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Edward Abraham Snyder (February 22, 1919 – March 10, 2011) was an American composer and songwriter. Snyder is credited with co-writing the English language lyrics and music for Frank Sinatra's 1966 hit, "Strangers in the Night".
Eddie Snyder died on March 10, 2011 in Lakeland, Florida, at the age of 92.
- "Strangers in the Night"
- "Love Me Again", a 1958 song that was a single for Jodie Sands, covered by Jimmy Young, Eve Boswell, Dickie Valentine, and Petula Clark
- "What Will Mary Say" (Johnny Mathis)
- "Spanish Eyes" (Al Martino)
- "Talk to Me" (Frank Sinatra)
- "A Time for Us" (Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet)
- "Girl with the Golden Braids" and "One More Mountain" (Perry Como)
- "Bitter and the Sweet" (Billy Eckstine)
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