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|Notes: ~ Popularized by Van and
Schenck in vaudeville. Then they interpolated it in the
Stage musical "Ziegfield Follies of 1923"
during its run. Recorded in 1951 on the same day as
"More Than You Know" and "Without a
Song" and released as a single on the flip side of "I Found a Million Dollar Baby (
In a Five and Ten Cent Store )" it was not released again until 1965
when included in the RCA Camden compilation
"Somebody Loves Me."
Music 1903: "( You’re the Flower of My Heart ) Sweet Adeline" by U.S. composer Henry W. Armstrong, 24, lyrics by Richard H. Gerard (R. G. Husch), 27, whose words, inspired by the farewell tour of Italian diva Adelina Patti, will be sung by generations of barbershop quartets (the song will be used as a campaign theme for Boston mayoral candidate John W. "Honey Fitz" Fitzgerald)"That Old Gang of Mine" was also recorded by Perry for Decca With Ted Weems & His Orchestra Recorded October 4, 1939 for Decca in New York
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