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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
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS (Instead of Sheep)
Eddie Fisher/Rosemary Clooney/Bing Crosby 
(Irving Berlin)
from the 1954 movie "White Christmas".

When
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
tonight

Dance a little closer to me
Hey, it's closing time 
And love's on sale
Tonight at this five and dime

Eddie played the steel guitar
And his
on sale tonight at this five and dime
 
One of the boys in Eddie's band took a shine to Rita's hands
So Eddie ran off with the bass man's wife
Oh but he
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS (Instead of Sheep)
Eddie Fisher/Rosemary Clooney/Bing Crosby 
(Irving Berlin)
from the 1954 movie "White Christmas".

When
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
yeah
I love Paris
I love the way the children groove

You can see black and white
Side by side
Oh what a nice sight...
I feel so right
My
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,
on sale tonight at this five and dime
 
One of the boys in Eddie's band took a shine to Rita's hands
So Eddie ran off with the bass man's wife
Oh but he
Mademoiselle Mademoiselle of gay Paris think back think back remember me
Mademoiselle Mademoiselle in dreams I see wour smiling face and gay Paris
We
can't help it if I love her
She can't help loving me
But she was Eddie's girl and he's got a lot of friends
And all of them looking for me

Never ran
only words to please

And now the lights of Paris
Grow dim and fade away,
And I know by the light of Paris
I will never see her again
Her words of love are only words to please

And now the lights of Paris
Grow dim and fade away,
And I know by the light of Paris
I will never see
A thousand motels waiting to trash
Tv dinners, well I love that bash
And if you Eddie, just say hi
This party's open so drop on by

All your dreams will
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
A thousand motels waiting to trash
Tv dinners, well I love that bash
And if you eddie, just say hi
This party's open so drop on by

All your dreams will
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
But Hawkins was his name

He sure could swing and play pretty too
Sounds good to me, should sound good to you
I love to hear him playing Body
I feel so lost and lonely
Standing by the river Seine
I don't know how I got here or why I came
But everywhere I see her smiling face
I remember
Jimmy Buffett & Carrie Fisher
It's the reason for livin'
That's what I'm givin'
I don't need a history lesson
To tell my why 

I mean I'm in no
Welcome, my friends, to Paris.
Here, have a flower on me.
Forget where you're from.
You're in France!
Children, come!
I'll show you that French