The Voxettes



Laura's Jazz Repertoire:

A day in the life of a fool

A kiss to build a dream on

A nightingale sang in Berkley Square

Ain't misbehavin

All of me

All the things you are

Almost like being in love

Angel eyes

At last

Autumn Leaves

Blame it on my youth

Blue skies

Body and soul

But not for me

Can't help loving that man of mine

Cheek to cheek

Cry me a river

Devil may care

Dream a little dream of me

East of the sun

Embraceble you

Fly me to the moon


God bless the child

Honeysuckle rose

How insensitive

I got rhythm

I only have eyes for you

I'll be seeing you

I'm a fool to want you

Let there be love

Lets fall in love

Love walked in


My funny valentine

My romance

Nice work if you can get it

Night and day

On the sunny side of the street

One note samba

Quiet nights of quiet stars

Round midnight


Spring can hang you up the most



The girl from Ipanema

The look of love

The nearness of you

The shadow of your smile

The very thought of you

The way you look tonight

They can't take that away from me

Time after time


What a difference a day made

When I fall in love

When sunny gets blue

You'd be so nice to come home to


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Laura's Soul / Pop Repertoire:

A thousand years - Christina Perri

Both sides now - Joni Mitchel

Close to you - Carpenters

Do right woman - Aretha Franklin

Don't know why - Norah Jones

Fields of gold - Eva Cassidy

For once in my life - Stevie Wonder

Imagine - John Lennon

Its got to be .. perfect - Fairground Attraction

Its too late - Carole King

I wish I knew - Nina Simone

Lets stay together - Al Green

Make you feel my love - Adele

Moondance - Van Morrison

Natural Woman - Carole King

Rainy days and Mondays - The Carpenters

Sitting on the dock of the bay - Otis Redding

Smile - Charlie Chaplin

Songbird - Eva Cassidy

Son of a preacher man - Dusty Springfield

Stay with me - Sam Smith

Stuck in the middle with you - Steelers Wheels

Take another little piece of my heart - Dusty Springfield

The first cut is the deepest - Cat Stevens / P P Arnold

The first time I ever saw your face - Roberta Flack

Walk on by - Dione Warrick

Way over yonder - Carole King

Will you still love me tomorrow? - Carole King

Wonderful world - Sam Cooke

You're all I need to get by - by Ashford and Simpson (Aretha Franklin version)

You've got a Friend - Carole King

Your song - Elton John