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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
(Eddie is a jinx)
(Eddie is a jinx)
Hey Eddie please don't help me
This is a job I can do by myself
There is no need for you to stay
Please, Eddie
floor"
No, I didn't find what I was looking for
Still I had to go
From Fisher Road to Hollywood
Still I had to go
From Fisher Road to Hollywood
COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS (Instead of Sheep)
Eddie Fisher/Rosemary Clooney/Bing Crosby 
(Irving Berlin)
from the 1954 movie "White Christmas".

When
Mad Hatter is on my mind.
So sad, sad to see the way it grew
Those other people that I knew
That have either fell or faltered.
Mad Hatter is on my
Thoughts one a penny
Two a penny penny in
Your pocket ding dong bell, who
Can tell Wild Man Fisher
Got nothing on me

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

When
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
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
it folks

And then he started cookin',
Every time he played
Some melodic melody fast or slow
You could tell that it was Hawkins,

No other one
it folks

And then he started cookin',
Every time he played
Some melodic melody fast or slow
You could tell that it was Hawkins,

No other one
And then he started cookin' 
Every time he played
Some melodic melody fast or slow
You could tell that it was Hawkins 

No other one ever has
Quite
it folks

And then he started cookin',
Every time he played
Some melodic melody fast or slow
You could tell that it was Hawkins,

No other one
it folks

And then he started cookin',
Every time he played
Some melodic melody fast or slow
You could tell that it was Hawkins,

No other one
it folks

And then he started cookin',
Every time he played
Some melodic melody fast or slow
You could tell that it was Hawkins,

No other one
it folks

And then he started cookin',
Every time he played
Some melodic melody fast or slow
You could tell that it was Hawkins,

No other one
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
and Enfield
To answer smartly sir and shine the boots
Me and all the other poor bastards
Glengarry bonnets on at bugle call
I never thought I looked good in
without meaning, we will die without reason,
And the world will not shrug all that much at our passing.
Yes you can try and try and try,
But no one ever
Don't let me pass you by

Tomorrow there will be no rain
Tomorrow there'll be no more pain
Tomorrow if you feel the same
Call me [x2]

Here's
An Overweight Lover discover, no other brother can smother
If I ever fell I'd bounce back like rubber
I'm rough and tough, all that stuff, call my bluff
You
Temptations: I can't get next to you
Eddie: No matter what I do
Temptations: I can't get next to you, babe
Temptations: Wooo, oooh-oooh
Wooo, oooh-oooh
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
have no more Faith like Biggie
I battle on many levels, I shatter so many devils
'Fore you challenge me you better know the essentials
It's the K
you wake up, then I'll play you the Eddie Fisher record