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  1. Mur

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    "I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)," like all of Frank Ifield's s pop hits, took an old hit and updated it in his Slim Whitman-meets-Wayne Newton style. The album of the same name presents that minor hit and ten other treatments of country and pop favorites from "Stardust" to "Tumbling Tumbleweeds.".
  2. Vudoshakar

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    If you go you know you’ll grieve me; all in life on you de-pends. G D+ GM7 G D+ Bm7 E7 Am I guessin’ that you love me, dreaming dreams of you in vain, A7 Am7 D7 G E7 I’m confessin’ that I love you .
  3. Kagul

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    Jun 11,  · Song Confessin' (That I Love You) Artist Frank Ifield; Album Confessin' (That I Love You) Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of PLG UK Catalog); SOLAR Music Rights Management, AdRev Publishing.
  4. Net

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    If you go, you know you'll grieve me All in life on you depends Am I guessin' that you love me Dreaming dreams of you in vain I'm confessin' that I love you, over again I'm afraid some day you'll leave me Saying "can't we still be friends" If you go, you know you'll grieve me All in life on you depends Am I guessin' that you love me Dreaming.
  5. Vilrajas

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    I'm Confessin' That I Love You. Song Year: Composer(s): Doc Daugherty Ellis (Songwriter) Reynolds. Lyricist(s): Al J. Neiburg () Performed on these programs: 75 - From Tailgate to Swing: History of the Jazz Trombone. Recording Date: Apr Start Time: Guests: Dan Barrett (trombone).
  6. Tojalabar

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    $ / By Doc Dougherty, Ellis Reynolds, Al J. Neiburg. Arranged by Ann Minihane. Female barbershop choir. (Women's voices, a cappella). Suitable for contest.
  7. Gojar

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    I love you, too. Now I can shout it on the rooftops, I can sing it with an orchestra. I can tell it to the world That I love you forever, my love. In case you don’t know, you deserve more. Raindrops cannot be counted, the sand of the sea cannot be numbered. Stars of heaven are countless, likewise, my love for you has no end.
  8. Diktilar

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    The song I'm Confessin' That I Love You was written by Al J. Neiburg, Doc Daugherty, Ellis Reynolds, Sterling Grant and Chris Smith [US1] and was first recorded by Chester Gaylord in It was adapted from Lookin' for Another Sweetie (Al J. Neiburg, Doc Daugherty, Ellis Reynolds, Sterling Grant and Chris Smith [US1]). It was covered by Jim Eanes, The Ink Spots, Johnny Gimble & the Texas.

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