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    1. Kigagrel

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      Larry Shay (August 10, in Chicago, Illinois – February 22, in Newport Beach, California) was an American songwriter. In he co-authored his most famous song, "When You're Smiling.".
    2. Kagasho

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      garber- davis that bran new gal o mine you're in kentucky sure as you're born label is clean record has been visually graded in vg condition (scuffs,marks) all 78 rpm records are shipped in a 12x12x6 box with record in 2x2 pieces of cardboard and bubble wrap and packing material around the "sandwich"Seller Rating: % positive.
    3. Kazrajin

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      Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Sure As You're Born (You're in Kentucky) · Cleo Laine · John Dankworth If We Lived On the .
    4. Moogukinos

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    5. Tygogami

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      Disclaimer: The National Jukebox is a project of the Library of Congress Packard Campus for Audio Visual Conservation. The goal of the Jukebox is to present to the widest audience possible early commercial sound recordings, offering a broad range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to education and lifelong learning.
    6. Taujind

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      In , he received the Jefferson Award for public service in South Central Kentucky. In addition to his work with Orchestra Kentucky, Reed served as principal guest conductor of Symphony Orchestra Augusta and has also served as music director of the North Charleston Pops and the Murfreesboro Symphony. He is represented by agent Rachel Bowron.
    7. Arashimi

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      78_youre-in-kentucky-sure-as-youre-born-estas-en-kentucky-no-hay-dude_henry-santr_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Kevin Gigler User_metadataentered Sean Clark User_transferred Sean Clark.
    8. Shaktill

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      "Kentucky," however, is a fabulous, straight bluegrass ballad. A real homesick ballad -- à la "Blue Canadian Rockies" or "Colorado" -- it was probably more than appropriate for the Brothers to record at this stage of their career, when the pop whirlwind gave them little chance to return home.

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