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    "Seven Lonely Days" is a song written by Earl Shuman, Alden Shuman, and Marshall Brown. It was originally recorded by American singer Georgia Gibbs with orchestra conducted by Glenn Osser and the Yale Bros. choir in December and released in February , peaking at number 5 in the US chart. The song was later performed by Bonnie Lou, The Crows with Viola .
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Seven Lonely Days on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - R. • Format: Shellac 10 Bonnie Lou - Seven Lonely Days (, Shellac) | Discogs4/5(2).
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    Dec 13,  · Seven Lonely Days: Bonnie Lou วิทวัส สระทองคำ 56, views. Jean Shepard - Seven Lonely Days (Capitol Vinyl and shellac by Starday views.
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    Bonnie Lou, (Mary Joan Kath), American country and rockabilly singer (born Oct. 27, , Towanda, Ill.—died Dec. 8, , Cincinnati, Ohio), was a fixture on country music radio and TV shows during the s and later. Two of her recordings, “Seven Lonely Days” and “Tennessee Wig Walk,” were top country hits in , and she also charted in with the rockabilly .
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    Nov 14,  · Patsy Cline (September 8, -- March 5, ), born Virginia Patterson Hensley, was an American country music singer who enjoyed pop music crossover success during the era of the Nashville.
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    Jun 15,  · Published on Jun 15, Top country hit was also a ‘pop’ song success for Georgia Gibbs. Bonnie followed this release with her “Tennessee Wig Walk” (also posted to this channel, as is her most.
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    Seven lonely days make one lonely week Seven lonely nights make one lonely me Ever since the time you told me we were thru Seven lonely days I cried and I cried for you Oh, my darlin' I'm cryin', boo-hoo-hoo-hoo There's no use in denyin' I cried for you It was your favorite pastime, makin' me blue Last week was the last time I cried for you.
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    Oct 12,  · (Written by Alden Shuman - Earl Shuman - Marshall Brown) 1st. Recorded by Georgia Gibbs Charted #5. Also Recorded by Bonnie Lou Charted #7 Also Recorded by Wanda Jackson. Issued.

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