Larry Verne

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Larry Verne[[http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:JF_16fQm6frNaM:http://bp2.blogger.com/_z9nRsPh_41s/Rsc4f6tSICI/AAAAAAAAA5Q/sqjeiTC2t3c/s320/LarryVerne.jpg||Larry Verne]]

[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_verne||Larry Verne]] (born February 8, 1936, Minneapolis, Minnesota) was an American novelty song singer. Verne scored two U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart hit singles in 1960: "Mister Livingston" (#75) and "Mr. Custer" (#1, #9 R&B). "Mr. Custer" was written by Fred Darian, Al DeLory, and Joe Van Winkle. In the UK, "Mr. Custer" was successfully covered by Charlie Drake.

[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Custer||"Mr. Custer"]] is a novelty song, sung by Larry Verne, that was a number-one song in the United States during the year 1960. It topped the Billboard magazine chart on October 10, 1960 and remained there for one week. It is a comical song about a soldier's plea to Custer at the climatic Battle of the Little Bighorn against the Sioux that he did not want to fight.