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Frank's Rag Frank Mills. The Peter Piper Theme. A Spanish Love Song. Mary's Song. Music Box Dancer Frank Mills. The Poet and I Frank Mills. Rondo In America Frank Mills. A Song for Anromeda Frank Mills. Breakaway Frank Mills. One Summer Day Frank Mills. Prelude To Romance Frank Mills. On The Move Frank Mills. My Little Love Frank Mills. In his professional music career got its first taste of success.
Frank left The Bells in to focus his talents on making an instrumental album of his own compositions. In , he recorded another album on his own which was initially leased to a recording label that dissolved in bankruptcy, forcing his effort to lie in limbo for several years. As frustrating as that course of events seemed at the time, good fortune was to be the result.
One day my young daughter came to me with a broken music box to mend. There was a little dancer who popped up and spun around on a pedestal. Her arm was broken off. Mills attended McGill University  for five years. The fraternity piano had thumbtacks on every hammer and produced a unique sound.
In the late s, Mills became a member of The Bells. He left the band in just before it had international success with the single " Stay Awhile. Mills released an album in that featured "Music Box Dancer", but it was not a hit initially. When he re-signed with Polydor Records Canada in , the label released a new song as a single, with "Music Box Dancer" on the B-side. The program director played the A-side and could not figure out why it had been sent to his station, so he played the B-side to see if the record was mistakenly marked.
He liked "Music Box Dancer" and added it to his station's playlist, turning the record into a Canadian hit.Here are a bunch of songs written and played by Frank Mills.