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  1. Akilrajas
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Fred Astaire - An Evening With Fred Astaire at Discogs. Complete your Fred Astaire collection.
  2. Kale
    This page lists the song chart entries of Fred Astaire. The songs are listed with the most widely successful first. As with all songs of the s some of these may be credited to the band leaders, some to the bands and some to the vocalist. We try and keep things consistent but if you find a place where we've failed to do that please inform us.
  3. Mikazragore
    I've got you on my mind Although I'm disinclined You're not so hot, you But I've got you on my mind I'd thank the Gods above If I could only love Somebody not you But I've got you on my mind Let my poor upset leisure be Otherwise my pet treasure be They'll arrange to let pleasure be A bit less refined For darling, not until I get that famous thrill.
  4. Yozshurr
    You call me Fred Astaire Those eyes, damn those eyes, they get me every time Those eyes, in those eyes, I can do no crime When I dance like I don't care You call me Fred Astaire All my idiosyncrasies, you like 'em Annoyed at all the little things I know I can be frustrating But you .
  5. Moshura
    Fred Astaire. Fred Astaire (born Frederick Austerlitz; May 10, – June 22, ) was an American film and Broadway stage dancer, choreographer, singer, musician and actor. His stage and subsequent film career spanned a total of 76 years, during which he made 31 musical films.
  6. Dait
    Performer: Leo Reisman and his Orchestra; Fred AstaireWriter: Cole PorterFox Trot; Vocal refrain; From the musical comedy Gay gantioderorapestlatawhimbelgncidad.xyzinfozed at
  7. Yogore
    Fred Astaire Lyrics: Well, of course I miss you, baby / I've been thinking lately that you don't need me anymore / You'd better be with Fred Astaire / He could take you anywhere / If you ask him to.
  8. Arashiramar
    Fred Astaire was the early paragon of cool, both in his graceful dancing and his plain-spoken but subtle singing. Granted, he certainly benefited from his material -- which include many of Gershwin's greatest -- but he sounded like no one else, not even Bing Crosby, and he influenced countless vocalists after him.(Mel Tormé did the best tribute on Sings Fred Astaire.)10/

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