Swingin' Down The Lane

Album: Songs For Swingin' Lovers (1923)
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  • In no way connected with the 1959 revue Swinging Down The Lane! this 1923 standard was written by American band leader Isham Jones with lyrics by Gus Kahn. Subtitled "An Old-Fashioned Song With a Fox Trot Swing," it is a fairly typical song of the big band era, and has been covered by among others, Frank Sinatra. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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