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(The Treasure of) Sierra Madre
A Dreamer's Holiday
All By Myself
An Apple Blossom Wedding
Ballerina; It Had to Be You
Come to Me, Bend to Me; Peg O' My Heart
Everything I Love
Everytime I Meet You
For You Alone
Here I'll Stay
How Are Things in Glocca Morra
I Get Up Ev'ry Morning (What Do I Do, What Do I Do...
I Love You So Much it Hurts
I Wish I Knew the Name (Of the Girl in My Dreams);...
I'll Dance at Your Wedding; Those Things Money Can...
I'll String Along With You
I'm a Slave to You
I'm in Love
I'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come In
If You Will Marry Me
It Might Have Been a Different Story
It's Easy When You Know How; It Began in Havana
Je Vous Aime
Love is a Random Thing; Linda
Lucky Us
Lucky Us
Matinee; Haunted Heart
Me An' My Bundle
Melody Time
Melody Time
My Darling My Darling
My First Thrill
My One and Only Highland Fling
Paris Wakes Up and Smiles
Remember Smiles
Rendezvous With a Rose
Rhumba Fantasy
Songs Of Romance
Talking to Myself About You; Spring in December
The Andrews Sisters Show
The Gershwin Collection: An Historical Treasury of...
The Great American Composers - Irving Berlin, Disc...
The Let's Dance Broadcasts 1934-34, Volume1
The Let's Dance Broadcasts, 1934-35
The Money Song
The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
The Story of Sorrento; Hugo and Igo
The Story of Sorrento; Hugo and Igo
They're Mine, They're Mine, They're Mine
Thrill Me; Nocturnal Chaperon
Where Flamingos Fly
Whispering Waters
You Are Never Away
You Don't Have to Know the Language; An Old Sombre...
You're Breaking My Heart
You're in Love With Someone