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DreamI've Got You Under My SkinFascinating RhythmAutumn In New YorkSilver BellsIt's The Most Wonderful Time Of The YearMore Than You KnowThis Ole HouseI'll Be Seeing YouI Wish You LoveBye Bye BlackbirdThe Glory Of LoveI Can't Believe That You're In Love With MeYou'll Never KnowIt's Bad For MeThe Teddy Bear's PicnicSilent NightHey ThereThe Way We WereOh You Beautiful DollWhy Don't You Haul Off And Love MeYou're The TopOne For My BabyFrom This Moment OnBunny On The RainbowYou Took Advantage Of MeI Wish I Wuz (Hi, Ho, Fiddle Dee Dee)On The Road Again (Album Version)For All We KnowSunday In SavannahWhen Your In LoveI Get Along Without You Very Well (Remastered)Come Rain Or Come ShineDing Dong The Witch Is DeadWhere Will The Dimple BeCorcovado (Quiet Nights) [Album Version](Have) I Stayed Too Long At The FairHey BabyOl' Man RiverThank Heaven For Little GirlsAnything GoesMemories Of YouBy MyselfNo Love, No Nothin'Man (Uh Huh)ManhattanIt Could Happen To You (Remastered At BMG Studios, March 2000)Nobodys Darling But MineThe Lady Is A TrampHappiness Is A Thing Called JoeRules Of The RoadOpen Up Your Heart (And Let The Sunshine In)The Click SongThe Christmas SongIt Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)Moonlight Mississippi (Album Version)Hello Young LoversStill On The Road (Album Version)My Old FlameDon't Fence Me InThe Night Before ChristmasI Remember YouWho Kissed Me Last NightTake Me Back To Manhattan (Album Version)The ContinentalGod Bless The ChildBack Home In Indiana (Album Version)In The Still Of The NightLittle Red Riding Hoods Christmas TreeMiss Otis RegretsP.S. I Love YouTill We Meet Again (Album Version)Sophisticated LadyMy Heart Belongs To DaddyIf This Isn't Love
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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