language = form = original artist = Hoagy Carmichael s orchestra… …

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  • 43 The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke — Infobox Book | name = The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke image caption = author = C.J. Dennis country = Australia language = English genre = Verse novel publisher = Angus and Robertson release date = 1915 media type = Print (Hardback Paperback)… …

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  • 44 For Sentimental Reasons (Nat King Cole album) — Infobox Album Name = For Sentimental Reasons: 25 Early Vocal Classics Type = compilation Artist = Nat King Cole Released = April 22, 1997 Recorded = Mar 16, 1941 Dec 19, 1946 Genre = Vocal jazz, pop Length = 75:16 Label = ASV Producer = Reviews …

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  • 45 Recitation song — A recitation song or recitation as it is more commonly called, is a spoken narrative to music, generally with a sentimental (or at times, religious) theme. Such numbers were quite popular in country music from the 1930 s into the 1960 s although… …

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  • 46 For Sentimental Reasons (song) — For Sentimental Reasons is a song by Abner Silver, Al Sherman and Edward Heyman and was first released on October 18, 1936. It was recorded by Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra featuring a vocal by Jack Leonard. The song has a somewhat complicated… …

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  • 47 List of contestants from the UK national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest — Eurovision: Your Country Needs You is the most recent name of the BBC TV show broadcast annually to select Britain s entry into the Eurovision Song Contest. Shows of similar formats have previously gone under several other names, including… …

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  • 48 Novelty song — Novelty songs Stylistic origins Popular music Cultural origins 1910s United States Typical instruments Guitar, Bass, drums, often also keyboards Mainstream popularity Grammy category …

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  • 49 The Christmas Song — Christmas Song redirects here. For the Mannheim Steamroller record of the same name, see Christmas Song (album). The Christmas Song Christmas song by Mel Tormé Released 1944 Writer Mel Tormé, Bob Wells The Christ …

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  • 50 Open Arms (Journey song) — Open Arms Single by Journey from the album Escape and Heavy Metal Soundtrack …

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  • 51 Solitude (Song) — (In My) Solitude ist eine Jazz Komposition aus dem Jahr 1934 von Duke Ellington[1]. Die Rechte für den später geschriebenen Text liegen bei Irving Mills und Eddie De Lange. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Der Titel 2 Entstehungsgeschichte 3… …

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  • 52 Night and Day (song) — Night and Day is a popular song by Cole Porter. It was written for the 1932 musical play Gay Divorce. It is perhaps Porter s most popular contribution to the Great American Songbook and has been recorded by dozens of artists. Fred Astaire… …

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  • 53 Love Me Tender (song) — Infobox Single Name = Love Me Tender Artist = Elvis Presley from Album = B side = Any Way You Want Me Released = September 1956 Format = 7 single Recorded = August 24 1956 Genre = Length = 2:41 Label = RCA Records Writer = Vera Matson, Elvis… …

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  • 54 Dreams (Fleetwood Mac song) — Dreams Single by Fleetwood Mac from the album Rumours B side Songbird …

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  • 55 My Boo (Usher and Alicia Keys song) — My Boo Single by Usher Alicia Keys from the album Confessions (special edition) …

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  • 56 Chain Gang (song) — Chain Gang Single by Sam Cooke Released July 26, 1960 Format 7 single Recorded January 25, 1960 in RCA Studio A, New York Genre …

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  • 57 Make You Mine (Nina song) — Make You Mine Single by Nina from the album Smile Released December 2003 Genre Pop, R B, hip hop …

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  • 58 Tender (song) — Single infobox Name = Tender Artist = Blur from Album = 13 Released = Start date|1999|02|14 (Japan) February 22, 1999 (UK) March 1, 1999 (Europe; UK: 7 ) Format …

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  • 59 Deep Purple (song) — This article is about the song. For the rock band with the same name, see Deep Purple. For the album of the same name, see Deep Purple (album). Deep Purple was the biggest hit written by pianist Peter DeRose, who broadcast, 1923 to 1939, with May …

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  • 60 Mama Sang a Song — Single by Bill Anderson from the album Bill Anderson Sings Country Heart Songs B side On And On And On Released July 1962 Format …

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