Dinah Shore Sings
"See the USA in Your Chevrolet"

We've assembled a few great samples of Chevrolet's favorite woman spokesperson, Dinah Shore, for your viewing pleasure.

Shore pioneered the prime-time color variety show with the Chevrolet Sponsored The Dinah Shore Chevy Show starting in October 1956 on NBC and running on Sunday nights until the end of the 1963 season. Dinah Shore helped make the low-priced Chevrolet automobile the most widely selling car up to that point in history.

In this clip we see Dinah in a 1959 Impala Convertible singing her heart out with a few boys.

This clip is 2 minutes long, streaming media, and requires Real Player. This is a free downloadable program. How do you know if you already have it or not? Click on the photo of Dinah in the car...if a new program opens and begins playing it, you've got it...otherwise you don't!

Want to hear the classic song in MP3 format? Well here's the full version of the song which lasts about 59 seconds. It's a 840K files, so please be aware it may take a while to download if you don't have high speed internet...but the wait is worth it. It's very high quality. The lyrics can be found below.


See the USA in your Chevrolet
America is asking you to call
Drive your Chevrolet through the USA
America's the greatest land of all

On a highway, or a road along the levy
Performance is sweeter, nothing can beat her
Life is completer in a Chevy

So make a date today to see the USA
And see it in your Chevrolet

Traveling East, Travelling West
Wherever you go Chevy service is best
Southward or North, near place or far
There's a Chevrolet dealer for your Chevrolet car

So make a date today to see the USA
And see it in your Chevrolet.

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