Eddy Arnold

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Make The World Go Away

By Tuneweaver 35 3 in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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I'll Hold You In My Heart (Until I Ca...

By u8ntbad 19 Featuring bethybug138 3 in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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Couldn't pass this up Beth.

That's How Much I Love You

By crow23 19 in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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I'll Hold You In My Heart (Until I Ca...

By dgrizzell1050 19 in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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I'll Hold You In My Heart (Until I Ca...

By jim1050 30 3 in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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Cattle Call

By AngeLotta 18 in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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Well last song today that i wanted to try,my version of this one :) It´s a great song. I will bee back and listening when i can,and i needed more practice onj this song that i did for first time And yes it's me on that picture. I'm rely like that one and I'm proud of it. :) To sad i can't write songs then i would have do that LOL wish you all a Lovely Week Wish you all a Blessing Sunday Hugs Lotta

I'll Hold You In My Heart (Until I Ca...

By jaybeacham 26 Featuring bethybug138 3 in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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"I'll Hold You in My Heart (Till I Can Hold You in My Arms)" Duet with Beth S. This is a 1947 song written by Eddy Arnold, Hall Horton and Tommy Dilbeck and sung by Eddy Arnold. The song was Eddy Arnold's third number one on the Billboard Juke Box Folk Records chart. "I'll Hold You in My Heart (Till I Can Hold You in My Arms)" spent 46 weeks on the chart and 21 weeks at number one. The song also appeared on the Billboard pop chart in 1951 with recordings by Eddie Fisher and Toni Arden. The song went on to become a major country crooner standard. It was covered by Elvis Presley, Dean Martin, Slim Whitman and Jerry Lee Lewis among others. The Arnold version was the first of three songs through the mid 1950s to spend 21 weeks at No. 1.

Turn The World Around

By Moonlight_n_Roses in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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"Just a song" It's not for anyone"

Cattle Call

By jesse317 40 in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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Cattle Call

By MarkE 35 in the Style of Eddy Arnold
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No animals were maltreated, injured or insulted in the making of this audio recording. Thanks for stopping in! Mark