|Fool, Fool, Fool|
|CL.14167||Kay Starr||Fool, Fool, Fool / Allez-Vous-En (Shellac, 10")||Capitol Records||CL.14167||UK||Unknown|
|CL-45 14167||Kay Starr||Fool, Fool, Fool (7", Single)||Capitol Records||CL-45 14167||UK||Unknown|
Foolin' Around Lyrics. I know that you've been foolin' around on me right from the start So I'll give back your ring and I'll take back my heart And when you're tire of foolin' around with two or three. Just come on home and fool around with me Then come on home and fool around with me. Well I wasn't foolin' around the day I said I do But many a night I wished that I had been a-foolin' too I know it's foolish taking all this misery But when it's you a fool I'll always.
Fool fool fool That I was to fall for you Fool fool fool That I was to fall for you Oh what a fool I was To think that you could love me too When I first met you darlin' I knew I couldn’t win But I kept right-on tryin' 'Cause tryin' is no sin Well fool fool fool That I. was to care for you Oh what a fool I was To think that you could love me too Well now we’ve said goodbye dear And I’m sorry to my heart Even though I knew someday dear We were through before the start Well fool fool fool That I was to fall for you Oh what a fool I was To. think that you could love me too I . .Appears on the albums. I Just Want to Make Music, Vol. 2. Kay Starr.
Wheel of Fortune" is a popular song written by Bennie Benjamin and George David Weiss and published in 1951. It is best remembered in the 1952 hit version by Kay Starr. The song was originally recorded in 1951, for RCA by Johnny Hartman, and about the same time for Crescendo Records by Al Costello with the Walter Scott Orchestra. Several hit versions of "Wheel of Fortune" were released in 1952
Allez-Vous-En - Kay Starr. Seçiniz Video açılmıyor Video içeriği hatalı Şarkı sözü hatalı Şarkı sözü ve video uyuşmuyor. Bildiriminiz için teşekkürler. Kay Starr - Allez-Vous-En Şarkı Sözü. Allez-vous-en, allez-vous-en, monsieur Allez-vous-en, go away Allez-vous-en, allez-vous-en, monsieur I have no time for you today Do be a dear, just disappear, monsieur Bid me farewell, do do do Allez-vous-en, please go away, monsieur Or I may go away with you Repeats (after a fashion)-.
Fool, Fool, Fool" is a 1951 song by The Clovers. The single was their second number one on the R&B chart and their most successful song on that chart, spending six weeks at the number-one position. com/Fool, Fool, Fool. Allez-vous-en, Kay Starr. I'll Never Be Free, Kay Starr.
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Written-By – A. Nugetre. B5. Allez-Vous-En, Go Away. Written-By – Cole Porter.
Allez-Vous-En" is a popular song. It was written by Cole Porter and was published in 1953. The song was featured in the musical Can-Can. 4. Kay Starr – Katherine Laverne Starks, known as Kay Starr, was an American pop and jazz singer who enjoyed considerable success in the 1940s and 1950s. She is best remembered for introducing two songs that became hits in the 1950s, Wheel of Fortune and The Rock And Roll Waltz, Starr was successful in every field of music she tried, jazz, pop and country. 6. Bing Crosby – Harry Lillis Bing Crosby, Jr. was an American singer and actor.