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Kiss-kiss-kissin' in the corn [music] / words by Ken Taylor ; music by Ernie Davidson
Bib ID 98211
Format MusicMusic
Author
Davidson, Ernie
 
Description Sydney : D. Davis & Co., c1947 
1 score (3 p.) ; 31 cm. 
Notes

For voice and piano.

Caption title.

Featured by Denis Collinson and the Colgate Palmolive Orchestra.

Subjects Popular music -- 1941-1950.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Taylor, Ken, active 1944-1966
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300 |a1 score (3 p.) ;|c31 cm.
500 |aFor voice and piano.
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650 0 |aPopular music|y1941-1950.
653 |aAustralian
700 1 |aTaylor, Ken,|dactive 1944-1966.
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