Sing Something Simple

Album: The Second Little Show (1930)
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  • "Sing Something Simple" was written by Herman Hupfeld, who is best known as the composer of "As Time Goes By." It was introduced in The Second Little Show by Ruth Tester. It was also used in the 1931 revue Folly To Be Wise. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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