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One For My Baby

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  1. Daibei
    One for my Baby BEWARE the version here modulates from cmaj to e maj in a way that anyone looking for the original version will be startled and disappointed by. Music Notes is usually pretty reliable in my experience but this particular case bucks the trend.3/5(3).
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  2. Bazshura
    One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) Composed By – Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer: 3: J. P. Blues Composed By – Joe Pass: 4: Poinciana Composed By – Buddy Bernier, Nat Simon: 5 (I Don'T Stand A) Ghost Of A Chance With You Composed By – Bing Crosby, Ned Washington, Victor Young: 6: I Remember You.
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  3. Mokree
    "One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)" is a hit song written by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer for the movie musical The Sky's the Limit () and first performed in the film by Fred Astaire. It was further popularized by Frank Sinatra.
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  4. Akile
    Jun 12,  · One For My Baby. Top Contributors: IGN-GameGuides, Hector Madrigal, If you climb the dinosaur and work your way to its mouth, you'll find one of .
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  5. Shaktim
    «One for My Baby Sheet Music» is a hit song written by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer for the movie musical The Sky’s the Limit (). It was popularized by Frank Sinatra. _____ Frank Sinatra Version It’s quarter to three, there’s no one in the place except you and me So, set ‘em up, Joe, I .
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  6. Diramar
    Nov 14,  · Directed by A.J. Quinn. With Tom Chambers, Tina Hobley, Sharon Maughan, Robert Powell.
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  7. Megar
    There's no one in the place ex - cept you and me, So, set 'em up, Joe, I got a lit - tle sto - ry You oughta know. We're drinkin', my friend, to the end of a brief ep - i - sode --Make it one for my baby and one more for the road. I got the routine, So drop an - oth - er nick - el in the mach - ine; I feel kind - a bad, wish you'd make the mu - sic.
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  8. Jugul
    However, "One for My Baby" could not be similarly swept aside. The song has been recorded countless times, including four times by Frank Sinatra, and is considered a Johnny Mercer classic. The inspiration for the song was Mercer's affair with Judy Garland, just as it was for "I Remember You.".
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