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Do you like Julie London's classic love song, Fly Me to the Moon?

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I like it a lot, because it is a very nice, very relaxing, and very soothing love song for anyone to listen to relax.

It is used as the ending credits song to the very popular Japanese mecha anime, Neon Genesis Evangelion.

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asked Jan 7 in Love by Ronnio (241,360 points)

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Are you sure that is Julie London's version?  To me, it sounds nothing like  her.   I loved her voice - my dad had a huge thing for her back in the day.

Look in the mirror...that's your competition.

answered Jan 7 by lavender (2,739,800 points)
I'm 100% confident that this particular version of Fly Me to the Moon was definitely performed by Julie London.

I'm 100% certain that it is indeed her voice and not someone else's voice.

Did you play the video and watch it in high definition (HD) video format?

Maybe you can recognize Julie London's voice a lot better, if you had watched the music video in crystal clear high definition (HD) video and audio quality.

I personally watched and listened to the song at its maximum and highest high definition (HD) video and audio quality myself.
Maybe it's not the same Julie London that I am thinking of - the one who was also an actress (on Emergency!).    It sounds nothing like her, so might be a different Julie.
The Julie London that I'm referring to was the famous American singer and actress.

See my post below.     I posted Julie London's song
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I forget how to posts links etc, but here is a link to the Julie London I am thinking of who sung this song as well:

Look in the mirror...that's your competition.

answered Jan 7 by lavender (2,739,800 points)
Yes, it is the exact same person.
Yes, but the voices are completely different.  :)
No, the voices sounded very similar to me.
loll ok  :)
Your version is the original full length unabridged one, while the Neon Genesis Evangelion one is the shortened abridged one.
Two different voices, but it's okay.  :)
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