Woods, Harry
Harry M Woods (1896-1970) was born in Massachusetts, USA.  His mother encouraged him to play the piano, even though he was born with no fingers on his left hand.  He went on to become a popular performer and song writer, and wrote or co-wrote many of the popular songs of the 20th century; including "When the Red, Red Robin", "I'm looking over a four-leafed clover", "Try a little tenderness", "I'm going South", "My old man" and "What a little moonlight can do."

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