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Diane Renay, The Cavaliers - Navy Blue/Dance, Dance, Dance download album

  • Performer: Diane Renay
  • Title: Navy Blue/Dance, Dance, Dance
  • Genre: Rock
  • Formats: AC3 MP1 FLAC RA XM AIFF AAC
  • Style: Doo Wop
  • MP3 album: 1739 mb
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Diane Renay, The Cavaliers  - Navy Blue/Dance, Dance, Dance download album

Complete your Diane Renay, The Cavaliers (9) collection. The Cavaliers (9). Dance, Dance, Dance. Written By – Martin, Glazer.

Album's title: Navy Blue/Dance, Dance, Dance.

Diane Renay – Navy Blue, 02:30. Diane Renay Navy Blue.

Blue, navy blue, I'm as blue as I can be 'Cause my steady boy said "Ship ahoy" And joined the Nay-ee-ay-vee. He said he wanted to settle down And let me be his girl But first he had to do a little travelin' around And see the whole wide world. That's why I'm blue, navy blue I'm as blue as I can be 'Cause my steady boy said "Ship ahoy" And joined the Nay-ee-ay-vee. I got a letter yesterday from Tokyo And a souvenir A walky-talky wind-up little China doll That says "Wish you were here"  . Navy Blue is Diane Renay’s debut single. The song peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 in January of 1964, making it her highest chart appearance on the Hot 100 to date. Navy Blue" Track Info. Navy Blue Diane Renay.

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from the album Navy Blue. Navy Blue" (originally recorded as a B-side, ZTSP 89337). Unbelievable Guy" (originally recorded as an A-side, ZTSP 89336). Diane Renay singles chronology. 'Watch Out Sally!" (1964). Navy Blue" is a song written by Bob Crewe, Bud Rehak and Eddie Rambeau. The song tells the story of a girl who was lonely for her steady boyfriend while he was away from home in the . Navy and could hardly wait to see him again. The song's story is continued in "Kiss Me Sailor. Recorded in 1963 by pop singer Diane Renay at the age of seventeen and released as a single, "Navy Blue" reached number six on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Middle-Road.

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1 Diane Renay Navy Blue
Written By – B. Crewe*, B. Rehak*, E. Rambeau*
2:05
2 The Cavaliers Dance, Dance, Dance
Written By – Martin*, Glazer*
2:34


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