Sam Lewis

Samuel M. Lewis

Also known as Akst, Льюис, М. Льюис, J. Lewis, L., Lewis, Loose, Louis, S Lewis, S. E. Lewis, S. H. Lewis, S. Lewis, S. Louis, S. M. Lewis, S.Lewis, S.M. Lewis, S.M. Louis, Sam K. Lewis, Sam L. Lewis, Sam Louis, Sam M Lewis, Sam M. Lewi, Sam M. Lewis, Sam M.Lewis, Sam. M. Lewis, Samual Lewis, Samuel L. Lewis, Samuel Lewis, Samuel M. Lewis, Sm M. Lewis
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Sam Lewis (b. October 25, 1885 in New York City, New York) was an American singer and lyricist. Lewis began his music career by singing in cafes throughout New York City, and began writing songs in 1912.

He wrote numerous songs, and collaborated with other song writers, most frequently with [a=Joe Young (3)], but also with [a=Harry Warren (2)], [a=J. Fred Coots], [a=Victor Young], [a=Peter De Rose], and [a=Harry Akst], among others.

Some the most known songs he (co-)wrote include: "For All We Know", "Dinah", "Gloomy Sunday" and "Just Friends".

He passed away in New York City on November 22, 1959.

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