Doris Day - The Blue Bells Of Broadway / I Speak To The Stars mp3 flac
Companies, etc. Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute. Conductor – Ray Heindorf. Label variant: WITH subtitle on A Side From the sound track of Warner Bros Sell Vinyl.
Originally released on Columbia.
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment. Originally released 1954.
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Conductor – Ray Heindorf Written-By – . From the sound track of Warner Bros.
Doris Day. Album It's Magic. Lullaby Of Broadway Lyrics. Come on along and listen to The lullaby of Broadway The hip hooray and ballyhoo The lullaby of Broadway The rumble of a subway train The rattle of the taxis The daffydils who entertain At Angelo's and Maxi's. When a Broadway baby says good night It's early in the morning Manhattan babies don't sleep tight Until the dawn. Good night, baby Good night, the milkman's on his way Sleep tight, baby Sleep tight, let's call it a day Hey! The band begins to go to town And everyone goes crazy. 8. A Bushel And A Peck.
I've Got a Feelin' You're Foolin'. I've Got a Feeling You're Fooling. The Blue Bells Of Broadway. The Children's Marching Song (Nick Nack Paddy Whack). The Doris Day Show (Theme 2). The Everlasting Arms. The Festival of Roses.
|A||The Blue Bells Of Broadway|
|B||I Speak To The Stars|
- Conductor – Ray Heindorf
- Written-By – P.F. Webster*, Fain*
NotesLabel variation: "Lucky Me" is on it's own line, alternate font used, and no subtitle on A-Side
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): ZSP 31313
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): ZSP 31314
|4-40210||Doris Day||The Blue Bells Of Broadway / I Speak To The Stars (7", Single)||Columbia||4-40210||US||1954|
|4-40210||Doris Day||The Blue Bells Of Broadway / I Speak To The Stars (7", Single, Ter)||Columbia||4-40210||US||1954|