Holly Golightly

Album: Breakfast At Tiffany's (1966)
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  • "Holly Golightly" is the opening song from the 1966 flop musical Holly Golightly. Written by Bob Merrill, it is a passable number that was sung originally by Richard Chamberlain as Jeff. Although the show didn't make it to Broadway, it was revived for the London stage with a limited season in September 2013 where it was known by the more familiar name Breakfast At Tiffany's. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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