Harold Spina

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E. D. Thomas
June 21, 1906
July 18, 1997
United States
Primarily a composer, he also wrote lyrics occasionally. Spina was most successful with the songs he wrote in the 1930s. He was also a music publisher and record producer.


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Songs written by Harold Spina

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore Johnny Burke, Joe Young [US1], Harold Spina Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians September 27, 1933 Covered by (6 artists)
Cumaná Harold Spina, Barclay Allen, Roc Hillman Freddy Martin and His Orchestra featuring Barclay Allen, piano 1947 Covered by (13 artists)
Half Moon on the Hudson Walter Bullock, Harold Spina Alice Faye and Tony Martin Covered by (4 artists)
I Don't Wanna Be Kissed Harold Spina, John Elliott Doris Day with Ray Noble and His Orchestra January 1950 Covered by (14 artists)
I Still Love to Kiss You Goodnight Walter Bullock, Harold Spina Covered by (4 artists)
It's Dark on Observatory Hill Johnny Burke, Harold Spina Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra - Bob Crosby December 1934 Covered by The Ray Conniff Singers
It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House Harold Spina, Jack Elliott Dinah Shore January 1950 Covered by (13 artists)
Lazy Summer Night Harold Spina The Four Preps 1960 Covered by Claudine Longet
My Very Good Friend, the Milkman Johnny Burke, Harold Spina Fats Waller and His Rhythm 1935 Covered by (18 artists)
The Beat O' My Heart Johnny Burke, Harold Spina Covered by (9 artists)
The Day That the Circus Left Town Carolyn Leigh, Harold Spina Eartha Kitt with Henri René and His Orchestra and Chorus 1955 Covered by Ulla Sjöblom med Gunnar Svenssons Orkester
Wallpaper Roses Don Robertson, Harold Spina Jerry Wallace June 1966 Covered by (6 artists)
Would I Love You (Love You, Love You) Bob Russell, Harold Spina Patti Page accompanied by Harry Geller & His Orchestra January 1951 Covered by (10 artists)

Adapted songs

Title Written by Originals Originally by Covered by
Amore Harold Spina Amore Covered by Eve Boswell with The Reg Owen Orchestra