Top Ten Songs of Peggy Lee

May 26, 2014

By Valerie Massie

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Born May 26th, 1920, today is the anniversary of her birth.
Born Norma Lee Engstrom,

10. Is That All There Is – Peggy Lee (peak #11 in 1969, her final big hit; Grammy winner for Best Female Vocal)

9. Fever – Peggy Lee (peak #8 in 1958, her signature classic)

8. I Don’t Know Enough About You – Peggy Lee (peak #7 in 1946)

7. Waiting For The Train To Come In – Peggy Lee (peak #4 in 1945)

6. Why Don’t You Do Right – Peggy Lee (peak #4 in 1943, with Benny Goodman’s Orchestra)

5. Lover – Peggy Lee (peak #3 in 1952)

4. Riders In The Sky – Peggy Lee (peak #2 in 1949, her hit cover of Vaughn Monroe’s classic)

3. Golden Earrings – Peggy Lee (peak #2 in 1947)

2. Somebody Else Is Taking My Place – Peggy Lee (peak #2 in 1942, with Benny Goodman’s Orchestra)

1. Manana – Peggy Lee (peak #1 for 9 weeks in 1948, top song of year; she co-wrote it)


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