order by popularity | order by alphabet
These 'n' That 'n' ThoseThese Foolish ThingsThey Can't Take That Away From MeThey SayThings Are Looking UpThis Is Heaven To MeThis Year's KissesTime On My HandsToo Marvelous For WordsTrav'lin' All AloneTrav'lin' LightTwenty-four Hours A DayUnder A Blue Jungle MoonUntil The Real Thing Comes AlongViolets For Your FursWe'll Be Together AgainWeep No MoreWhat A Little Moonlight Can DoWhat A Night, What A Moon, What A GirlWhat Is This Going To Get UsWhat Is This Thing Called LoveWhen A Woman Loves A ManWhen You're SmilingWhen It's Sleepy Time Down SouthWhen Your Lover Has GoneWhere Is The SunWherever You AreWho Loves YouWho Wants LoveWhy Did I Always Depend On YouWhy Was I BornWillow Weep For MeWith Thee I SwingWithout Your LoveYankee Doodle Never Went To TownYesterdaysYou Better Go NowYou Can't Be Mine (and Someone Else's Too)You Can't Lose A Broken HeartYou Don't Know What Love IsYou Go To My HeadYou Let Me DownYou Showed Me The WayYou Took Advantage Of MeYou're A Lucky GuyYou're Gonna See A Lot Of MeYou're Just A No AccountYou're My ThrillYou're So DesirableYou're Too Lovely To LastYour Mother's Son-in-lawYours And MineMy Funny ValentineYou're Driving Me CrazyBe Fair With Me BabyI Can't Face The MusicThat's All I Ask Of YouWhat Shall I SayGee Baby Ain't I Good To YouEast Of The Sun (and West Of The Moon)All Of You (1959 Stereo Version)Gone With The WindSentimental & MelancholyIsn't This A Lovely DayDream A Little Dream Of MeAin't Misbehavin'I Don't Want To Cry AnymoreSometimes I'm HappyDetour AheadJust One More ChanceSoftly'deed I DoRocky Mountain BluesEverything A Good Man NeedsMaybe You'll Be There
Page: 1 2 3 4 5 
Related Information for Billie Holiday Billie Holiday (Eleanora Fagan Gough, Philadelphia, PA, April 7, 1915 – New York City, NY, July 17, 1959) was an American jazz singer and songwriter.Nicknamed Lady Day by her loyal friend and musical partner Lester Young, Holiday was a highly original influence on jazz and pop singing. Her vocal style, strongly inspired by jazz instrumentalists, pioneered a new way of manipulating phrasing and tempo. Above all, she was admired for her deeply personal and intimate approach to singing. Sh.. read more