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Where Are You Now - Eydie Gorme* - Where Are You Now / Just Dance On By (Vinyl)

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  1. Just Dance on By / Where Are You Now, a Single by Eydie Gormé. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7").3/5(1).
  2. But seeing you is grand And you were sweet to offer your hand I understand Adieu Pardon my asking what's new Of course you couldn't know I haven't changed I still love you so Adieu Pardon my asking what's new Of course you couldn't know I haven't changed I still love you so.
  3. Eydie Gorme A: Do I Hear A Waltz? B: After You've Gone: Columbia USA: 15 Feb 7" 0: Eydie Gorme A: Just Dance On By B: Where Are You Now: Columbia USA: 10 May 7" 2: Eydie Gorme A: Don't Go To Strangers Eydie Gorme (With The Trio Los Panchos) B: Mas Amor (More Love) Columbia USA: 8 Nov 7" 1: Eydie.
  4. I Know (Et Pourtant) * Put Away Your Teardrops * Last Night I Made A Little Girl Cry * The Week-End * I'm Making The Same Mistakes Again * Bonus Tracks / EYDIE GORME: Blame It On The Bossa Nova * Don't Try To Fight It, Baby * Everybody Go Home * I Want You To Meet My Baby * Can't Get Over (The Bossa Nova) * Just Dance On By * Where Are You Now.
  5. A Date with Eydie Gormé by Eydie Gorme: Listen to songs by Eydie Gorme on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  6. Feb 13,  · She’s a big fan of Eydie’s—she just adored her,” Steve reveals. “She said ‘You’re the best, Eydie, you really are.’ Eydie looked at her, straight in the face, and said, ‘You know.
  7. One of the great stylists of the American popular song, Eydie Gorme has had a loyal following from the s to the present. She achieved national prominence with her appearances on Steve Allen’s Tonight! show, where she met and performed with her husband Steve Lawrence. Gorme’s dynamic nightclub act, frequently as a duo with Lawrence, has continued to draw sell-out .
  8. Aug 12,  · Eydie Gorme, a pop singer who, along with her husband Steve Lawrence, became a top American nightclub and television act, later finding success on her own with hits like "Blame it on the Bossa.

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