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How Do I Love Thee? - Franklyn MacCormack - Why I Love You (Shellac)

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  1. Program #1,2,3. Chartoc Coleman syndication, Columbia transcription. Music fill for local commercial insert. Poetry readings with organ accompaniment, programs run about five minutes each. Well done of this type. Pgm. #1: "Why Do I Love You?" Pgm #2: "The Day Is Done." Pgm #3: "Should You Go First." Franklyn MacCormack. 15 minutes.
  2. 78_why-i-love-you_franklyn-maccormack-guy-lombardo-and-his-royal-canadians-leonard-joy_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned David Skovron User_metadataentered Chris Cain User_transferred Chris Cain.
  3. Read about Why I Love You from Franklyn MacCormack's Why I Love You and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  4. Feel Like Makin' Love Lyrics: Strollin' in the park / Watchin' winter turn to spring / Walkin' in the dark / Watchin' lovers do their thing / That's the time I feel like making love to you / That.
  5. Why? 'cause i love you why? 'cause you love me I think you're awfully sweet why? because i love you you say i'm your special treat why? because you love me We found the perfect love yes, a love that's yours and mine i love you and love you me all the time (i'll never let you go) (why? because i love you) yes, i love you (i'll always love you so.
  6. Franklyn MacCormack was born on March 8, in Waterloo, Iowa, USA. He was an actor, known for Cavalcade of America (). He died on July 12, in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
  7. O, teach me how you look and with what art You sway the motion of Demetrius' heart. Oh, teach me how you look the way you do, and which tricks you used to make Demetrius fall in love with you.
  8. Franklyn forsook a college education for the theater. His association with Wayne King, one of the great band leaders of the early days of radio, lasted for twelve years. During this time he recorded his famous "Melody of Love" with the Waltz King, which has sold over two million copies to date. Mr. MacCormack was a member of the WBBM radio.

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