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Guess Who I Saw TodayThe Old CountryDearly BelovedMy Shining HourWild Is The WindWatch What HappensIf I CouldMake Someone HappyWhen Did You Leave HeavenWe Meet Again (theme From 'jerry Maguire')I Wanna Be With YouI'm All SmilesGod Rest Ye Merry GentlemenYou Don't Know MeAlmost In Your ArmsChristmas Time Is HereWhen The Sun Comes OutMay I Come InPeace Of MindDon't Rain On My ParadeLet It Snow Let It Snow Let It SnowI Believe In YouI'll Never Stop Loving YouSweet Little Jesus BoyDid I RememberLove DanceAll Of YouO Christmas TreeYour Arms Of LoveSilver BellsAll Through The NightYou'd Be So Nice To Come Home ToHe's My Guy (with The Billy May Orchestra) [Bonus Track] [feat. The Billy May Orchestra]How Insensitive (insensatez)Please Send Me Someone To LoveCall It Stormy Monday (with The Billy May Orchestra) [Bonus Track] [feat. The Billy May Orchestra]All In Love Is FairUptight (everything's Alright)SummertimeSunnyWith My Lover Beside Me (reprise)More LoveMidnight RendezvousSunshineMore (Theme From Mondo Cane)The Shadow Of Your SmileBewitched, Bothered And BewilderedSecret LoveMy One And Only LoveTonightBy MyselfI RememberThe Days Of Wine And RosesIn A Sentimental MoodCome Get To ThisWhat A Little Moonlight Can DoThe Good LifeA Fool In LoveWhen Sunny Gets BlueIf Dreams Come True (feat. The Billy May Orchestra)Angels We Have Heard On HighDon't Come Running Back To Me60b (etown Theme)Little Girl BlueCan't Take My Eyes Off YouI Wish You LoveCasablancaOn The Street Where You LiveSometimes I'm HappySince I Fell For YouI've Never Been To MeLoving YouThe More I See YouDarn That DreamThe Greatest Performance Of My Life
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Related Information for Nancy Wilson There is more than one artist with this name:1) Nancy Sue Wilson - jazz diva best known for her 60s standards recordings.2) Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson - singer, songwriter, and guitarist, and member of the group Heart.1) Nancy Sue Wilson (born February 20, 1937, in Chillicothe, OH, United States) is a jazz diva famous for recording American standards in the 60s. She was among contemporary music's most stylish and sultry vocalists; while often crossing over into the pop and R&B markets &nda.. read more