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More is a popular song with music by Alex Alstone and lyrics by Tom Glazer, published in 1956. The best known version of the song was recorded by Perry Como on May 8, 1956. It was issued as a single (RCA Victor catalog number 20-6554 on 78rpm, 47-6554 on 45rpm in the U.S., HMV POP-240 in the UK) and reached #4 on the U.S. charts and #10 on the UK charts. The flip side of both releases was Glendora. It was also issued on an extended play album, With a Song In My Heart. A recording of the song was also made in the United Kingdom by Jimmy Young. It was issued by UK Decca Records as catalog number F 10774 and reached #4 on the UK charts in 1956. Thomas Zachariah "Tom" Glazer (September 2, 1914 - February 21, 2003) was an American folk singer and songwriter known primarily as a composer of ballads, including: "Because All Men Are Brothers", recorded by The Weavers and Peter, Paul and Mary, "Talking.    Download this sheet!
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Thomas Zachariah "Tom" Glazer (September 2, 1914 - February 21, 2003) was an American folk singer and songwriter known primarily as a composer of ballads, including: "Because All Men Are Brothers", recorded by The Weavers and Peter, Paul and Mary, "Talking Inflation Blues", recorded by Bob Dylan, and "A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Anymore". He wrote the lyrics to the songs "Melody of Love" (1954), and "Skokian" (1954). He also wrote the musical score to the film A Face in the Crowd (1957). Glazer also wrote and sang the eco-conscious title song in the 1966 movie Namu the Killer Whale starring Robert Lansing and Lee Meriwether. Glazer was married to Miriam Reed Eisenberg; the marriage ended in divorce. More is a popular song with music by Alex Alstone and lyrics by Tom Glazer, published in 1956. The best known version of the song was recorded by Perry Como on May 8, 1956. It was issued as a single (RCA Victor catalog number 20-6554 on 78rpm, 47-6554 on 45rpm in the U.S., HMV POP-240 in the UK) and reached #4 on the U.S. charts and #10 on the UK charts. The flip side of both releases was Glendora. It was also issued on an extended play album, With a Song.
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