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Night LightsMisty (by Erroll Garner & Johnny Burke)Love Me As Though There Were No TomorrowI Remember YouIs It Better To Have Loved & LostI Think You Get What I MeanJust One Of Those ThingsI'm Gonna Sit Right Down & Write Myself A LetterI'm Gonna Laugh You Out Of My LifeIf You Said NoIf You Can't Smile & Say YesLet Me Tell You BabeI Love ParisIf Love Ain't ThereLet There Be LoveI Must Be DreamingYou Don't Learn That In SchoolTo Whom It May ConcernThe Frim Fram SauceOrange Colored SkyPretendWhen Sunny Gets BlueWhen You Walked ByStayThe Sand & The SeaTake A Fool's AdviceMeet Me At No Special PlaceI'm Alone Because I Love YouIn Other WordsMy Personal PossessionLet's Fall In LoveI Keep Goin' Back To Joe'sMake Her MineMagnificent ObsessionChant Of The BluesAnswer Me My LoveDay In - Day OutA Little Bit IndependentCome Closer To MeA Thousand Thoughts Of YouI Don't Want To See TomorrowBut BeautifulDon't Let Your Eyes Go Shopping (for Your Heart)Baby Baby, All The TimeDon't Get Around Much AnymoreAzure - TeYou Call It MadnessI Can't Give You Anything But LoveDear Lonely HeartsFly Me To The MoonSay It Isn't SoThe Touch Of Your LipsI Just Can't See For Lookin'My Funny ValentineJust For The Fun Of ItIf I MayMy One Sin (in Life)Non DimenticarLush LifeLook Out For LoveLaughing On The OutsideO Holy NightLove LettersThis Can't Be LoveLet's Face The Music And DanceMoreI'm A Shy GuyA Little Street Where Old Friends MeetIllusionRamblin' RoseReturn To ParadiseOnce In A WhileLove-wiseA Nightingale Sang In Berkeley SquareAvalon
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Related Information for Nat King Cole Nat "King" Cole (March 17th 1919–February 15th 1965) was a popular American singer and jazz musician. As a piano player, he formed a jazz trio in 1938 that played Los Angeles nightclubs, one of the first jazz trios featuring guitar and piano. Prior to this he had played music since he was a child and had worked with bands since he was sixteen. He was raised in Chicago and exposed to the abundant jazz scene there. He was heavily influenced by pianist Earl "Fatha" Hines.Late.. read more