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Billboard-charted track, not elsewhere on YouTube as of this posting: Oh, But I Do (Robin-Schwartz) by Margaret Whiting, orchestra conducted by Jerry Gray (CD audio source)
Arthur Schwartz and Leo Robin wrote this tune (along with "A Gal In Calico" and "A Rainy Night In Rio") for the Warner Brothers musical "The Time, The Place, And The Girl." Dennis Morgan sang it in the movie and Margaret Whiting had the most popular recording. It was found on the flipside of her hit “Guilty,” which is included in the 1947 collection along with her versions of “You Do” “Old Devil Moon” and “Pass That Peace Pipe.”
TIP: Click this link to browse through all 128 videos of the 1947 HITS ARCHIVE collection, alphabetically arranged in the convenient YouTube Playlist format: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTFzQlK7fWk-5DDC-ickml_On0NNJ3D3p
THE 1947 HITS ARCHIVE - here in one place, a good-quality library of best-sellers and songs that made an impact, presented in the original-release versions (no remakes, alternate takes, or "re-processed stereo")
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Margaret Eleanor Whiting was a singer of American popular music and country music. Her song "Oh...