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Born in Liverpool, England, UK
Died in Los Angeles, California, USA

Mini Bio (1)

Songwriter ("Ole Buttermilk Sky", "That's Amore"), composer and author, he came to the US in 1916 and wrote special material for Bing Crosby, Fred Allen and Phil Harris. He also wrote material for the Armed Forces Radio Service's "Command Performance". Joining ASCAP in 1946, his chief musical collaborators included Hoagy Carmichael, Walter Scharf, Walter Schumann, Harry Warren, and Serge Walter. His other song compositions include "I Can't Get You Out of My Mind", "Once Upon a Dream", "It's Dreamtime", "Song of Scheherazade", "You Wonderful You", "Look at Me", "Saturday Date", "Just for Awhile", "Is It Yes, Or Is It No?", "Who Can Tell?", "Lonesome Gal", and "Am I in Love?".

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