Joe Sherman (songwriter)

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Joe Sherman is an American songwriter.

Among the standards that Sherman composed, often with his brother, lyricist Noel Sherman, are "To the Ends of the Earth and "Eso Beso" for Paul Anka and "Juke Box Baby" for Perry Como.[1] His brother predeceased him in 1972.[2]

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  1. ^ Arthur Langer Songs at Twilight: Stories of My Time 2012- Page 187 "... Joe had already built an outstanding reputation as a songwriter, having written such hits as “Rambling Rose” and “Sunday, That Summer” for Nat “King” Cole, “Eso Beso” for Paul Anka, and others like “To The Ends Of The Earth” and “Graduation Day ..."
  2. ^ Billboard - 24 June 1972 - Page 70 Vol. 84, n° 26 "NEW YORK— Noel Sherman, lyricist and nightclub producer, died here on June 4 at the age of 42. He was ... Among the standards that Sherman composed are "Rambling Rose," "Graduation Day," "Eso Beso" and "To the Ends of the Earth.