Thanks for the Memory" (1938) is a popular song composed by Ralph Rainger with lyrics by Leo Robin. It was introduced in the 1938 film The Big Broadcast of 1938 by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross, and recorded by Shep Fields and His Orchestra featuring John Serry Sr. on accordion in the film and vocals by Bob Goday on Bluebird Records (B-7318, 1937)
Aggiungi tag. 30s. Con Robert Johnson, Louis Armstrong e . 40s. Con Glenn Miller, The Ink Spots e Frank Sinatra. I'm Through With Love (Digital 45). Dolly Dawn. With A Song In My Heart.
The Great American Songbook Volume IV 릴리스에 대한 크레딧, 리뷰, 트랙을 보고 쇼핑하세요. Thanks For The Memory. Written-By – Leo Robin, Ralph Rainger. My One And Only Love. Written-By – Guy Wood, Robert Mellin, Roy Hargrove. Manufactured For – BMG Direct – D162788.
Fourth album, same as the first. Ever since he successfully reinvented himself as a lazy lounge singer in 2002 with It Had to Be You: The Great American Songbook, Rod Stewart has been reliable as clockwork, releasing a collection of classic pop standards - predictable choices performed predictably - every second or third week of October
Thanks For The Memory. 3. The Moon And The Willow Tree. 4. The Moon Of Manakoora.
Thanks for the memories. Спасибо за эти воспоминания, Thanks for the memories. Спасибо за эти воспоминания. See, he tastes like you.
Thanks for the memory Of things I can't forget, journeys on a jet Our wondrous week in Martinique and Vegas and roulette How lucky I was. And thanks for the memory Of summers by the sea, dawn in Waikiki We had a pad in London, but we didn't stop for tea How cozy it was. Now since our breakup, I wake up Alone on a gray morning-after I long for the sound of your laughter And then I see the laugh's on m. Thanks for the memory Of letters I destroyed, books that we enjoyed Tonight, the way things look, I need a book by Sigmund Freud How brainy he was. Gone are those evenings on Broadway Together we'd go to a great show But now I begin with the Late Show And wish that you were watching too. I know it's a fallacy That grown men never cry; baby, that's a lie We had our bed of roses, but forgot that roses die And thank you so much.
Features Song Lyrics for Rod Stewart's Thanks for the Memory. The Great American Songbook, Vol. IV album.