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Festival of Popular Songs

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Songs from films and Broadway, children's tunes, ragtime, nostalgia, folk favorites, instrumentals, country classics, songs from World War I -- a musical parade of American history. Sample songs: And I Love Her
* Gigi
* I Love Paris
* I'll Be Seeing You
* I've Got a Crush on You
* Mockin' Bird Hill
* The Shadow of Your Smile
* The Way We Were
* You're the Cream in My Coffe
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published July 1st 1981 by Readers Digest (first published July 1st 1977)
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