Popular Songs From 1950

SONGS FROM 1950: ALL - ZING

All My Love (the skies may fall my love, but I will still be true) – 1950 – Patti Page 

Bewitched – 1950 – Gordon Jenkins 

Bewitched – 1950 – Bill Snyder  

Bonaparte’s Retreat – 1950 – Kay Starr 

Can Anyone Explain? – 1950/1951 – The Ames Brothers 

Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy – 1950 – Red Foley 

Cry Of The Wild Goose, The – 1950 – Frankie Laine 

Dear Hearts And Gentle People – 1950 – Bing Crosby 

Goodnight Irene (I'll see you in my dreams) – 1950 – Gordon Jenkins and The Weavers 

Harbor Lights – 1950 – Sammy Kaye 

Hoop-Dee-Doo – 1950 – Perry Como 

I Can Dream, Can’t I – 1950 – Andrews Sisters and Gordon Jenkins 

I Don’t Care If The Sun Don’t Shine – 1950 – Patti Page

I Love You Because – 1949/1950 – Leon Payne  

I Love You Because (cover version) – 1950 – Ernest Tubb 

I Love You Because (cover version) – 1950 – Clyde Moody

I Wanna Be Loved (I feel like acting my age, I'm past the stage of merely turtle-doving) – 1950 – Andrews Sisters and Gordon Jenkins 

If I Knew You Were Coming I’d’ve Baked A Cake – 1950 – Eileen Barton 

I’ll Never Be Free – 1950 – Tennessee Ernie Ford and Kay Starr 

It Isn’t Fair – 1950 – Sammy Kaye and Don Cornell 

Mona Lisa – 1950 – Nat King Cole 

Music, Music, Music – 1950 – Teresa Brewer 

My Foolish Heart – 1950 – Gordon Jenkins 

My Foolish Heart (cover version) – 1949/1950 - Billy Eckstine   

Rag Mop – 1950 – The Ames Brothers 

Sam’s Song – 1950 – Gary and Bing Crosby 

Sentimental Me (darling can't you see, it was meant to be) – 1950/1951 – The Ames Brothers 

Simple Melody – 1950 – Gary and Bing Crosby 

Tennessee Waltz – 1950/1951 – Patti Page 

There’s No Tomorrow – 1950 – Tony Martin 

Thing, The – 1950/1951 – Phil Harris 

Third Man Theme (instrumental) (from the movie The Third Man) – 1950 – Anton Karas

Third Man Theme (instrumental) – 1950 – Guy Lombardo

Tzena, Tzena, Tzena – 1950 – Gordon Jenkins and The Weavers

Zing Zing Zoom Zoom - 1950 - Perry Como

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