Vic Damone

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@ThekidJ_c bruhhhh "yall remember when I said money talks And a stretcher is what i leave my victim on (Vic damone) well he on the list, and I'm pissed, and he gon feel it...like a kidney stone" JEEEZ! Fans won this without question.

Ecco le HIT della mia famiglia dal 1924 al 2014!!!
Leonardo: Happy by Pharrell Williams
Me stessa:My...

Ecco le HIT della mia famiglia dal 1924 al 2014!!! Leonardo: Happy by Pharrell Williams Me stessa:My...

*Ecco le HIT* della mia famiglia dal *1924 al 2014* !!! Leonardo: Happy by Pharrell Williams  Me stessa:My Sharona by The Knack Barone: Keep on Truckin' (Part 1) by Eddie Kendricks Mamma: Blue Tango by Leroy Anderson Zia: You're Breaking My Heart by Vic Damone Papi: I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover by Art Mooney and His Orchestra -  Noni: Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin Quanto ridere f...

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In Memoriam: Vic Damone (1928 – 2018) Vic Damone (born Vito Rocco Farinola; June 12, 1928 – February 11, 2018) was an American traditional pop and big band singer, songwriter, actor, radio and television presenter, and entertainer who is best known for songs such as “You’re Breaking My Heart” (a number one hit), the number four hit “On the Street Where You Live” (from My Fair Lad...

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Listen Free to Vic Damone - Amor Radio on iHeartRadio

Listen Free to Vic Damone - Amor Radio on iHeartRadio

Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Amor by Vic Damone on iHeartRadio!

The recording by Vic Damone was recorded in February 1949 and released by Mercury Records as catalog...

The recording by Vic Damone was recorded in February 1949 and released by Mercury Records as catalog number 5261. The flip side was "I Love You So Much It Hurts". It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on April 8, 1949 and lasted 15 weeks on the chart, peaking at #11. Other sources give the highest chart position as #6. Romance images courtesy of Fabian Perez.

It's Impossible - Vic Damone (with lyrics) https://t.co/xsbLv6rnLn via @YouTube

I see that it's the anniversary of Perry Como's birth. Here's a tribute by Diahann Carroll and Vic Damone, a medley… https://t.co/iScl8M3QJ6

RT @vettepassby35: Money talks one of my all time favorite movies ... who da hell is a Vic damone😂

Saturday Night At The London Palladium with Vic Damone

Saturday Night At The London Palladium with Vic Damone Saturday Night At The London Palladium with Vic Damone Sounds like a rerr terr in Spetember 1974 with Millican & Nesbitt, Roger Kitter, Bobby Crush, 20th Century Steel Band and Arthur Askey. View On WordPress