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  1. Lyrics to "Let's Face The Music And Dance" by NAT KING COLE: There may be trouble ahead, / But while theres moonlight and music and love and romance, / Let's face the music and dance. / Before the fiddlers have fled, / Before they ask us to pay the bill, / And while we still have the chance, / Let's face the music a.
  2. Nat King Cole With Orchestra Conducted By Billy May: Nat King Cole With Orchestra Conducted By Billy May - Let's Face The Music! ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) Capitol Records: W US: Sell This Version/5(36).
  3. Let's Face the Music!, an Album by Nat "King" Cole. Released in February on Capitol (catalog no. SW ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Traditional Pop, Vocal Jazz.
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  6. Nat King Cole "Some performers - like myself - have to be loud and rambunctious. But Nat was just Nat." - Sammy Davis, Jr. On December 20, , a little more than a week before the start of the period covered by this box set, Nat King Cole and his musical director Nelson Riddle recorded A Blossom chedbetheligemspromawbumarwithspombe.coinfo song would be one of Cole's big hits of ; in it would .
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  8. Lyrics to 'Let's Face The Music And Dance' by Nat King Cole. There may be trouble ahead, / But while theres moonlight and music and love and romance, / Let's face the music and dance.
  9. Recorded in November , but not released until , Nat King Cole 's Let's Face the Music!, a swinging album of rhythm tunes, is notable in his catalog for two reasons: it marked another reunion (the last, as it turned out) with arranger/conductor Billy May, and it is the only instance of an LP on which Cole was heard playing the Hammond organ.

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