|134-X45||The Rainbows||Evening / Mary Lee (7", Single)||Red Robin||134-X45||US||1954|
|703||The Rainbows||Mary Lee / Evening (Shellac, 10")||Pilgrim||703||US||1956|
|COL 1659||The Rainbows||Evening / Mary Lee (7", Single, RE)||Collectables||COL 1659||US||Unknown|
|COL.1659||The Rainbows||Mary Lee / Evening (7", RE, Red)||Collectables, Red Robin||COL.1659||US||Unknown|
|134||The Rainbows||Evening / Mary Lee (Shellac, 10")||Red Robin||134||US||1954|
Mary Lee. Written-By – The Rainbows (3). 2:27. Companies, etc. Published By – Bob-Dan Music. Manufactured By – Robinson Record Corp. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat. The Rainbows (3). Evening, Mary Lee (7", Single, RE). Collectables.
Mary Lee. Artist: The Rainbows. Album: Lost In the Airwaves -1955-1965, 2016. The Rainbows were a group started in high school in Washington, . They were a hot group in local talent shows and teen parties. There song Mary Lee was the first fast tempo of the "Doo Wop" rhythm and blues. This was a time when there were several groups blossoming in . The Clovers, Faith, Hope and Charity, Ray, Goodman and Brown (originally Mark and the Moments then the Moments), The Starlighters (later Anacostia, both led by Van McCoy) etc.
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Mary Lee Lyrics by The Rainbows. Now, listen to all your favourite songs, along with the lyrics, only on JioSaavn. Twas all on a cold winter's night When the winds blew across the wild moor, That Mary came wand'ring along with her child, Till she came to her own father's door. O why did I leave this dear spot, Where once I was happy and free? And now doomed to roam without friends or a home, And none to take pity on me?
Where Rainbows End (known as Love, Rosie or Rosie Dunne in the United States) is the second novel by Irish writer Cecelia Ahern, published in 2004. The book reached number one in Ireland and the United Kingdom, and was a best seller internationally. The book won the German CORINE Award in 2005. In 2014, the novel was adapted into a film titled Love, Rosie.