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Vic Damone

Vic Damone (born Vito Rocco Farinola; June 12, 1928) is an American singer and entertainer.SongsThe following songs recorded by Damone made the Billboard charts:"An Affair to Remember" (#16) (1957)"Again" (#6) (1949) (arguably a bigger hit for Doris Day and Gordon Jenkins, but a gold record for Damone)"April in Portugal" (#10) (1953)"Calla Calla" (#13) (1951)"Can Anyone Explain? (No! No! No!)" (#25) (1950) (bigger hit for The Ames Brothers)"Cincinnati Dancing Pig" (#11) (1950)"Do I Love You (Because You’re Beautiful)" (#62) (1957)"Ebb Tide" (#10) (1953)"Eternally (The Song from Limelight)" (#12) (1953)"Four Winds and Seven Seas" (#16) (1949)"Gigi" (#88) (1958)"God’s Country" (#27) (1950)"Here in My Heart" (#8) (1952) (bigger hit for Al Martino)"If" (#28) (1951) (bigger hit for Perry Como)"I Have But One Heart" (#7) (1947)"It’s Magic" (#24) (1948) (bigger hit for Doris Day)"Jump Through the Ring" (#22) (1952)"Just Say I Love Her" (#13) (1950)"Longing for You" (#12) (1951)"Music by the Angels" (#18) (1950)"My Bolero" (#10) (1949)"My Heart Cries for You" (#4) (1950) (bigger hit for Guy Mitchell)"My Truly, Truly Fair" (#4) (1951) (bigger hit for Guy Mitchell)"On the Street Where You Live" (#4) (1956)"Por Favor" (#73) (1955)"Rosanne" (#23) (1952)"Say Something Sweet to Your Sweetheart" (#23) (1948) (duet with Patti Page)"Sugar" (#13) (1953)"Sitting by the Window" (#29) (1950)"Take My Heart" (#30) (1952)"Tell Me You Love Me" (#21) (1951)"Tomorrow Never Comes" 1952"Tzena, Tzena, Tzena" (#7) (1950) (bigger hit for The Weavers)"Vagabond Shoes" (#17) (1950)"War and Peace" (#59) (1956)"Why Was I Born?" (#20) (1949)"Wonder Why" (#21) (1951)"You Do" (#7) (1947)"You're Breaking My Heart" (#1) (1949) (Damone's 2nd gold record and his biggest hit)"You Were Only Fooling (While I Was Falling in Love)" (#30) (1965)

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