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  1. SYLVIA SYMS - ENGLISH MUFFINS AND IRISH STEW / WALK SWEET (PROMO) (45/7") We are vinyl collectors as well as sellers. We will not ship a record we would not put in our personal collections. Record may come in the original sleeve; If not available the record will come in a new generic white sleeve. ENGLISH MUFFINS AND IRISH STEW / WALK.
  2. English Muffins And Irish Stew Sylvia Syms; Виц от pomiddebsrocktesciapinowersadoperch.coinfo - Марийке, чух, че Иванчо те е целунал насила. Кога? - Онзи ден, вчера и днес. виж още вицове.
  3. English Muffins and Irish Stew / Walk Sweet, a Single by Sylvia Syms. Released in on Decca [USA] (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7").
  4. by Sylvia Syms. - genre? Lyrics by: Morris Charlap, Bob Hilliard # Debut: Chart: Aug ' Top Lyrics. You'd never think they go together But they certainly do The combination of English muffins and Irish stew I must admit they're quite delicious And so easy to chew The combination of English muffins and Irish stew.
  5. May 25,  · Sylvia Syms () was a New York jazz and pop singer. She received informal training from Billie Holiday, was discovered by Mae West and worked with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. Syms had chart hits with "I Could Have Danced All Night" (from 'My Fair Lady') and "English Muffins and Irish Stew," on Decca Records in
  6. I Could Have Danced All Night / The World in My Corner, a Single by Sylvia Syms. Released in on Decca [USA] (catalog no. ; Shellac 10").
  7. Sylvia Blagman, 2 December , Brooklyn, USA, d. 10 May , New York City, New York, USA. One of America’s most distinguished cabaret and jazz singers with a profound appreciation of lyrics, Syms overcame polio as a child, and in her teens discovered the delights of jazz in the clubs of New York’s 52nd Street.
  8. This Irish-born folk band was actually formed in Canada and were best known for their Top 10 hit in "The Unicorn." "English Muffins And Irish Stew" by Sylvia Syms was a #21 hit in Born in Brooklyn, she was dubbed the "world's greatest saloon singer" by Frank Sinatra.

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