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Im Sorry I Made You Cry - Jimmy Roselli - Saloon Songs (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry" is a World War I song written and composed by N.J. Clesi. It was published in by Leo Feist, Inc. in New York, NY. The sheet music cover depicts a soldier embracing a woman. The sheet music can be found at the Pritzker Military Museum & Library.
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  3. I'm sorry, dear, so sorry, dear I'm sorry I made you cry Won't you forget, won't you forgive? Don't let us say goodbye One little word, one little smile One little kiss, won't you try? It breaks my heart to hear you sigh I'm sorry I made you cry One little word, one little smile One little kiss, won't you try?
  4. Apr 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - This Song Will Make You Cry (Part 1) YouTube; His Voice Is So Emotional That Even Simon Started To Cry! - Duration: Viral Feed Recommended for you. She Sings For Her Dying Dad Don't Cry:(- Duration: Top.
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  7. I'm sorry, dear, so sorry, dear I'm sorry I made you cry! Won't you forget, won't you forgive? Don't let us say goodbye! One little word, one little smile One little kiss, won't you try? It breaks my heart to hear you sigh I'm sorry I made you cry! I'm sorry, dear, so sorry, dear I'm sorry I made you cry! Won't you forget, won't you forgive?
  8. Saloon Songs Volume Two Jimmy Roselli. out of 5 stars Vinyl. $ Jimmy Roselli - born Michael John Roselli in Hoboken, N.J. on December 26, - had a beautiful voice and a way of delivering a song that compared favourably with fellow Italian-Americans like Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, Vic Damone, Dean Martin and Jerry Vale /5(5).

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