Writer Erin O'Brien comments on all things human.
Did a bit of research. That's the King's Men Trio, whose best known member was Ken Darby. Darby's other group, the eponymous Ken Darby Singers, often sang backup for Bing Crosby throughout the 1940s (perhaps when the Andrew Sisters weren't availiable.) Darby also dubbed the Munchkinland mayor in The Wizard of Oz and wrote "Love Me Tender" for Elvis Presley, though he let his wife and Presley the credit (and the royalties)None of which, I realize, answers your question about marriage equality.
You may not have answered the question, Kirk, but I feel oddly satisfied nonetheless.
Call me weird, but I thought I'd heard this song somewhere before. Looks like (per YouTube) this was once recorded by Sammy Kaye, and was "... used in A Christmas Story." The Cleveland connection! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9EiTmI0WicAlways wondered what the heck they were saying in that song! Also, there's a "Hut-Sut" font you can use, if you are creatively-minded. :-)
Yes they would have.
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