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'A' — You're Adorable

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  1. a popular song with music by Sid Lippman and lyrics by Buddy Kaye and Fred Wise, published in 1948

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  2. The biggest hit version was recorded by Perry Como, with The Fontane Sisters on March 1, 1949

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  3. This recording was released on single records as follows

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  4. In the United States, by RCA Victor, on 78 rpm (catalog number 20-3381-B) and 45 rpm (catalog number 47-2899), in 1949, with the flip side "When Is Sometime?" This record reached #1 on the US chart on April 9, 1949

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  5. In the United Kingdom, by HMV, on 78 rpm (catalog number BD-1250) in June 1949, with the flip side "Forever and Ever"

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