The Andrews Sisters

The Andrews Sisters sang some of my mother’s favourite love songs.

1. Don’t sit under the apple tree with anyone else but me

When I was a little boy, I remember hearing my mother sing this song in the kitchen, while I was playing outside with my toys. She lived during the second world war.

2. Boogie woogie bugle boy of Company B

I often hear this song on the radio. We never had that when I did military training.

3. The Andrews Sisters and Dean Martin

The last sister Patty, died last month. January 30, 2013.

4. Mr. Bass Man

We heard J.D.Sumner sing bass at the Elvis show, and out seats rattled because the notes were so low.

5. Alexander’s ragtime band

They sold about 75 million records.

6. Chatanooga choo choo

I think Chatanooga is in Tennessee.

7. Oh Johnny Oh

I guess The Andrews Sisters were a bit hit during the war.

8. Begin the Beguine

I remember hearing my mother sing this one.

9. Pennsylvania Polka

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