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Re: Songs sung in grade schools in the 1950s
Posted by: Marilyn Everts Critari (ID *****3841) Date: August 07, 2013 at 11:42:11
In Reply to: Songs sung in grade schools in the 1950s by Mary Boudreau of 26471

How about the forties?

Coming in on a Wing and a Prayer
White Cliffs of Dover
Over There
Tenting Tonight
From the Halls of Montezuma
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree with Any One But Me
And the Cassions Keep Rolling Along
Lilli Marlana
When the Lights Go On Again
Anchors Away
Off We Go Into the Wide Blue Yonder

Many more but can't remember right now.

Marilyn


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