|The Song Of The Sewing Machine|
|21168||Fanny Brice||My Man / The Song Of The Sewing Machine (Shellac, 10")||Victor||21168||US||1928|
|E.A.511||Fanny Brice||My Man / The Song Of The Sewing Machine (Shellac, 10")||His Master's Voice||E.A.511||Australia||1929|
My Man. Written-By – Channing Pollock, Maurice Yvain. B. The Song Of The Sewing Machine. Written-By – Macdonald, Rose, Greer. Directed By – Nathaniel Shilkret. Vocals – Fanny Brice.
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Mon Homme" (French pronunciation: ) is a popular song also known by its English translation, "My Man". The song was originally composed by Maurice Yvain with French lyrics by Jacques-Charles (Jacques Mardochée Charles) and Albert Willemetz. The English lyrics were written by Channing Pollock
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