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  • Singer: Val Norman
  • Album: The Ballad Of Barbara Graham / The Sweetest Words I Have Ever Heard
  • MP3: 1312 mb | FLAC: 1261 mb
  • Released: 1959
  • Country: US
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Val Norman  - The Ballad Of Barbara Graham / The Sweetest Words I Have Ever Heard mp3 flac

Val Norman (2). The Ballad Of Barbara Graham, The Sweetest Words I Have Ever Heard ‎(7", Promo).

Val Norman (2). The Ballad Of Barbara Graham ‎(7").

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A The Ballad Of Barbara Graham. B The Sweetest Words I Have Ever Heard 2:35. Vocals with Orchestra.

Val Norman - The Ballad Of Barbara Graham (2:41) On June 3, 1955 Barbara Graham and two of her partners in crime were executed in the gas chamber at San Quentin for their part in the brutal murder of Mabel. Val Norman - The Ballad Of Barbara Graham (2:41). On June 3, 1955 Barbara Graham and two of her partners in crime were executed in the gas chamber at San Quentin for their part in the brutal murder of Mabel Monahan in Burbank, California. No stash of money was ever found. The coroner ruled that the cause of death was asphyxiation due to strangulation and a cranial hemorrhage. Actress Susan Hayward won a Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of Graham in the 1958 movie I Want To Live.

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In a southern town where I was born That's where I got my education I worked in the fields and I walked in the woods And I wondered at creation. I recall the sun in a sky of blue And the smell of green things growin' And the seasons chang'd and I lived each day Just the way the wind was blowin'. Then I heard of a cultured city life Breath takin' lofty steeples And the day I called myself a man I left my land and my people. And I rambled north and I rambled east And I tested and I tasted And a girl or two, took me round and round But they. Where you sleep all day and you wake all night To a world of drink and laughter I met that girl that I was sure would be The one that I was after.

the ballad of barbara graham val norman. Barbara Graham (June 26, 1923 – June 3, 1955) was an American criminal convicted of murder. She was executed in the gas chamber on the same day as two convicted accomplices, Jack Santo and Emmett Perkins, all of whom were involved in the robbery that led to murder of an elderly widow. Graham was born Barbara Elaine Ford in Oakland, California, to young unwed mother Hortense Ford, who earned her living through prostitution. On February 23, 1925, Hortense Ford, still unwed, gave birth to a second daughter, Claire Elizabeth. Her last words were, "Good people are always so sure they're right. On being advised that taking a deep breath after the cyanide pellets were dropped would make it easier, she replied "How the hell would you know?" Barbara Graham is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery, San Rafael, California.

The sweetest sounds I'll ever hear Are still inside my head The kindest words I'll ever know Are waiting to be said The most entrancing sight of all Is yet for me to see And the dearest love in all the world Is waiting somewhere for me Is waiting somewhere, somewhere for me. The sweetest sounds I'll ever hear Are still inside my head The kindest words I'll ever know Are waiting to be said The most entrancing sight of all Is yet for me to see And the dearest love in all the world Is waiting somewhere for me Is waiting somewhere, somewhere for m. Somewhere for me. More on Genius. About The Sweetest Sounds. This song was written to open the 1962 Broadway musical No Strings, for Diahann Carroll and Richard Kiley. Rodgers wrote the lyrics for the songs in this show himself. The Sweetest Sounds" Track Info. Written By Richard Rodgers.

Tracklist

A The Ballad Of Barbara Graham 2:37
B The Sweetest Words I Have Ever Heard 2:35

Notes

Vocals with Orchestra

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (A): 45-V-009
  • Label Code (B): 45-V-010

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FF-2005 Val Norman The Ballad Of Barbara Graham / The Sweetest Words I Have Ever Heard ‎(7", Promo) Valor Records FF-2005 US 1959