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  1. Tracklist with lyrics of the album ON THE BANKS OF THE SUNNY SAN JUAN [] of Eddie Dean: I Wonder Why You Said Goodbye - Walking the Floor Over You -.
  2. THE LATE AND GREAT EDDIE DEAN () - Boogie Woogie Cowboy / There’s A Reason / Try Smilin’ / Rose Of Santa Fe / How Can You Say You Love Me / Pay Me No Mind / I Hung My Head And Cried / Someday You’ll Know You Did Wrong / Promise To Be True While I’m Away / I’ve Sold My Saddle For An Old Guitar / Poor Old Bill / Rainbow Over.
  3. Eddie Dean: On the Banks of the Sunny San Juan Eddie Dean: One Foot Caught in Quicksand Eddie Dean: One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart) Eddie Dean: One You Must Choose Eddie Dean: Palamino Pal of Mine Eddie Dean: Pay Me No Mind Eddie Dean: Poor Little Swallow Eddie Dean: Poor Old Bill Eddie Dean: Promise to Be True While I'm Away Eddie Dean.
  4. Eddie Dean, Actor: Wild West. Eddie Dean made his name as a country-western singer on radio in the '30s. He journeyed to Hollywood to make it in western movies, debuting in Manhattan Love Song (), but he could only land bit parts in features and musical shorts. His career started to take off in the early s, though, and by he was among the more popular of the.
  5. I Wonder Why You Said Goodbye; 2. Walking the Floor over You; 3. This Little Rosary; 4. Rose of Santa Fe; 5. How Can You Say You Love Me? 6. Cryin' Myself to Sleep; 7. Pay Me No Mind; 8. I Hung My Head and Cried; 9. Someday You'll Know You Did Wrong; Promise to Be True While I'm Away; On the Banks of the Sunny San Juan; Palamino Pal.
  6. Eddie Dean's songs: Listen to songs by Eddie Dean on Myspace, On the Banks of the Sunny San Juan. 1. Palamino Pal of Mine Someday You'll Know You Did Wrong. Eddie Dean. On the Banks of the Sunny San Juan. 0. Prairie Moonbeams. Eddie Dean. On the Banks of the Sunny San Juan.
  7. Find Eddie Dean song information on AllMusic. Singer/songwriter/musician and B-movie cowboy Eddie Dean (born Edgar Dean Glosup) appeared in Hollywood westerns of the late '30s through the late '40s and also had a modest career in country music.
  8. Eddie Dean (born Edgar Dean Glosup, () July 9, – () March 4, ) was an American Western singer and actor whom Roy Rogers and Gene Autry termed the best cowboy singer of all time. Dean was best known for "I Dreamed Of A Hill-Billy Heaven" (), which became an even greater hit for Tex Ritter in References.

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