Who Sang the Original My Funny Valentine?

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'My Funny Valentine' was originally written by Lorenz Hart and sang by Richard Rodgers. It was a show tune published in 1937 and after being recorded by Chet Bakers and Miles Davis, the tune became a popular jazz standard.
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It was first sung by Judy Garland in the musical "Babes in Arms" in 1939, but the earliest and most famous jazz version is the Chet Baker and Gerry Mulligan version, released
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It's a song from the Rodgers and Hart musical "Babes in Arms". It has been covered by many people including Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Bing Crosby, Miles Davis, Tony
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It's hard to say, but the earliest version I know of is Billy Walker's version that reached #23 on the country chart in 1961.
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Matt Giraud performed "My Funny Valentine" on American Idol. Go ahead. Call it. "The New American Idol is . . . Adam Lambert!" Does anybody seriously doubt that
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The song 'my funny valentine' was originally sang by Mitzi Green in her role as Susie Ward in babes in arms, a musical comedy composed by Richard Rodgers. The song has, over the years, been covered by numerous other artists such as Judy garland, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Chaka Khan, Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra.
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