Harry's Melody Men / Sheridan Entertainers - Just Once Again / What Do We Do On A Dew Dew Dewy Day album flac
Title: Just Once Again / What Do We Do On A Dew Dew Dewy Day
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Genre: Jazz / Pop
Been here just long enough to see what trip you're on Suffered from your ugly deeds The way you're pushin' all, oh no Better watch out what you're doing Better take some rest or get right of here, oh yeah Haven't you hurt the people tryin' to be your friend. You take it to the limit, you take it to the top You take it to the limit, until you get stopped You take it to the limit, you take it to the top. Stop! Stop! You think you're somebody But you'll never be On the back of others You're just acting Like a thief, oh yeah
Some features of this site may not work without it. What do we do on a dew-dew-dewy day. Show full item record. Bad days I just adore 'em. All we do is go out walking.
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Day by Day is a Doris Day album released by Columbia Records on December 17, 1956. The title is an obvious pun, both meaning "on a daily basis" (as implied in the song title) and "(Doris) Day, in the daytime" (and thus leading to a later album entitled Day by Night). The album was issued as Columbia catalog CL-942. All tracks have vocals by Day accompanied by Paul Weston's orchestra.
What We Do On A Dew-Dew-Dewy Day Ruth Etting. Artist: Ruth Etting Music By: Ruth Etting.
(What Do We Do on a) Dew-Dew-Dewey Day" was a popular song dating from 1927. It was recorded by Clyde Doerr and his Orchestra. The song is a Fox Trot which contains a vocal refrain, hence the unconventional length of the record (4 minutes, 2 seconds). It was written by Tin Pan Alley tunesmiths, Al Sherman, Howard Johnson and Charles Tobias. It was also recorded by Irving Kaufman and the Manhattan Dance Makers. Dew-Dew-Dewey Day" was transferred using a . mil truncated elliptical stylus in a Stanton 500 stereo cartridge at 80 rpm on a United Audio Dual 1219 turntable.
LyricsWhat Do We Do On . athaniel Shilkret and His Orchestra.
Diet mountain dew, baby, New York City Can we hit it now low down and gritty Do you think we’ll be in love forever? Do you think we’ll be in love? Let’s take Jesus off the dashboard Got enough on his mind We both know just what we’re here for Saved too many times
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|A||–Harry's Melody Men||Just Once Again
Vocals – Al Russell
|B||–Sheridan Entertainers||What Do We Do On A Dew Dew Dewy Day
Vocals – Al Lynch