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Lyrics (Excerpt)They try to tell us we're too young Too young to really be in love They say that loves a word A word we've only heard But can't begin to know the meaning of Related Video Listen to Nat King Cole's recording of this timeless tune on You Tube.

This "after the break-up" song was written by singer-songwriter Hank Williams Sr. Williams' recording of this song was released in 1953; after his death.

Also known by the title "In the Still of the Nite;" this song was written by Five Satins lead vocalist, Fred Parris, and published by the Five Satins in 1956 under the Standord label. Lyrics (Excerpt)In the still of the night I held you Held you tight' Cause I love Love you so Promise I'll never Let you go In the still of the night Related Video Watch the Five Satins' heartfelt performance of this song on You Tube.

Lyrics (Excerpt)Mona Lisa, Mona ‚ÄčLisa, men have named you You're so like the lady with the mystic smile Is it only 'cause you're lonely they have blamed you? Related Video Listen to Nat King Cole's beautiful rendition of this song on You Tube.

The 1940s silhouette had wide shoulders and a short skirt, but the 1950s styles were hourglass in shape (a fitted body with small shoulders, a small waistline, a full skirt and higher heels).

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