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Why Should I Say
That I'm Sorry ?
Nat Shilkret & the
Feat. Henry Burr
This side was produced in New York City on April 28t 1927 by the "Victor Studio Orchestra" under the direction of Nat Shilkret and Leonard W. Joy, featuring Henry Burr vocals.
*"Why should I say that I'm sorry (When Nobody's Sorry But Me)" was composed by Larry Conley.
Canadian tenor, Henry Burr coveys a complete lack of empathy for others in the role of a consummate looser whose own sorrow overtakes all.
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