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Sway is the English version of "¿Quién será?", a 1953 mambo song by Mexican composer and bandleader Pablo Beltrán Ruiz. In 1954 the English lyrics were written by Norman Gimbel and recorded by Dean Martin. The Dean Martin recording reached number fifteen on the Billboard magazine best-seller chart and number six on the UK chart.
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The Daily Ukulele — Leap Year Edition — 366 Songs for Better Living book.
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