Do I Love You?
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"Do I Love You?" is a 1939 popular song written by Cole Porter, for his musical Du Barry Was a Lady, where it was introduced by Ronald Graham and Ethel Merman. A different song by the same name - written by Phil Spector, Vini Poncia, and Peter Andreoli a.k.a. Peter Anders - was a hit record for the Ronettes in 1964.
|"Do I Love You?"|
|Published||1939 by Chappell & Co.|
- Leo Reisman & His Orchestra (vocal by Lee Sullivan). This was a popular recording in 1940.
- Vera Lynn - recorded on May 8, 1941 with the Jay Wilbur Orchestra. (Decca F 7863) (included in the 2014 compilation National Treasure - The Ultimate Collection).
- Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook (1956)
- Judy Garland - Judy in Love (1958)
- Larry Hovis - single (1958)
- Peggy Lee - first recorded for Decca Records on April 3, 1956 and later recorded for the Capitol Records album Beauty and the Beat! (1959)
- Frankie Vaughan (1961)
- Aztec Camera - Red Hot + Blue (1990)
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