[78-L] Songs about love - pre 1945

David Lennick dlennick at sympatico.ca.invalid
Sat Oct 4 14:47:51 PDT 2014

I Love You (Harry Archer comp)
(I Love You x3) Sweetheart of All My Dreams
(I'm In Love With You) Honey
(I'll Be Loving You) Always  (or Sideways, but that's got nothing to do with 
your list)
It's Love Love Love (post 1945 but still big band..Lombardo)


On 10/4/2014 7:42 PM, Mark Bardenwerper wrote:
> On 10/4/2014 2:23 PM, Ron L'Herault wrote:
>> "Moonlight Becomes You" comes to mind immediately.
>> Then there is "I'm In The Mood For Love"  and of course Moonlight Serenade.
>> Ron L
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>> List time again...
>> Academic request came in asking me to come up with a couple dozen tunes from
>> the big band era of songs about love, in various facets of same, and be
>> prepared to speak about a few of them.  (Handy that I can use this for a
>> show playlist, too.)
>> Love need not be in the title
>> True, False, Unrequited etc
>> As Time Goes By
>> What is this Thing Called Love
>> All of Me
>> Til the End of Time
>> Love for Sale
>> Little White Lies
>> Vagabond Lover
>> Got some favorites ya wanna throw at me?
> Sooo many of them, where would it end? Perhaps this one is a bit late in
> the era, but is is a favorite of mine and speaks to the greater meaning
> of the word "love." And it is truly an extraordinary tune sung by one of
> the greats, Nat Cole. I recommend "Nature Boy."
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iq0XJCJ1Srw

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