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See Natalie Cole perform "It's Crazy," a song from her current CD.
Natalie Cole: Ask A Woman Who Knows
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"I Haven't Got Anything Better To Do"
Music and lyrics by Lee Pockriss and Paul Vance
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"Let's Face the Music and Dance"
Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin
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"Ask a Woman Who Knows"
Music and lyrics by Victor Abrams
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"Tell Me All About It"
Music and lyrics by Michael Franks
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"My Baby Cares for Me"
Music and lyrics by Walter Donaldson and Gus Kahn
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"So Many Stars"
Music and lyrics by Sergio Mendes, Alan Bergman, and Marilyn Bergman
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"'S Wonderful"
Music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin
Diana Krall

"More Than You'll Ever Know"
Music and lyrics by Michael Ruff
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"It's Crazy"
Music and lyrics by Al Fields and Timmie Rogers
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"Route 66"
Music and lyrics by Bobby Troup
Natalie Cole and Diana Krall

Music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin
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"I Told You So"
Music and lyrics by Duncan Lamont
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"I'm a Woman"
Music and lyrics by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
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"Calling You"
Music and lyrics by Robert Telson
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"Better Than Anything"
Music and lyrics by Bill Loughborough and David Wheat
Natalie Cole and Diana Krall

"This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)"
Music and lyrics by Chuck Jackson and Marvin Yancy
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"I'm Glad There Is You"
Music and lyrics by Jimmy Dorsey and Paul Madeira
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Special guest Diana Krall.

Celebrating 30 Years: The first of the series' 52 Emmys went to BERNSTEIN AND THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC (1975) for Outstanding Classical Composedal Program.
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