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  1. My Funny Valentine Lyrics: My funny valentine / Sweet comic valentine / You make me smile with my heart / Your looks are laughable / Unphotographable / Yet you're my favorite work of art / Is your.
  2. Jul 28,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group My Funny Valentine · Maurice Vander Piano Jazz ℗ Decca Records France Released on: Associated Pe.
  3. "My Funny Valentine" is a show tune from the Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart musical Babes in Arms in which it was introduced by former child star Mitzi Green. The song became a popular jazz standard, appearing on over albums performed by over artists.
  4. Grace Haggerty - My Funny Valentine () FLAC FLAC 16 bit / Jazz / Vocal Jazz , 0 aleXs All albums Grace Haggerty Quality: FLAC 16 bit / kHz (Tracks).
  5. Jan 01,  · My Funny Valentine, a song by Maurice Vander on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, Music Duration: 3 min.
  6. My funny valentine: versions par artistes, Chet Baker, Gerry Mulligan, Saez, Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, Frank Sinatra, Roy Hargrove Big Band, Michael Bublé, Maurice Vander, Rhoda Scott, James Ingram, Dianne Reeves, Rhoda Scott, Ricky .
  7. Thou knowest not, my dim-witted friend The picture thou hast made Thy vacant brow, and thy tousled hair Conceal thy good intent Thou noble upright truthful sincere, And slightly dopey gent You're my funny valentine, Sweet comic valentine, You make me smile with my .
  8. Apr 22,  · Chris Botti performing "My Funny Valentine" with Sting at the Wilshire Theatre, December
  9. Miles Davis' concert of February 12, , was divided into two LPs, with all of the ballads put on My Funny unofalmysotperptatetavithymisp.coinfo five lengthy tracks (specifically, "All of You," "Stella by Starlight," "All Blues," "I Thought About You," and the title cut) put the emphasis on the lyricism of Davis, along with some strong statements from tenor saxophonist George Coleman and freer moments from the.

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