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"To Know You (Is to Love You)" is a popular song. The music was written by Robert Allen, the lyrics by Allan Roberts.The song was published in 1952.
The best-known recording of the song was made by Perry Como. It was first recorded on June 19, 1952, as a duet with Betty Hutton which was never released; Como and The Fontane Sisters with Michell Ayres' and his orchestra redid the song on September 9, 1952.This second recording was released as a 78 rpm single in the United States by RCA Victor Records (catalog number 20-4959, with the flip side "My Lady Loves to Dance") and in the United Kingdom by HMV in January 1953 (catalog number B-10400, with the flip side "Don't Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes"). The US version reached number 19 on the Billboard charts.
Another recording was made by Como of the song on May 21, 1959. This version was done for the album Como Swings .
"Because" is a song with music and lyrics by Guy d'Hardelot and English lyrics by Edward Teschemacher, originally published in 1902.
"Wanted" is a popular song written by Jack Fulton and Lois Steele.
"Little Things Mean a Lot" is a popular song written by Edith Lindeman (lyrics) and Carl Stutz (music), published in 1953. Lindeman was the leisure editor of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and Stutz, a disc jockey from Richmond, Virginia. Stutz and Lindeman are also known for writing Perry Como's 1959 hit, "I Know".
"Wheel of Fortune" is a popular song written by Bennie Benjamin and George David Weiss and published in 1951. It is best remembered in the 1952 hit version by Kay Starr.
"'A' You're Adorable" is a popular song with music by Sid Lippman and lyrics by Buddy Kaye and Fred Wise, published in 1948.
"More" is a popular song with music by Alex Alstone and lyrics by Tom Glazer, published in 1956. The best-known version of the song was recorded by Perry Como on May 8, 1956, alongside, Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra and The Ray Charles Singers.
"(There's No Place Like) Home for the Holidays" is a popular song, commonly associated with the Christmas and holiday season.
"Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes" is a country song about a man away from home who's worried that his paramour may unwittingly stray from their relationship. The song was recorded in many different styles by many artists. It was written by Winston L. Moore and was published in 1952.
"If " is a popular song with music written by Tolchard Evans and the lyrics written by Robert Hargreaves and Stanley J. Damerell. The song was written in 1934, but the most popular versions were recorded in 1950-1951. Perry Como's version, recorded November 28, 1950, was a number-one hit on the Billboard charts for eight weeks. The Como version was released under the following labels and catalog numbers:
"Dream Along with Me " is a popular song, written by Carl Sigman. The song is most associated with Perry Como as his theme song to his TV show.
"Forever and Ever" is a popular song, from a German song, "Fliege mit mir in die Heimat" written by the Austrian songwriter Franz Winkler. It was adopted by the German Luftwaffe as their song during World War II. The English lyrics were written by Malia Rosa in 1948. It was originally recorded by Gracie Fields with Robert Farnon's Orchestra on 23 October 1948 and released on Decca F9031. Her version was subsequently released in the USA on London 362 and it charted briefly in 1949.
"Dear Hearts and Gentle People" is a popular song published in 1949 with music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by Bob Hilliard. They were inspired to write the song based on a scrap of paper with the words "Dear friends and gentle hearts" written on it that was found on the body of Stephen Foster when he was discovered dying in a New York hotel room in January 1864.
"Long Ago " is a popular song with music by Jerome Kern, and lyrics about nostalgia by Ira Gershwin from the 1944 Technicolor film musical Cover Girl starring Rita Hayworth and Gene Kelly and released by Columbia Pictures. The song was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1944 but lost out to “Swinging on a Star”, from Going My Way. The song was published in 1944 and sold over 600,000 copies in sheet music in a year. In 2004 it finished #92 in AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs survey of top tunes in American cinema.
"Prisoner of Love" is a 1931 popular song with music by Russ Columbo and Clarence Gaskill and lyrics by Leo Robin.
"Mandolins in the Moonlight" is a popular song, written by George David Weiss and Aaron Schroeder.
"I Dream of You " is a popular song.
"I Can't Begin to Tell You" is a popular song with music written by James V. Monaco and lyrics by Mack Gordon. The song was published in 1945.
"A Garden in the Rain" is a popular song. The music was composed by Carroll Gibbons, the lyrics by James Dyrenforth. The song was published in 1928.
"Hoop-Dee-Doo" is a popular song published in 1950 with music by Milton De Lugg and lyrics by Frank Loesser. It was released as a single by the Australian band The Wiggles from their 2001 album, Hoop-Dee-Doo! It's a Wiggly Party!.
"You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" is a popular song with music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Johnny Mercer, published in 1938. It was featured in the Warner Brothers movie Hard to Get, released November 1938, in which it was sung by Dick Powell.