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They Can't Take That Away From MeThey SayThings Are Looking UpThis Is Heaven To MeThis Year's KissesTime On My HandsToo Marvelous For WordsTrav'lin' All AloneTrav'lin' LightTwenty-four Hours A DayUnder A Blue Jungle MoonUntil The Real Thing Comes AlongViolets For Your FursWe'll Be Together AgainWeep No MoreWhat A Little Moonlight Can DoWhat A Night, What A Moon, What A GirlWhat Is This Going To Get UsWhat Is This Thing Called LoveWhen A Woman Loves A ManWhen You're SmilingWhen It's Sleepy Time Down SouthWhen Your Lover Has GoneWhere Is The SunWherever You AreWho Loves YouWho Wants LoveWhy Did I Always Depend On YouWhy Was I BornWillow Weep For MeWith Thee I SwingWithout Your LoveYankee Doodle Never Went To TownYesterdaysYou Better Go NowYou Can't Be Mine (and Someone Else's Too)You Can't Lose A Broken HeartYou Don't Know What Love IsYou Go To My HeadYou Let Me DownYou Showed Me The WayYou Took Advantage Of MeYou're A Lucky GuyYou're Gonna See A Lot Of MeYou're Just A No AccountYou're My ThrillYou're So DesirableYou're Too Lovely To LastYou've ChangedYour Mother's Son-in-lawYours And MineMy Funny ValentineYou're Driving Me CrazyBe Fair With Me BabyI Can't Face The MusicThat's All I Ask Of YouWhat Shall I SayGee Baby Ain't I Good To YouEast Of The Sun (and West Of The Moon)All Of You (1959 Stereo Version)Gone With The WindSentimental & MelancholyIsn't This A Lovely DayDream A Little Dream Of MeAin't Misbehavin'I Don't Want To Cry AnymorePlease Don't Talk About Me When I'm GoneSometimes I'm HappyDetour AheadJust One More ChanceSoftly'deed I DoRocky Mountain BluesEverything A Good Man NeedsMaybe You'll Be There
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Related Information for Billie Holiday Billie Holiday (Eleanora Fagan Gough, Philadelphia, PA, April 7, 1915 – New York City, NY, July 17, 1959) was an American jazz singer and songwriter.Nicknamed Lady Day by her loyal friend and musical partner Lester Young, Holiday was a highly original influence on jazz and pop singing. Her vocal style, strongly inspired by jazz instrumentalists, pioneered a new way of manipulating phrasing and tempo. Above all, she was admired for her deeply personal and intimate approach to singing. Sh.. read more