A highly acclaimed jazz singer with a sultry style, Peggy Lee's long and distinguished career dates from 1936 when she started singing at around age 10 with Jack Wardlow. Her long string of hits from 1945-1969 include "Mr. Wonderful" (1956), "Fever" (1958), and "Is That All There Is" (1969).
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- Is That All There Is 1969
(This song is spoken throughout except for the refrain.)
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