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A couple of Doc Pomus’ greatest hits as a songwriter…

The Drifters: Save the Last Dance for Me, 1960

Doc Pomus was crippled by polio. He got the idea for this song on his wedding day.  His wife—an actress and dancer on Broadway—danced with one man after another while Doc Pomus sat in a wheelchair.  So he wrote “Save The Last Dance For Me” for his new bride…

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