In Monterey

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  • "In Monterey" is a song in 2/4 time written by Harry Williams and Neil Moret, copyright Charles N. Daniels, 1915. Moret was actually a pseudonym of publisher Daniels.
    According to the sheet music, it was performed by Billie Burke in the play Jerry. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England
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