in Music Music, Music, Music – Teresa Brewer by iTubeNL October 1, 2020, 11:51 am 1.3k Views 20 Comments 0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn This is from a Sander Telescription. I took it from a VHS. Please contact me if you know how to get this on DVD. 0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn 20 Comments Leave a Reply Nice job! What a spitfire! I tried to find her nationality on the internet (because of her unique lyric pronunciation and vocal styling), but couldn't find anything. Reply Darlin Teresa Reply Music music music is 100000000000000 times better in duet by Sølvi Wang and Arve Opsahl. Their version was much more popular her in Norway than the shit version by Teresa Brewer. Reply My mother was for young to enjoy this one. She was born in 1944,but in 1950 when this come out she don’t understand englis so she like the version by Sølvi Wang and Arve opshal who was very popular here in Norway. My mom past in 1990. I miss her every day Reply Teresa wonderful as always! Reply My grandparents and I were on vacation in the mountains and we drove past this place called the Nickelodeon and my grandpa started singing this to my grandma. Reply The pride of Toledo, Ohio! Reply this is my favorite performance of this song. Reply What year was this filmed? She's simply darling! Reply Memories are made of this delightful share. Thanks for posting this on here. Reply A song from my childhood, my uncle would play this on the organ for us loved it then and love it now. Reply an older guy hummed this song and I asked him about it he told me look it up…It made me emotional because The elderly have watched this generation deteriorate so much that Music, musicians are being forgotten… .Notice how we Always refer to 80's or before to the good old days..Where music is concerned..Glad I looked it up.. Reply What a sweetheart! What a major league voice! Reply She reminds me of my younger daughter. … so uncanny how much they look alike! Reply What control of her voice! Extraordinary and so damn cute Reply big time crush on her in the mid 50's! Reply ☼ Reply Great little number ! Reply My grandfather used to sing this to me when we went to lunch at a diner that had them. Reply What a voice! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.