9 thoughts on “ I Surrender, Dear - Lou Gold And His Orchestra - I Surrender, Dear / It Must Be True (Shellac)

  1. I Surrender Dear is a Educational-Mack Sennett Featurette (No. S) starring Bing Crosby and directed by Mack Sennett. This was the first of the six short films Crosby made for Sennett and which helped launch his career as a solo performer. Background. Crosby, who was then one of The Rhythm.
  2. I surrender, dear Now, I may seem proud, I may act gay But it’s just a pose, oh, I’m not that way Cause deep down, deep down in my heart, I say I surrender, dear Mmm, little mean things we were doing Must have been part of the game Lending a spice to the wooing Oh, but I don’t care who’s to blame, blame When stars appear and shadows fall.
  3. Frank Auburn & His Orchestra* / Lou Gold And His Orchestra: I Surrender, Dear (as Clifford) Frank Auburn & His Orchestra* / Lou Gold And His Orchestra - I Surrender, Dear / Whisper A Song Of Love ‎ (Shellac, 10") Velvet Tone: V: US: Sell This Version.
  4. The song I Surrender, Dear was written by Harry Barris and Gordon Clifford and was first recorded and released by Gus Arnheim and His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bing Crosby in It was covered by The Art Pepper Quartet, Moacyr Silva e Seu Conjunto, Steve Herberman, Rune Gustafsson - Gladys del Pilar and other artists.
  5. ‘I Surrender, Dear’ was the first hit of Bing Crosby alone. The Rhythm Boys, a famous trio that he formed, Harry Barris and Al Rinker, work with Paul Whiteman’s orchestra from December to May In Crosby was arrested for driving drunk, so Whiteman terminated the contract with him.
  6. Oct 24,  · from Okeh 78 rpm with Charlie Spivak and his orchestra Music by Harry Barris - Lyrics by Gordon Clifford.
  7. Without you I can't make my way, I surrender, dear. I may seem proud, I may act gay, It's just a pose, I'm not that way, 'Cause deep down in my heart I say I surrender, dear. Little mean things we were doing Must have been part of the game, Lending a spice to the wooing, But I don't care who's to blame. When stars appear And shadows fall, Why.
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