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A Blossom FellThe Blues Don't CareUnforgettableToo YoungYou're The Cream In My CoffeeFascinationThou SwellTo The Ends Of The EarthWith You On My MindThe Little Boy That Santa Claus ForgotYou're My EverythingBoulevard Of Broken DreamsDance, Ballerina, DanceThat Ain't RightTime And The RiverWee Baby BluesBallerinaThe More I See YouThat Sunday That SummerThere's A Lull In My LifeThese Foolish ThingsCome To Baby, DoHappy New YearAll For YouYou Don't Know MeDinner For One Please, JamesA House With Love In It(i Love You) For Sentimental ReasonsHit That Jive, JackAlmost Like Being In LoveFaith Can Move MountainsHe Who HesitatesBrush Those Tears From Your EyesForgive My HeartBlue GardeniaSomeone To Tell It ToO Little Town Of BethlehemThere Will Never Be Another YouWild Is LoveCaroling CarolingSlow DownThe Girl From IpanemaMr. Wishing WellLove-the Parent TrapLove Is A Many Splendored ThingYou're Looking At MePeopleNothing Goes Up (without Coming Down)All I Want For Christmas (is My Two Front Teeth)September SongLove Was Made For Me And YouMiss YouWhen Rock And Roll Come To TrinidadNever Let Me GoYou Leave Me BreathlessMy True Carrie LoveAll Over The WorldWhat'll I DoYou Stepped Out Of A DreamOn The Street Where You LiveThat's All There Is To ThatSweet Bird Of YouthThat's My GirlWorld In My ArmsThe Very Thought Of YouStay As Sweet As You AreSend For MeWalkin' My Baby Back HomeRoad To NowhereHere's To My LadyYou Can Depend On MeI Don't Want To Be Hurt AnymoreSweet Georgia BrownA Little Street Where Old Friends MeetYou're Crying On My Shoulder
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Related Information for Nat King Cole Nat "King" Cole (March 17th 1919–February 15th 1965) was a popular American singer and jazz musician. As a piano player, he formed a jazz trio in 1938 that played Los Angeles nightclubs, one of the first jazz trios featuring guitar and piano. Prior to this he had played music since he was a child and had worked with bands since he was sixteen. He was raised in Chicago and exposed to the abundant jazz scene there. He was heavily influenced by pianist Earl "Fatha" Hines.Late.. read more