Tina Marie

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"Tina Marie" is a popular song. It was written by Bob Merrill and was published in 1955, [1] and performed by Perry Como with an accompaniment with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra with The Ray Charles Singers



On June 21, 1955, Perry Como recorded the song for RCA Victor.The recording was released on a number of singles:

Chart performance

In the US, "Tina Marie" reached position number 5 on the Billboard chart. [2]

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  1. "Original versions of Tina Marie written by Bob Merrill". Secondhandsongs.com. Retrieved 29 April 2021.
  2. Whitburn, Joel (2013). Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles, 14th Edition: 1955-2012. Record Research. p. 187.