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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Ms. Laura's End of Days dance party............. ;)

To quote Peggy Lee: "Is that all there is?"

And so goodbye-Al Bowlly w/ The Ray Noble Orch
At the end of the road- Paul Whiteman w/ Bing Crosby
Bye and bye-Louis Armstrong
Dark rapture-Helen Humes w/ The Count Basie Orch.
Don't let us say goodbye-Slim Gaillard
Ev'ry goodbye ain't gone-Benny Carter
Everytime we say goodbye-Dick Powell
Goodbye blues-The Mills Brothers
Goodbye Blues-Connie's Inn Orch./Fletcher Henderson
Happy ending-Jack Payne and his Orch.
I'm gonna kiss myself goodbye-Bunny Berigan
I'm saving the last waltz for you-Al Bowlly w/ The Ray Noble Orch
If it's the last thing I do-Benny Goodman, V=Martha Tilton
It won't be long now-Fletcher Henderson
Last call blues-Spirits of Rhythm
Mama's gone, goodbye-Bob Dunn
Our last goodbye-Sons of the West
Save the last dance for me-Russ Columbo
She didn't even kiss me goodbye-Tex Williams
Taking off-Milton Brown and his Musical Brownies
That's the beginning of the end-Nat Kig Cole Trio
The end of my journey-Sister Rosetta Tharpe
The end of the line-Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys
The last goodbye-Hank Penny
The last roundup-George Olsen Orch.
The song is ended-Annette Hanshaw and her Sizzlin' Syncopators
This is the beginning of the end-Frank Sinatra
This is the end of a dream-The Basin Street Boys
Till the end of time-Doris Day
Waitin' at the end of the road-The Texas Wanderers
When you come to the end of the road-The Ink Spots

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