January 2 1972 for 4 weeks
They send me to eat in the kitchen When company comes... 1902-1967
1973; peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Country chart
Hollywood Memorial Park; Hollywood California
They are usually warning other birds to keep out of their territory or trying to attract a mate
When to battle fierce came forth, All the might of Denmark's crown, And her arms along the deep proudly shone; By each the lighted brand, In a bold determined hand, And the price of all the land, Led them on.
I stand and I wait for the touch of your hand in the June night. The roses are sighing a Moonlight Serenade. lyrics by Mitchell Parish and music by Glenn Miller. Originally called "Now I Lay Me Down To Weep" when it was recorded as the other side of "Sunrise Serenade" in 1939. It became the signature song of The Glenn Miller Orchestra and first appeared in the film "Sun Valley Serenade." in 1941.
A leader of the Methodist movement in England and younger brother of John Wesley. it was first published in the book "Hymns and Sacred Poems" in 1739. the tune most frequently associated with it today was based on a chorus by Felix Mendelssohn in 1840.
Director: Basil Dean. Also starred Stanley Holloway, Frank Pettingell & Lawrence Grossmith. Plot: When the tectile mill closes, putting her out of work, Gracie finds herself experiencing all the amusements of Blackpool.
Director: Joan Littlewood. Also starred Avis Bunnage, Brian Murphy & George Sewell. Plot: Charlie (Booth) returns to the East End after two years at sea to find his house demolished and wife Maggie (Windsor) gone...
"...whose warmest heart recoiled at war"
“For Me, It’s You” by Train
“Bad Day” by Daniel Powter
Director: Lewis D. Collins. Also starred Jameson Thomas, Berton Churchill & Boots Mallory. Plot: A respected war correspondent is found murdered, with three bullets--from three different guns--in him...
1939; #1 on the Billboard chart
Lyrics published in Altar Songs, Verses on the Holy Eucharist, 1867. Rowland Prichard wrote the music (Hyfrydol). Alternate tunes: 'Adoration' (Luard-Selby) by Bertram Luard-Selby, in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1904, 'Alleluia' (Wesley) by Samuel S.Wesley, in the European Psalmist, 1872 & 'Lowell' by H. Ernest Nichol, 1905
Also starred: Spencer Tracy
Romance by Edgar Allan Poe
I Sing of Olaf Glad and Big by E. E. Cummings
1936; #1 on the Billboard chart; highest ranked version
American poet from Song of Myself