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Did doris day ever sing "thats the glory of love"

If she did I can't find it.

Doris Day sings a short version of "Que Sera, Sera."

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She did. No, She did not. That song was by Patti Page.

She didn't, but Blue music Blue skies

Her signature song is Que sera Que sera.

She didn't. That song was a great hit for Patti Page.

I believe it was The Man Who Knew Too Much.

As best as I can determine, her recording of this song, although beautiful, was never used in a film. She did sing it in her TV show, however.

They sang many songs together but not one by that name.

Doris Day sang the title song "The Glass Bottom Boat", a short version of "Que Sera, Sera" (with Arthur Godfrey; and "Soft As The Starlight."

Doris Day did not get into movies until 1947 and she never made a movie with Les Brown. Back in those days they made what was called "Soundies." Maybe that is what you are thinking about.

Doris Day first recorded "Ohio" in her Columbia Records album "Show Time", and the song was also included in her latest CD titled "My Heart."

I've got every record she's ever made. She never sang that song.

She never did record "Love and Marriage" or sang it in a movie. That song was a hit for Frank Sinatra in 1955.

The cast of The University of Sing Sing - 2011 includes: Harry Belafonte as himself Doris Buffett as herself Warren Buffett as himself Gregory Fredericks as himself Natalie Jimenez as herself Denis Martinez as himself Sean Pica as himself Raymond x Yu as himself

How about Que Sera Sera (Whatever Will Be Will Be) by Doris Day.

SING SING The prison scene was shot at Sing Sing prison in Ossining NY (on the Hudson river, about 30 miles north of New York City.)

Doris Day was and is famous because of her tremendous talents. She could dance, sing and act in her films. To date Doris Day remains the top female box office draw of all time. Her recordings continue to sell even after she stopped recording at Columbia Records in 1967. Listen to her recordings and discover what a great singer she is. From the moment of her screen test, it was obvious she had "star' quality. Doris now dedicates her efforts on behalf of animals and their well being.

Doris Day sang the title song "Please Don't Eat The Daisies" in the playground scene, a very short version of "Que Sera, Sera" in a restaurant, and "Any Way The Wind Blows' when rehearsing the play in the movie

Yes, I'm listening to it now -- lots of bass and harmony -- smoother and prettier than Cline's better known version

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