Who sang "Blue Moon"?

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The 1934 song "Blue Moon" was originally sung by Shirley Ross for the film "Manhattan Melodrama." It did not become a hit until it was released in 1961 by The Marcels. "Blue Moon" was originally written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart.

Other artists who have recorded "Blue Moon" include Jan & Dean, Billy Eckstine, Elvis Presley, Cowboy Junkies and The Mavericks. The song was also featured on the "Apollo 13" soundtrack.

Steve Holy also released a song by the name of "Blue Moon" in 2000. Holy's "Blue Moon" was written by Gary Leach and Mark Tinney and appeared on his album of the same name.

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Before I took up smiling
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