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Don't Sit Under The Apple TreeTico TicoGimme Some Skin, My FriendIn The MoodRum And Coca ColaOh! Ma-maPagan Love SongCivilization (bongo Bongo Bongo)Show Me The Way To Go HomeDon't Bring LuluShortnin' BreadBilly BoyThere'll Be A Hot Time In The Town Of BerlinBy His WordYodelin' JiveA Zoot Suit (for My Sunday Gal)Roll Out The BarrelCarmen's BoogieProper Cup Of CoffeeA Bushel And A PeckThe Twelve Days Of ChristmasAll I Want For Christmas (is My Two Front Teeth)Japanese SandmanScrub Me Mama With A Boogie BeatCorns For My CountryThe Shrine Of St. CeciliaThe Blonde SailorChristmas IslandDon't Fence Me InVictory PolkaAccentuate The PositiveYou Don't Know How Much You Can SufferAlone AgainJingle BellsAny Bonds TodayLet's Have Another OneSha-shaFor All We KnowLet A Smile Be Your UmbrellaI'd Like To Hitch A Ride With Santa ClausMerry Christmas PolkaHere Comes The NavyThe Christmas Tree AngelAlong The Navajo TrailNeverthelessSabre DanceDaddyWay Down Yonder In New OrleansGo West, Young ManMy Isle Of Golden DreamsThree CaballerosI Could Write A BookPennsylvania 6-5000Keep Your Skirts Down Mary AnnBarney GoogleYou're Just A Flower From An Old BouquetLong Time No SeeOne MistakeEast Of The SunSleigh RideMele Kalikimaka (feat. Bing Crosby)Tulip TimeRancho PillowSleepy SerenadeDon't Blame MeOn The AvenueTallahassee (feat. Bing Crosby)Red River ValleyPut That Ring On My FingerSing A Tropical SongSouth America, Take It AwayToolie Oolie Doolie [the Yodel Polka ]Nobody's Darlin' But MineThree O' Clock In The MorningMuskrat Ramble
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Related Information for Andrews Sisters The Andrews Sisters were a group of singing sisters: LaVerne Andrews (contralto; July 6, 1911-May 8, 1967), Maxene Andrews (high harmony; January 3, 1916-October 21, 1995) and Patty Andrews (lead; February 16, 1918-January 30, 2013). All were born in Minnesota, United States to a Greek immigrant father and a Norwegian American mother.“Patty Andrews, the lead singer of the Andrews sisters group was born in Mound, Minnesota on February 16, 1918 in a house that occupied the property where.. read more