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Evelyn Laye - My Life Belongs To You / Our Love download album

  • Performer: Evelyn Laye
  • Title: My Life Belongs To You / Our Love
  • Genre: Screen - Stage
  • Formats: ADX WAV MP2 MMF WMA DTS APE
  • Released: 1939
  • Style: Musical
  • MP3 album: 1913 mb
  • FLAC album: 1505 mb
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Evelyn Laye - My Life Belongs To You / Our Love download album

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My Life Belongs to You (From "The Dancing Years"). I'll see you again - Evelyn Laye. x. Čeština Deutsch Eλληνικά English English (UK) Español Français हिन्दी Italiano 日本語 한국어 Nederlands Polski Português Русский язык Türkçe 中文.

A. My Life Belongs To You Lyrics By – Christopher.

Released On : Jul 01, 2012. Classic Masters of Ivor Novello 1935-. b. Elsie Evelyn Lay, 10 July 1900, London, England, d. 17 February 1996, London, England. An actress and singer - one of the most celebrated leading ladies of the English musical stage. Her father was the actor and composer Gilbert Laye (he added the e on to the family name for stage appearances) and her mother the actress Evelyn Stewart. Known as Boo from when she was a baby, Laye was constantly performing as a child, and made her professional stage debut at the age of 15 as a Chinese servant in a production entitled Mr. Wu.

Featuring Israel Houghton. My Life Belongs to You Lyrics

Evelyn Laye, CBE (10 July 1900 – 17 February 1996) was an English actress who was active on the London light opera stage, and later in New York and Hollywood. Her first husband, actor Sonnie Hale, left her for Jessie Matthews, earning much public sympathy for Laye. Her second husband was actor Frank Lawton, with whom she often appeared in stage productions. Laye was born as Elsie Evelyn Lay in Bloomsbury, London, and known informally as Boo. Her parents were both actors and her father a theatre manager.

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A My Life Belongs To You
Lyrics By – Christopher HassallMusic By – Ivor Novello
B Our Love
Written-By – Buddy Bernier, Larry Clinton, Robert D. Emmerich

Notes

A from "The Dancing Years"

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