The Music in IT’S ALL IN THE GAME a 1958 number one hit by Tommy Edwards was written by Vice President Charles Dawes in 1912. Probably the most important thing he ever did. Was he talking about love or politics?
An airborne jitterbug, fast shag of the 50s was LITTLE BITTY PRETTY ONE by Thurston Harris. Written and first recorded by Bobby Day, Thurston knocked it off almost exactly and sang it to a hit. The next year Frankie Lymon covered it. Then Clyde McPhatter, then the Jackson Five, Huey Lewis and the Doobie Brothers took a whack at the infectiously upbeat tune with the memorable hum buildup... solo hum, duet hum, then a group hum. Great song!