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March 27, 2011


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kern got one. arlen and harburg sure did. berlin took it for white christmas. burke and van heusen got one. mercer got a couple. rodgers and ham-fisted did too. styne and cahn, lerner and lowe... who's that leave?


i meant porter sorry. did he get one?.

George Gershwin never got one though he was eligible with "They Can't Take That Away from Me." Ira Gershwin never got it though he was nominated with George for the aforementioned, with Kern for "Long Ago and Far Away," and with Arlen for "The Man That Got Away." Porter was never nominated. Rodgers won for "It Might as Well Be Spring." Kern got two, BTW.
Lovely to look at your comments! -- DL

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"After You've Gone"
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of the bedroom
as I enter
in the dark

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