The Mills Brothers were a unique family vocal group with a long and distinguished career dating from the late 1920s. In the 1930s, the Mills Brothers made their first big splash with "Tiger Rag," "St. Louis Blues," and "Dinah." In the 1940s, they hit it big with "Paper Doll" and "You'll Always Hurt the One You Love."
More recent hits include "Glow Worm" (1952), "Queen Of The Senior Prom" (1957), "Get A Job" (1958), and "Cab Driver" (1968).
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- Cab Driver 1968
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