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    A Connie Francis Group of Music Scores from Her Huge Hit Songs 'Where The Boys Are' and 'Who's Sorry Now,' 1960s. Three total; one for 'Boys,' one for 'Who's Sorry Now' with 'Please Don't Talk,' and one for 'Who's Sorry Now' with 'Just In Time;' all are handwritten scores as well as copies of scores, many pages are annotated in pencil or in ink by either Francis or her collaborators, two are signed in blue felt-tip ink on the covers in part "Connie Francis;" used by the singer in studios over the years to record two of her most memorable songs.
    14" x 10"
    Included with a 'Certificate of Authenticity' hand-signed by Connie Francis.


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    October, 2017
    1st Sunday
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