What Every Girl Should Know (album)

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What Every Girl Should Know
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Studio album by Doris Day
Released 1960
Recorded December, 1959
Genre Pop
Label Columbia
Doris Day chronology
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What Every Girl Should Know is an album recorded by Doris Day in December, 1959 and issued by Columbia Records on March 21, 1960 as catalog number CS-8234. Doris Day was backed by Harry Zimmerman's Orchestra.

The album was combined with Day's 1961 album, I Have Dreamed, on a compact disc, issued in 2001.

Track listing[edit]

The tracks on the album were:

No. Title Writer(s) Date recorded Length
1. "What Every Girl Should Know"   Wells/Holt December 11, 1959  
2. "Mood Indigo"   Ellington/Mills/Bigard December 11, 1959  
3. "When You're Smiling"   Fisher/Shay/Goodwin December 17, 1959  
4. "A Fellow Needs a Girl"   Hammerstein/Rodgers December 11, 1959  
5. "My Kinda Love"   Jo Trent/Louis Alter December 17, 1959  
6. "What's the Use of Wond'rin'?"   Hammerstein/Rodgers December 11, 1959  
7. "Something Wonderful"   Hammerstein/Rodgers December 22, 1959  
8. "A Hundred Years from Today"   Washington/Young/Young December 17, 1959  
9. "You Can't Have Everything"   Mack Gordon/Harry Revel December 17, 1959  
10. "Not Only Should You Love Him"   Sid Robin December 22, 1959  
11. "What Does a Woman Do?"   Allie Wrubel/Maxwell Anderson December 22, 1959  
12. "The Everlasting Arms"   Webster/Martin Broones December 22, 1959