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Adeste Fideles (
Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life
At the Balalaika
Auf Wiedersehen
Carnival of Venice
Danny Boy
Dear Little Café
Don Juan's Serenade
Dusty Road
Good King Wengeslas
Hymns we love
I'm Falling in Love With Someone
If You're Anxious For to Shine
Indian Love Call
Indian Love Call
Last Rose of Summer
Love's Old Sweet Song
Mother Carey
My Object all Sublime
Nelson Eddy in Songs of Rudolf Friml
Nelson Eddy in Songs of Stephen Foster
None But the Lonely Heart
Now Heaven In Fullest Glory Shone; Rolling in Foam...
O Sole Mio
Old Folks at Home Angelina Baker
Patter Songs from Gilbert and Sullivan Volume 2
Raindrops on a Drum
Remembering the Titanic
Ride, Cossack, Ride
Se Vuol Ballare (If You Wish to Dance)
Short'nin' Bread
Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise
Soldiers of Fortune
Song of the Flea
Stout Hearted Men
The Andrews Sisters Show
The Blind Ploughman
The Lost Chord/ The Lord's Prayer
The Rosary
The Star Spangled Banner
The Surrey With the Fringe On Top
The Temple Bells (Four Indian Love Lyrics-No. 1)
The Temple Bells (Four Indian Love Lyrics-No. 1)
The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met - Part 1 (...
Trade Winds
Twelve Beloved American Songs
When I Grow Too Old to Dream
Who Are We to Say
Whoopee Ti-Yi-Yo
Will You Remember?
With These Hands
With These Hands
Without a Song