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Harry Allen|The Bloody Happy Song

The Bloody Happy Song

Harry Allen

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The Bloody Happy Song
00:04:22

Harry Allen, MainArtist - Harry Adams Allen, Composer

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2
Sweet Little Things
00:03:13

Harry Allen, MainArtist - Harry Adams Allen, Composer

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3
I Got Lost in His Arms
00:05:53

Irving Berlin, Composer - Harry Allen, MainArtist

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4
Too Close for Comfort
00:04:33

GEORGE DAVID WEISS, Composer - Jerry Bock, Composer - Larry Holofcener, Composer - Harry Allen, MainArtist

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5
The Summer Knows
00:05:24

Michel Legrand, Composer - Marilyn Bergman, Composer - Alan Bergman, Composer - Harry Allen, MainArtist

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More
00:04:37

Riz Ortolani, Composer - Nino Oliviero, Composer - Harry Allen, MainArtist

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7
Somebody I Just Met
00:04:28

Harry Allen, MainArtist - Harry Adams Allen, Composer - Gregg Oppenheimer, Composer

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Should I?
00:02:36

ARTHUR FREED, Composer - NACIO HERB BROWN, Composer - Harry Allen, MainArtist

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9
The Single Petal of a Rose
00:05:59

Duke Ellington, Composer - Billy Strayhorn, Composer - Harry Allen, MainArtist

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10
I Get Along Without You Very Well
00:03:44

HOAGY CARMICHAEL, Composer - Harry Allen, MainArtist

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