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Wow and I thought the one from the 64 NYWF was bad. Yeesch!

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Why did you post that? What did I ever do to you to deserve that?

Seriously, that is one bad song sung by one bad singer. Tell me that was the best they could come up with in a city famous for music.

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Why did you post that? What did I ever do to you to deserve that?

Seriously, that is one bad song sung by one bad singer. Tell me that was the best they could come up with in a city famous for music.

:lol: That song makes "The Fair Is Fair" or whatever that title is, look like a top 10 hit.

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Truly, this artifact should be preserved under glass - or anywhere far away from a turntable.

Were there any Fair-related songs that were worth hearing? The only one that comes to mind is "Meet Me in St. Louis."

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Truly, this artifact should be preserved under glass - or anywhere far away from a turntable.

Were there any Fair-related songs that were worth hearing? The only one that comes to mind is "Meet Me in St. Louis."

Some people surmise that that one didn't come along until 1944, but here is the original 1904 sheet music

Meet-Me-In-St-Louis-1904.jpg

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