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May 15, 2019

 

 

In 52, ‘Sugarbush’, on Columbia,

reached No.8 for Doris Day & Frankie Laine.

Also in 52, ‘My Love And Devotion’, on Columbia,

gave Doris Day a Top 10 claim.

 

In 53, ‘Ma Says Pa Says’ peaked at No.12,

And ‘Full Time Job’, had a No.11 say.

Both these songs again on Columbia,

and she was joined by Johnny Ray.

 

Also in 53, ‘Let’s Walk Thata-way’, reached No.4.

This time on Philips, still with Johnny Ray.

And in 54, arrived ‘Secret Love’ – her second hit on Philips –

(a US No.1 and UK No.1, for a 9 week stay.)

 

Eight more hits followed on Philips – the next being –

‘Black Hills Of Dakota’, still in 54, making a No.7 score.

And finally in 54, ‘If I Give My Heart To You’,

with The Melloman, reached the Top 4.

 

Opening 55, ‘Ready Willing And Able’, peaked at No.7,

and ‘Love Me Or Leave Me’ had the Top 20 won.

Ending 55, ‘I’ll Never Stop Loving You’ made No.17,

And in 56, ‘Whatever Will Be Will Be’, for 6 weeks, was at No.1.

 

In 58, ‘A Very Precious Love’, climbed to No.16.

Also in 58, ‘Everybody Loves A Lover’, peaked at No.25.

In 64, ‘Move Over Darling’ on CBS, reached No.8, and in 87,

 ‘Move Over Darling’, on CBS, at No.45, once more did arrive.

 

Thank You For The Music

Doris Day (born Doris Kappelhoff)    1922 – 2019

 

 

 

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