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Let Me Call You SweetheartTaking A Chance On LoveDark MoonRaindrops Keep Falling On My HeadLove LettersAm I That Easy To ForgetWhy Don't You Believe MeYou Can't Be True DearScarlet Ribbons (for Her Hair)March Marches OnI Didn't Know About YouThis Is My SongWe Wish You A Merry ChristmasWhere Did My Snowman GoI'll Never Fall In Love AgainTill We Meet AgainDays Of Wine And RosesYou Don't Know MeYou Belong To MeAnd So To Sleep AgainGone With The WindRelease MeI Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (From You Go To My Head)Darn That Dream (From You Go To My Head)I'm Gonna Paper All My Walls With Love LettersI Hadn't Anyone Till YouI Still Get A ThrillBelonging To SomeoneWhy Don't You Do Right?Fly Me To The Moon (in Other Words)Call Me IrresponsibleSay Wonderful ThingsAbide With MeAll I Do Is Dream Of YouMarried I Can Always GetThe PartyTrust In MeThe Boys Night OutDo Nothin' Till You Hear From MeWonderingGo On HomeOnce Upon A Dream (Version 2)Mama Doll SongMom And Dad's WaltzThis Close To The DawnBringing In The SheavesCan't Help Falling In LoveAll My LoveI CriedI Went To Your WeddingLeft Right Out Of Your HeartLet Me Go LoverMama From The TrainMister And MississippiMockin' Bird HillMost People Get MarriedMy PromiseHush Hush Sweet CharlotteHow Much Is That Doggie In The WindowGo On With The WeddingAllegheny MoonAmazing GraceAnother Time Another PlaceChanging PartnersCome What MayCroce Di OroCross Over The BridgeDetourFibbinOld Cape CodPoor Man's RosesNobody's Darlin' But MineTenderlyUnchained MelodyThe Green Leaves Of Summer
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Related Information for Patti Page Patti Page (born Clara Ann Fowler on November 8, 1927 in Claremore, Oklahoma (some sources give Muskogee, Oklahoma), died January 1, 2013 Encinitas, California) is one of the best-known female singers in traditional pop music. She is the best-selling female artist of the 1950s and was among the first to cross over from country music to pop. Her recording career spans the years 1947 to 1981. Page continued to perform live up until her death at 85. She was billed as "The Singing Rage,.. read more