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I Want To Be Happy - Carl Fentons Orchestra - I Want To Be Happy / No, No, Nanette Medley (Shellac)

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  1. Lyrics to I Want to Be Happy [From No, No, Nanette] by Vincent Lopez & his Orchestra from the Hits of ' Yes Sir, That's My Baby! album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  2. I Want To Be Happy Carl Fenton's Orchestra - Brunswick I'll Close My Eyes To The Rest Of The World (And Dream Sweet Dreams Of You) Carl Fenton's Orchestra - Brunswick No, No, Nanette Medley Carl Fenton's Orchestra - Brunswick Not Now, Not Yet, But Soon Carl Fenton's Orchestra - Brunswick
  3. Apr 18,  · charleston style dance, if you wanna be happy by jimmy soul Disclaimer: I own none of the material used in this production, this purely is for entertainment purposes only. No money is being made off of this video.
  4. The song I Want to Be Happy was written by Vincent Youmans, Otto Harbach and Irving Caesar and was first performed by Phyllis Cleveland and Skeets Gallagher. It was first recorded by Carl Fenton's Orchestra in It was covered by Davide Palladin Trio, Oliver Jones with Herb Ellis & Red Mitchell, David Friesen with Clark Terry, Ken Peplowski & Jesper Thilo and other artists.
  5. No, No, Nanette Medley (No, No Nanette, Pot Pourrie) - Carl Fenton's Orchestra;Phil Ohman;Caesar;Youmans Notes The recording on the other side of this disc: I Want To Be Happy .
  6. I Want To Be Happy (Quiero ser feliz) - Carl Fenton's Orchestra;Caesar;Youmans Notes The recording on the other side of this disc: No, No, Nanette Medley (No, No Nanette, Pot Pourrie).
  7. I Want to Be Happy (from No, No Nanette); The Sheik of Araby; Baby Face; Somebody Stole My Gal by Mrs. Mills was written by Harry Akst, Benny Davis, Francis Wheeler, Otto Harbach, Irving Caesar, Leo Wood, Harry B. Smith, Ted Snyder and Vincent Youmans and was first performed by Phyllis Cleveland and Skeets Gallagher. It was first recorded by Carl Fenton's Orchestra in
  8. Transcript for Pharrell Williams 'Happy' About His Best Original Song Nomination As we count down to Oscar Sunday right around the corner, one of this year's nominees now has the highest charting.

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