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Sunday, Monday or Always

Bing Crosby Sheet Music

from the Film

Dixie

1943



Sunday, Monday or Always Bing Crosby sheet music from the film Dixie is for sale. The Sunday, Monday or Always sheet music is dated to the inside of the front cover 1943 in roman numerals. The front cover has a large three quarter length photograph of Bing Crosby holding a banjo and doffing his hat. The film Dixie starred both Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour. Sunday, Monday or Always has the words credited to Johnny Burke and the music credited to Jimmy van Heusen.


The Sunday, Monday or Always Bing Crosby sheet music measures 6.00 x 9.50 inches (approximately) and is in Very Good condition with light surface creases and a very small separation to the centre pages at the fold (0.75 inch approximate). This is an extremely attractive Bing Crosby sheet music that will frame extremely well and grace any wall with or without a Bing Crosby autograph.

Price:   £15.00


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