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noun - a special loved one
noun - a much-loved person
DEARIE - "Dearie" is a popular song. The music was written by David Mann; the lyrics, by Bob Hilliard. The song was published in 1950. The song is about remi...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Term of affection|
|Little loved one|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A person who is dear sweetie.|
|used as a friendly or condescending form of address.|
|a special loved one|
|a friendly form of address, not used between men:|
|Used as a friendly or condescending form of address.|
|Dearie might refer to|
"Dearie" is a popular song.|
* The music was written by David Mann; the lyrics, by Bob Hilliard. The song was published in 1950.
* The song is about reminiscences, and often sung as a duet. When done as a duet, each one of the singers asks the other whether he or she remembers a number of long-ago events, and then says "if you remember, you're much older than I." When sung as a solo, the same questions are directed at the audience.
* In 1950, some of the best-known versions were by Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians (with a vocal by Kenny Gardner), by Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae, by Ray Bolger and Ethel Merman, and by Lisa Kirk and Fran Warren.
* The Guy Lombardo record was recorded on January 26, 1950 and released by Decca Records as catalog number 24899. It first reached the Billboard magazine charts on March 31, 1950 and lasted 9 weeks on the chart, peaking at #5.The Jo Stafford/Gordon MacRae record was recorded on January 14, 1950 and released by Capitol Records as catalog number 858.