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I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)
(1930)
Music by Doc Daugherty (as Daugherty) and Ellis Reynolds (as Reynolds)
Lyrics by Al Neiburg (as Neiburg)
Performed by John Pizzarelli
Published by Bourne Co.
John Pizzarelli appears courtesy of Telarc International
There's No Tomorrow
(1949)
Written by Leo Corday (as L. Corday), Leon Carr (as L. Carr), Al Hoffman (as A. Hoffman)
Music based on "O Sole Mio" by Eduardo Di Capua (1898) (uncredited)
Performed by Andrew Poretz
Published by Fred Ahlert Music, Music Sales Corp., Sis' n Bro Music Company
Lonely For You
(ca 1960)
Written by Frank De Felitta (as Frank DeFelitta)
Performed by Andrew Poretz
Also Sung a bit by John Pizzarelli (uncredited)
Published by Empty Dawn Music
Papa Loves Mambo
(1954)
Written by Al Hoffman (as A. Hoffman), Dick Manning (as D. Manning), Bickley Reichner (as B. Reichner)
Performed by Andrew Poretz
Published by Shapiro Bernstein Co., Inc., Music Sales Corp.
Calypso Italiano
(2000)
Written by Christopher Guardino (as C. Guardino) and Raymond De Felitta (as R. DeFelitta)
Published by Empty Dawn Music, Other Chips Music
Dot's Cheesecake
(1995)
Written by John Bunch (as J. Bunch), Bucky Pizzarelli (as B. Pizzarelli),
Bob Haggart (as B. Haggart)
Lyrics by John Pizzarelli (as J. Pizzarelli)
Performed by John Pizzarelli Trio
Published by Baby Makes Three / Deganawidah Music / John Bunch Music
John Pizzarelli appears courtesy of Telarc International
Wouldn't Trade You
(Also called "I Wouldn't Trade You")
Written by John Pizzarelli (as J. Pizzarelli), Jessica Molasky
Performed by John Pizzarelli Trio
Published by Baby Makes Three / Deganawidah Music / John Bunch Music
John Pizzarelli appears courtesy of Telarc International
Have Another One, Not Me
(1983)
Written by Joe Mooney (as J. Mooney)
Performed by John Pizzarelli Trio
Published by Baby Makes Three / Deganawidah Music / John Bunch Music
John Pizzarelli appears courtesy of Telarc International
Questa o quella (This Woman or That)
from "Rigoletto" (1851)
Written by Giuseppe Verdi (as G. Verdi)
Courtesy of FirstCom Music Library, Chappel Music Library
Where Are the Stars
Written by David Heneker
Courtesy of FirstCom Music Library, Chappel Music Library
La donna è mobile (Woman Is Fickle)
from "Rigoletto" (1851)
Written by Giuseppe Verdi
Under license from Naxos of America
Easy Beat
Written by Malcolm Lockyer
Courtesy of FirstCom Music Library, Chappel Music Library

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