Every Day's a Holiday (song)
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The song was released as a Brunswick 78 single, 8071, backed with "Sweet Stranger", in January, 1938 by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra which reached number 17 on Billboard, staying on the charts for one week. The vocals were by Kathleen Lane.
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