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Walkin' To New OrleansWe Three (my Echo My Shadow And Me)Tell Me What It's LikeWhen My Dreamboat Comes HomeSide By SideTalkin' Bout YouWee Wee WilliesWhen I Fall In LoveSend Me Some Lovin'Staring Each Other DownWill You Love Me TomorrowSt. Louis BluesYou've Got Me Crying AgainOnly You (and You Alone)Make The World Go AwayMy Boy LollipopPrisoner's SongMy Baby Likes Western GuysOn The Sunny Side Of The StreetJesus Loves MeJust A Closer Walk With TheeIf You Love Me (really Love Me)If I'm Dreaming Just Let Me DreamI'll Always Be In Love With YouI Miss You SoHallelujah I Love Her SoHave A Little Talk With JesusHow Deep Is The Ocean (how High Is The Sky)Hold MeI'll Be Seeing YouLazy RiverEnough For YouGood Old Acapella (soul To Soul)Good Man Is Hard To FindDo I Worry (yes I Do)Crazy TalkBig Four Poster BedBe My Love AgainBig ChanceBuild A Big FenceIt's The Talk Of The TownAround The WorldAll The WayBallin' That JackBaby FaceAin't Gonna Cry No MoreNight And DayOut In The Cold AgainOne Step At A TimeWhat Child Is ThisSoftly, As I Leave YouRemember When (We Made These Memories)Jingle BellsThere Goes My HeartIt Started All Over AgainFly Me To The MoonAm I BlueIt's All Right With MeEventuallyOur Day Will ComeI Wanna Be AroundAnybody But MeI'm Learning About LoveCome Rain Or Come ShineBlue ChristmasIs It TrueHummin' The Blues Over YouI Left My Heart In San FranciscoIf I Didn't Care (Alternative Version)Santa Claus Is Coming To TownThe Grass Is GreenerHere Comes That FeelingStrawberry SnowI'm In The Mood For LoveRusty Bells
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Related Information for Brenda Lee Brenda Lee, née Brenda Mae Tarpley (born December 11, 1944 in Atlanta, Georgia), is an American country-pop singer, who was popular during the 1950s and 1960s. In the 1960s she had more charted hits than any other woman, and only three male singers/groups (Elvis Presley, Ray Charles and The Beatles) outpaced her. She was one of the earliest pop stars to have a major contemporary international following.She was given the nickname Little Miss Dynamite after recording Dynamite in 1957; the.. read more