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Community Sing 7662: One-zy, Two-zy (1946)

 -  Short | Music  -  1 August 1946 (USA)
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Don Baker, The Song Spinners, and the Bouncing Ball present the songs "Atlanta. G. A" - "Welcome to My Dream" - "Who's Sorry Now?" - "Seems Like Old Times" and a counting lesson, where the ... See full summary »

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Don Baker, The Song Spinners, and the Bouncing Ball present the songs "Atlanta. G. A" - "Welcome to My Dream" - "Who's Sorry Now?" - "Seems Like Old Times" and a counting lesson, where the audience gets to singalong, "Onezy, Two-zy." Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Who's Sorry Now?
Written by Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar and Ted Snyder
Played on the organ by Don Baker
Sung by The Song Spinners
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