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"Sugar Bush" is a popular song, composed by Fred Michel (born in 1898) in 1930. It was translated into English by Josef Marais. Michel sold the rights to Polliacks for a small sum of money. A version recorded as a duet by Doris Day and Frankie Laine was the best-known recording, and appeared on the first UK Singles Chart in November 1952, peaking at number 8 in a total chart run of eight weeks. A version by Eve Boswell, was also recorded in the United Kingdom. The song is based on a traditional South-African song, "Suikerbossie" ("Sugar Bush" in Afrikaans).

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  • "Sugar Bush" is a popular song, composed by Fred Michel (born in 1898) in 1930. It was translated into English by Josef Marais. Michel sold the rights to Polliacks for a small sum of money. A version recorded as a duet by Doris Day and Frankie Laine was the best-known recording, and appeared on the first UK Singles Chart in November 1952, peaking at number 8 in a total chart run of eight weeks. A version by Eve Boswell, was also recorded in the United Kingdom. The song is based on a traditional South-African song, "Suikerbossie" ("Sugar Bush" in Afrikaans).
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  • "Sugar Bush" is a popular song, composed by Fred Michel (born in 1898) in 1930. It was translated into English by Josef Marais. Michel sold the rights to Polliacks for a small sum of money. A version recorded as a duet by Doris Day and Frankie Laine was the best-known recording, and appeared on the first UK Singles Chart in November 1952, peaking at number 8 in a total chart run of eight weeks. A version by Eve Boswell, was also recorded in the United Kingdom. The song is based on a traditional South-African song, "Suikerbossie" ("Sugar Bush" in Afrikaans).
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