Billy Murray demonstrates that mistakes can happen when you're Waiting for a Certain Girl (in 1907).
|Company||Edison's National Phonograph Company|
|Category||Song and chorus|
|Title||Waiting for a Certain Girl|
|Performed by||Billy Murray|
|Announcement||"Waiting for a Certain Girl, sung by Billy Murray. Edison record."|
An example of why Billy Murray was tops in his
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No. 9496, "Waiting for a Certain Girl," by Billy Murray and Chorus,
is a serio-comic song from Richard Carle's "The Spring Chicken,"
in which it is repeatedly encored at every
January 1907 Edison Phonograph Monthly [announcing the March records]
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