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1990
Label: Yesterdays Gold - YDG 45814 • Format: Cassette Compilation Double Playing Time • Country: Portugal • Genre: Jazz, Pop •
Dear Lonely Hearts - Nat King Cole - 22 Love Songs (Cassette)

Cause I'm gonna love her (I'm gonna love her) I'll always be true (I'll always be true) Dear Lonely Hearts Oh please see what you can do (see what you can do) I guess that's all (I guess that's.

Nat King Cole Dear Lonely Hearts.

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Dear Lonely Hearts is a studio album by Nat King Cole, arranged by Belford Hendricks. The title track went to #2 for two weeks on the Easy Listening charts and #13 on the Hot The LP peaked at #24 on the Billboard album chart.

Let's Fall In Love: D2: Love Is Here To Stay: D3: Orange Colored Sky: D4: These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) D5: Don't Get Around Much Anymore: D6: Lush Life: D7: Stardust: D8: Ain't Misbehavin' D9: Sweet Lorraine: D Dear Lonely Hearts (I'm Writing To You) D The Ballad Of Cat Ballou: D The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) E1.


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3 thoughts on “Dear Lonely Hearts - Nat King Cole - 22 Love Songs (Cassette)”

  1. Listen to Dear Lonely Hearts by Nat "King" Cole on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Dear Lonely Hearts", "Miss You" and more. Album · · 12 Songs. Love Songs The Christmas Song (Expanded Edition) Unforgettable

  2. Dear Lonely Hearts: A2: Miss You: A3: Why Should I Cry Over You? A4: Near You: A5: Yearning (Just For You) A6: My First And Only Lover: B1: All Over The World: B2: Oh, How I Miss You Tonight: B3: Lonesome And Sorry: B4: All By Myself: B5: Who's Next In Line? B6: It's A Lonesome /5(30).

  3.  · Dear Lonely Hearts (Halley-Anton) by Nat King Cole, orchestra & chorus conducted by Belford Hendricks, produced by Lee GilletteNat’s follow-up single to “Ram.

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