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If you were getting married 100 years ago, you probably would have danced to Carrie Jacobs-Bond's "I Love You Truly."
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August 29, 2009 The singer-songwriter owned all of the rights to all of her songs, which isn't terribly uncommon today. But Bond was writing at the turn of the last century — a woman in a man's business.
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