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Come Back Suzanne         
"Come Back Suzanne" is a song by Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones, released in 1982 as a single from his eponymous third solo studio album, through A&M Records. He described it as "a little bit Stonesy.
Lover, Come Back to Me         
ORIGINAL SHOW TUNE COMPOSED BY SIGMUND ROMBERG, LYRICS BY OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN II; FROM THE 1927 OPERETTA "THE NEW MOON"
Lover Come Back to Me; Lover Come Back To Me; Lover, Come Back to Me!
"Lover, Come Back to Me" is a popular song composed by Sigmund Romberg with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II for the Broadway show The New Moon, where the song was introduced by Evelyn Herbert and Robert Halliday (as Robert Misson). The song was published in 1928.
Suzanne Silvercruys         
  • Suzanne Silvercruys in 1918, from ''[[The Oregonian]]''
BELGIAN-AMERICAN SCULPTOR AND POLITICAL ACTIVIST
Suzanne Farnam; Suzanne Stevenson; SUZANNE SILVERCRUYS; Suzanne Silvercruys Farnam
Baroness Suzanne Silvercruys (married names Suzanne Farnam, Suzanne Stevenson; May 29, 1898 – March 31, 1973) was a Belgian-American sculptor and political activist, founder and first president of the Minute Women of the U.S.