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'"(I'll Be With You) In Apple Blossom Time"' is a popular song written by Albert Von Tilzer and lyricist Neville Fleeson, and copyrighted in 1920. It was introduced by Nora Bayes, who also recorded the song.
The song has been recorded by numerous artists including:
*Artie Shaw (1937)
*The Andrews Sisters (US no. 5, 1941). Patty Andrews of the Andrews Sisters describes how they performed the song "in 4/4 [time] when originally it was a waltz."
*Nat King Cole
*Jo Stafford (1946)
*The Four Aces as a B side single to Mr. Sandman(1954)
*Tab Hunter (US no. 31, 1959)
*Rosemary June (UK no. 14, 1959)
*Wayne Newton (US Hot 100, no. 52; US Easy Listening, no. 17, 1965)
*Emmy Rossum.[http://www.allmusic.com/search/track/I%27ll+Be+With+You+in+Apple+Blossom+Time/order:default-asc Allmusic.com]
*The Andrews Sisters recording was also included in the 1941 film, 'Buck Privates'.
Category:Songs written by Albert Von Tilzer
Category:Wayne Newton songs
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