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Frank Sinatra - "Chicago (That Toddlin Town)"

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Chicago, Chicago, that toddlin' town Chicago, Chicago, I'll show you around, yeah (You'll stay around) Bet your bottom dollar, you lose the blues in Chicago, Chicago, the folks who visit All wanna settle down, mmm (All wanna settle down in my hometown) On State Street that great street, I just wanna say They do things they don't do on Broadway You'll have the time, the time of your life Bring all your friends, all your kids and your wife To Chicago, Chicago, my hometown, hey, now baby Ooh baby, you'll have the time, the time of your life Bring all your friends, all your kids and your wife To Chicago, Chicago my hometown Oh, to Chicago, Chicago, my hometown, yeah "Chicago" is a popular song. It was written by Fred Fisher and was published in 1922. The song has been recorded by many artists, but the best-known version is by Frank Sinatra. One line mentions that evangelist, Billy Sunday could not shut down Chicago. The song was featured in H.C. Potter's 1939 film, The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle, starring Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. It was later performed by Sinatra in a 1957 movie in which he starred, The Joker Is Wild. The song was also featured in the opening and closing credits of the 1942 movie "Roxie Hart" starring Ginger Rogers and Adolphe Menjou. Jamey Aebersold Ann-Margret George Barnes Luis Barreiro Count Basie Laura Benanti - The Playboy Club Tony Bennett Pierre Blanchard Claude Bolling Boston Pops Orchestra Dave Brubeck John Bunch Benny Carter Chicago - Night and Day: Big-Band (1995) Rosemary Clooney Graham Dalby & the Grahamophones Sammy Davis Jr. Jimmy Dorsey Tommy Dorsey John Eaton Duke Ellington Bob Florence Pete Fountain Sergio Franchi (In Italian!) on his 1964 RCA single[1] Sergio Franchi (In Italian!) on his 1965 RCA album Live at the Cocoanut Grove. Bud Freeman Jackie and Roy Judy Garland on her double LP Judy at Carnegie Hall (1961) The Georgians (1922)[2] Harry Goldson Nat Gonella & His Georgians (unrelated to the 1922 Georgians) Benny Goodman Stéphane Grappelli Coleman Hawkins Earl Hines Mimi Hines Franz Jackson Milt Jackson Jazzbo's Carolina Serenaders Jive Bunny & the Mastermixers Al Jolson Greetje Kauffeld François Laudet Lead Belly Joe Lovano Billy May Dudley Moore Jack Mudurian Bill O'Connell Anita O'Day Original Piano Trio Oscar Peterson Louis Prima Quintet of the Hot Club of France Lou Rawls Django Reinhardt Buddy Rich Tony Sandler Bob Scobey The Sentimental Strings John Serry, Sr. and his ensemble Screeching Weasel Ray Sherman Victor Silvester Frank Sinatra - Come Fly with Me (1962) Muggsy Spanier The Starlite Orchestra Wally Stott and his Orchestra Barbara Sutton Curtis George Holmes Tate Gary Tesca Rufus Wainwright - Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall (2007) Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra World's Greatest Jazz Band Wurlitzer Band Organ Wurlitzer Model 165 Band Organ