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Patti Page - And I Thought About You album mp3
Traditional Pop
  • Performer:
    Patti Page
  • Title:
    And I Thought About You
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  • Style:
    Traditional Pop
  • Date of release:
    1954
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    1669 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1702 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1830 megabytes
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    4.6
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Album Tennessee Waltz And Other Famous Hits By Patti Page. I Went To Your Wedding Lyrics. I went to your wedding Although I was dreading The thought of losing you. The organ was playing My poor heart kept saying "Your dreams, your dreams are through". You came down the aisle Wearing a smile A vision of loveliness. I uttered a sigh Whispered goodbye Goodbye to my happiness. Your mother was crying Your father was crying And I was crying too. The teardrops were falling Because we were losing you. You came down the aisle Wearing a smile A vision of loveliness

I Thought About You: A Tribute to Chet Baker is the twenty-second studio album by Brazilian jazz pianist and singer Eliane Elias. It was released on May 28, 2013, via Concord Picante label. The album is dedicated to American jazz trumpeter and vocalist Chet Baker. On this record she performs famous jazz standards and compositions.

Say Wonderful Things was a 1963 LP album by Patti Page, released by Columbia Records as catalog numbers CL 2049 (monaural) and CS 8849 (stereo). The album was Page's first LP for Columbia after her long and successful tenure on Mercury Records. The title song only reached on the Billboard Hot 100, but was more successful in international markets such as Australia, Hong Kong and Japan. The album reached a peak of on the Billboard Pop Albums chart.

Discover Patti Page famous and rare quotes. Patti Page, singer of Tennessee Waltz, dies at 85", ww. heguardian. Don't keep telling your parents they don't understand you. Believe me it's much worse when they do. There's just a chance, you know - they really might. Believe, Parent, Might. it follows that if you aren't happy with yourself, you won't be happy with others. Happy With Yourself, Ifs. 0 Copy quote. youth has everything - everything but experience and tolerance.

Clara Ann Fowler (born November 8, 1927), known by her professional name Patti Page, is an American singer, one of the best-known female artists in traditional pop music. She was the best-selling female artist of the 1950s, and has sold over 100 million records. Her nickname is The Singin' Rage (a phrase commonly followed by "Miss Patti Page"). Albums by Patti PageSort:By Album A - Z. 14 More Newies But Goodies.

This album is of Patti Page. It has 50+ songs ending with Herr appearance on the Johnny Cash Show youtube. com/watch?v ssllExWSfRQ youtube.

What Patti Smith's album Horses meant to me, the girl from Mooroolbark. Smith says she never intended to make a record, yet it was out of these performances that her debut album, Horses, was born. Smith says that when she wrote the song she believed in our power to transform words – Like how if you said ‘fuck’ you thought you were going to hell because it was so dirt. r how the worst word you could call an Irish kid was ‘punk’ – but she accepts that the song’s message doesn’t really fit in the current climate. Sometimes I still play it because it’s my favourite song to do, she says. And it was really about myself - ‘Baby was a black sheep, baby was a whore’ - the lowest things you could call somebody, because I’d been through a lot of derision in my life.

Credits

Patti Page - Primary Artist, Vocals