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They Cant Take That Away From Me - Anita Ellis - I Wonder What Became Of Me (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Ooh won't you tell me what's right. Somebody tell me now Believe in destiny, believe in humanity, believe in we'll meet again Somehow, somewhere, someday. Why, tell me why, tell me why, tell me why do I pray I need to know right now oooh. Why, tell me why, tell me why, tell me why do I pray I hope that freedom soon will come our way.
  2. I got my wings to carry me I don't know freedom I want my dreams to rescue me I keep my faith strong I ask The Lord to follow me I've been unfaithful I don't know why You call on me Apparently, You believe in me, You believe in me Apparently, You believe in me and I thank you for it Another day another rhyme hoe Another day another time zone.
  3. Performer: ANITA ELLIS And Dick Maltby's OrchestraWriter: GershwinVocal smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfozed at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this.
  4. Call Me by Your Name () Timothée Chalamet as Elio. Annella Perlman: [Reading from The Heptaméron] A handsome young knight is madly in love with a princess, and she too is in love with him, though she seems not to be entirely aware of it.
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  6. I Wonder What Became of Me features 12 early tracks from cabaret vocalist Anita Ellis recorded in the mid-'50s. The program consists mainly of standards, as she dips into the songbooks of George and Ira Gershwin ("They Can't Take That Away from Me"), Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn ("Something to Live For"), Richard Rogers and Lorenz Hart ("Wait Till You See Him"), and Harold Arlen and 5/5(4).
  7. Feb 02,  · ANITA ELLIS, the slim, dark‐haired singer who began performing 40 years ago (she was In the film version of “Babes in Arms,” with Judy Garland and .
  8. Then Anita broke into a beam of such radiance and forgiveness that my breath caught and my throat began to ache. They linked arms again and walked away, leaving questions buzzing around my head like a heat-hazy fly. It had been the first time Anita had ever talked to me and I had wondered what I had done to deserve it.

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