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More Than You KnowWhy Don't You Haul Off And Love MeNo Love, No Nothin'When You Wish Upon A StarI Could Have Danced All NightI've Got My Love To Keep Me WarmIf Teardrops Were PenniesSomeone To Watch Over MeIn The Cool Cool Cool Of The EveningSwayMack The KnifeThe Syncopated ClockAny Place I Hang My Hat Is HomeSuzy SnowflakeStormy WeatherIt's A Lovely Day TodayWitchcraftCount Your Blessings Instead Of SheepFools Rush InJingle BellsYou Started SomethingTenderlyRoute 66I've Got You Under My SkinDreamLittle Drummer BoyBlack CoffeeBe My Life's CompanionToo Marvelous For WordsTurn AroundThere Will Never Be Another YouI'm Beginning To See The LightSkylarkTaking A Chance On LoveBotch-a-meI Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)On The Good Ship LollipopIt's Only A Paper MoonLove You Didn't Do Right By MeThey Can't Take That Away From MeChicago That Toddlin' TownTime FliesThis Can't Be LoveThey're Either Too Young Or Too OldThere's No Business Like Show BusinessThe Promise (i'll Never Say Goodbye)I'm Waiting Just For YouSooner Or LaterOur Love AffairMangosMambo ItalianoLet's Take The Long Way HomeLet's Eat HomeI Get A Kick Out Of YouHeart's DesireEverything's Coming Up RosesDon't Worry 'bout MeWe're In The MoneyYou Make Me Feel So YoungIt Might As Well Be SpringMoonlight In VermontSistersHow Will I Remember YouWinter WonderlandHalf As MuchLullaby Of BroadwayJust You Just MeYounger Than SpringtimeLove Is Here To StayCome On-a My HouseHave Yourself A Merry Little ChristmasThanks For The Memory50 Ways To Leave Your LoverBlues In The NightYou're In Kentucky
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Related Information for Rosemary Clooney Rosemary Clooney (born 23 May 1928 in Maysville, Kentucky, USA – 29 June 2002) was an American singer and actress.Clooney's first recordings, in May 1946, were for Columbia Records. She sang with Tony Pastor's big band. Clooney continued working with the Pastor band until 1949, making her last recording with the band in May of that year and her first as a solo artist a month later, still for Columbia.She came to prominence in the early 1950s with the novelty hit Come On-a My H.. read more