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100 1  Burke, Johnny,|d1908-1964 
400 1  Burke, John,|d1908-1964 
500 1  |wnnnc|aRogan, K. C.,|d1908-1964 
500 1  |wnnnc|aLorah, Juan y d' 
663    For works of this author written in collaboration with 
       Harold Spina, or under other names search also under
       |bLorah, Juan y d'|bRogan, K. C., 1908-1964 
670    Misty, 1954:|bt.p. (music by Johnny Burke) 
670    Midnight madonna [MP] 1937:|bcredits (lyrics, John Burke) 
670    Halliwell's Filmgoer's comp., 1985|b(Burke, Johnny; b. 
       1908 d. 1964) 
670    Wild horses [SR] 1953:|blabel (K.C. Rogan) 
670    Lyrcis for song.net WWW site, June 16, 2011:|bWild horses 
       (words and music by Johnny Burke, under the pseudonym K.C.
       Rogan ) 
670    Wikipedia, July 25, 2011|b(Johnny Burke; b. Oct. 3, 1908 
       in Antioch, Calif.; d. Feb. 25, 1964; a lyricist, widely 
       regarded as one of the finest writers of popular songs in 
       America between the 1920s and 1950s.  He attended the 
       University of Wisconsin-Madison; joined the Irving Berlin 
       Publishing Company, as a pianist and song salesman and 
       began to write lyrics in collaboration with composer 
       Harold Spina; in Hollywood Burke partnered with several 
       others, but he made his mark in collaboration with Jimmy 
       van Heusen.  Burke and Van Heusen turned out some of the 
       great hit tunes of the late 1930s and throughout the 1940s
       incl., Pennies from heaven, Moonlight Becomes You, 
       Swinging on a star, etc.)