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Peaked at # 2 in 1940, with competing versions by Dinah Shore at # 17 and by Bobby Byrne
	at # 19
Later charted by Perry Como (duet with Eddie
love and I don't care who knows it
And she's a good old fashioned girl

Where have you gone, Betty Crocker?
Come back, Brigitte Bardot, Eddie was in for
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS (Instead of Sheep)
Eddie Fisher/Rosemary Clooney/Bing Crosby 
(Irving Berlin)
from the 1954 movie "White Christmas".

When
in Eddie's band
Took a shine to Rita's hand
So , Eddie ran off with the bass man's wife

Oh, but he was back by June
Singin' a different tune
sun
Here's to all the tramps, the beggars and the rich
Here's to the fishers with no fish
Here's to all the faces with no names
All the passengers
The killer, Scylla, and the limping fool
All the beggars play by the beggars' own rules
On a sea of destruction

All right

A sea of destruction
and a darn good dancer
   They'd waltz the aisles of the five and dime
 
Eddie played the steel guitar, and his mama cried cuz he played in the bars
versions charted by Gordon Jenkins (#30) and Eddie Fisher (# 17)


Unless you give me your sunny smile
Unless you make living worth the while
Unless you
Written by Eddie Miller and W.S. Stevenson 
(As released by Patsy Cline August 12, 1957) 

Two cigarettes in an ashtray
My love and I, in a small
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS (Instead of Sheep)
Eddie Fisher/Rosemary Clooney/Bing Crosby 
(Irving Berlin)
from the 1954 movie "White Christmas".

When
That's why I know, yes I know
Hallelujah, I just love her so

If I call her on the telephone
"Say, baby, Eddie's all alone"
By the time you count
That's why I know, yes I know
Hallelujah, I just love her so

If I call her on the telephone
"Say, baby, Eddie's all alone"
By the time you count
still that love survived

[Chorus]

One of the boys in Eddie's band
Took a shine to Rita's hand
So , Eddie ran off with the bass man's wife

Oh,
and a darn good dancer
   They'd waltz the aisles of the five and dime
 
Eddie played the steel guitar, and his mama cried cuz he played in the bars
Skeletal city highs
Crazies with dumb replies
Nobody's eyes anymore

Frown on your beggar's face
Walking this lunarscape
Nothing in my lackaday
Written by Eddie Miller and W.S. Stevenson 
(As released by Patsy Cline August 12, 1957) 

Two cigarettes in an ashtray
My love and I, in a small
Inside my heart
Inside my dreams
And time will fade
In time we'll love 

In the street we walk as beggars
In the alley faithless kings
Ah, but it's
lookin' for true love
No, he didn't believe in that stuff
Eddie LeGrande was a hard workin' man
Who just needed a little good luck

His shoes were
you wake up, then I'll play you the Eddie Fisher record
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could
it too

All his fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could
fans in New York loved him
There's no one above him
Here in the USA
I've heard 'em say ol' Eddie was the man

Oh how he could sing
Man did he swing
my life for a beggar if he had someone close by his side
Sometimes I can't keep from crying crying cause no love have I

I know that I must keep