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  1. Lyrics to 'Little Things Mean A Lot' by Kitty Kallen. Blow me a kiss from across the room / Say I look nice when I'm not / Touch my hair as you pass my chair / Little things mean a lot Discovered using Shazam, the music discovery app.
  2. Jan 07,  · Kitty Kallen, silken-voiced pop singer of ‘Little Things Mean a Lot,’ dies at 94 - The Washington Post. By Adam Bernstein. Adam Bernstein. Obituary editor. .
  3. Nothing clicked in a big way until , when a contract with Decca paid dividends with a pair of million-sellers, "Little Things Mean a Lot" (her signature song) and "In the Chapel in the Moonlight." Kallen proved popular on television, although by the mid-'50s, she .
  4. Kitty Kallen was an American popular singer whose career spanned from the s to the s, to include the Swing era of the Big Band years, the post-WWII pop scene and the early years of rock 'n roll. Kallen performed with popular big band leaders of the s, including Jimmy Dorsey and Harry James, before establishing a solo career. She is widely known for her solo recording '"Little .
  5. Listen free to Kitty Kallen – Little Things Mean a Lot (Little Things Mean a Lot, I Don't Think You Love Me Anymore). 2 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at parpeinumbmatitheranibocamama.xyzinfo
  6. rows · She is best known for her solo recording '"Little Things Mean a Lot" — a song that .
  7. Jan 07,  · During the s, she recorded numerous albums and spawned the hits "In the Chapel in the Moonlight" (), "Little Things Mean a Lot" (), a collaboration with Georgie Shaw on "Go On With the Wedding" () and "If I Give You My Love" ().
  8. Kitty Kallen, Soundtrack: The Second Greatest Sex. Kitty Kallen was born on May 25, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Katharine Kalinsky. She was married to Budd Granoff and Clint Garvin. She died on January 7, in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
  9. Year. Kitty Kallen. Little Things Mean A Lot / I Don't Think You Love Me Anymore ‎ (Shellac, 10") Decca. US. /5(13).

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