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Say it over again [music] = Para que sufras / music and Spanish lyric by Osvaldo Farres ; English lyric by Sunny Skylar ; arr. by Jack Mason. Jesusita en Chihuahua = (the cactus polka) / English lyric by Ervin Drake ; arr. by Jose Pafumy
Bib ID 2270221
Format MusicMusic [music] =]
Author
Farres, Osvaldo
 
Description Melbourne : Allan & Co., c1945 
<1 part> ; 24 cm. 
Notes

For voice and orchestra.

Part for piano.

"Jesusita en Chihuahua" has copyright date 1944.

Subjects Dance-orchestra music - Parts.  |  Popular music - 1941-1950.
Other authors/contributors Drake, Ervin  |  Skylar, Sunny, 1913-2009  |  Pafumy, Jose
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Para que sufras

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