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Come take a swim in my ocean

Come take a swim in my ocean

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The Victor Talking Machine Company was an American flagship record company headquartered in Camden, New Jersey. In 1915, the "His Master's Voice" logo was rendered in immense circular leaded-glass windows in the tower of the Victrola factory building.

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01/01/1909
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Contributors

Haydn Quartet (vocal_group)
Billy Murray (tenor_vocal)
Gus Edwards (composer)
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