It is taking longer than expected to fetch the next song to play. The music should be playing soon. If you get tired of waiting, you can try reloading your browser.

Please check our Help page for information about troubleshooting Pandora on your browser.

Please ensure you are using the latest Flash Player.

If you are unable or do not wish to upgrade your Flash Player,
please try a different browser.

Please check our Help page for information about troubleshooting Pandora on your browser.
Your Pandora One subscription will expire shortly.
More Info
No Thanks
Your Pandora One trial will expire shortly.
Your Pandora One trial subscription will expire shortly. Upgrade to continue unlimited, ad-free listening.
Upgrade Now
You've listened to hours of Pandora this month. Consider upgrading to Pandora One.
More Info
No Thanks
Hi . Pandora is using Facebook to personalize your experience. Learn MoreNo Thanks
 Upgrade  sign up   |   help   |  
Change Skin

Free personalized radio that
plays the music you love

Now Playing
Music Feed
My Profile
Create a Station
People who also like this

Judy Garland

Singer/actress Judy Garland had a varied career that began in vaudeville and extended into movies, records, radio, television, and personal appearances. She is best remembered as the big-voiced star of a series of movie musicals, particularly The Wizard of Oz, in which she sang her signature song, "Over the Rainbow." But unlike most other film stars of her era, she also maintained a career as a recording artist, and after her movie-making days were largely over, she was able to transfer her stardom to performing and recording, culminating in her Grammy-winning number one album Judy at Carnegie Hall.

The third daughter of former vaudevillians running a theater in Grand Rapids, MN, Garland made her stage debut singing "Jingle Bells" during the holiday season when she was two years old. Soon after, she joined the singing group formed by her two sisters. Early on, her surprisingly mature voice caused her to dominate the group. Her family moved to California in the fall of 1926, where the sisters found occasional work on-stage and on radio, even appearing in several film shorts in 1929 and 1930. In the summer of 1934, they toured in the Midwest, where George Jessel suggested they change their name from the Gumm Sisters to the Garland Sisters; eventually, each sister also picked a new first name, with Garland choosing hers for the Hoagy Carmichael/Sammy Lerner song "Judy."

The Garland Sisters broke up in the summer of 1935 upon the marriage of Garland's oldest sister, Mary Jane. Soon after, Garland successfully auditioned for the MGM film studio, and she was signed to a contract that fall. Within weeks, she made her network radio debut on The Shell Chateau Hour. The movie studio did not have immediate plans for her, but her career did advance in another area. She had made test recordings on two occasions in 1935 for Decca Records; finally, in June 1936 the label recorded her singing "Stompin' at the Savoy" and released it the following month as her debut single, although she was not yet signed to a term contract with the label.

Garland made her feature film debut in the musical Pigskin Parade, on loan to the 20th Century Fox studio, in November 1936. She finally made an impression at MGM when she sang a version of "You Made Me Love You" with special material written by Roger Edens that transformed it into a tribute to film star Clark Gable, at Gable's birthday party on February 1, 1937. The performance was re-created in Broadway Melody of 1938, released in August. After attending a preview, Decca president Jack Kapp finally decided to sign Garland to a recording contract, and the label soon released her studio versions of "Everybody Sing" and "Dear Mr. Gable: You Made Me Love You" from the film.

Garland made four more films (Thoroughbreds Don't Cry, Everybody Sing, Listen, Darling, and Love Finds Andy Hardy) and a couple more singles through 1938, but she didn't achieve major stardom until the release of The Wizard of Oz in August 1939. Glenn Miller had jumped the gun on the film by recording "Over the Rainbow," and the song was already a hit before the movie was released. But Garland's recording for Decca also became popular, and her success was sealed by the release of Babes in Arms shortly after The Wizard of Oz. At the 1939 Academy Awards in February 1940, she was presented with a miniature Oscar for her outstanding performance as a screen juvenile. In March, Decca released her first album, Judy Garland Souvenir Album, a three-disc, six-song set combining the "Dear Mr. Gable: You Made Me Love You" single with her current singles "In Between" (from Love Finds Andy Hardy) and "Figaro" (from Babes in Arms).

Garland appeared in three films in 1940, Andy Hardy Meets Debutante, Strike Up the Band, and Little Nellie Kelly, and she scored a Top Ten hit with her recording of "I'm Nobody's Baby," featured in the first of them. Her December recording session for songs from Little Nellie Kelly was conducted by David Rose, whom she married on July 28, 1941. She appeared in another three movies that year, Ziegfeld Girl, Life Begins for Andy Hardy, and Babes on Broadway. Her only film released in 1942 was For Me and My Gal, also starring Gene Kelly, who paired with her on a recording of the title song that became a Top Ten hit. In 1943, she starred in Presenting Lily Mars and Girl Crazy, and made a guest appearance in Thousands Cheer. She also made her concert debut during the year, appearing on July 1 with the Philadelphia Orchestra under André Kostelanetz at an open-air performance at the Robin Hood Dell in Philadelphia reported to have attracted 30,000 listeners, and toured service camps in support of the war effort.

Garland's film work became less frequent after 1943, tending to average a single major release each year. Meet Me in St. Louis, her next movie, was released in December 1944, directed by Vincente Minnelli, whom she married on June 15, 1945, just after her divorce from David Rose. Her recording of "The Trolley Song" from the score became a Top Ten hit, as did her album of songs from the film. She followed with another Minnelli-directed film, The Clock, in May 1945, her first non-singing dramatic role. In June, she joined Bing Crosby on a recording of the novelty "Yah-Ta-Ta Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk, Talk, Talk)," her first Top Ten hit with a song not featured in one of her films. Lyricist Johnny Mercer got the jump on all competitors in scoring a hit with his song "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe" (written with composer Harry Warren) from Garland's upcoming film, The Harvey Girls, taking it to number one in July. But Garland's version, released in September, was also a Top Ten hit. The film appeared in January 1946.

Garland gave birth to a daughter, Liza Minnelli, on March 12, 1946, and cut back on her work schedule, though she made guest appearances in two other 1946 films, Ziegfeld Follies and Till the Clouds Roll By. The latter, a biography of Jerome Kern, marked the birth of MGM Records and with it the soundtrack album, its aural equivalent reaching the Top Ten. Although Garland remained nominally signed to Decca, the rest of her record releases through 1950 were MGM soundtrack recordings.

Garland returned to filmmaking full-time with The Pirate, released in June 1948, followed quickly by Easter Parade, co-starring Fred Astaire, in July, and then by a guest appearance in Words and Music in December. The last, a biography of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, produced a number one soundtrack album. At this point, Garland's relationship with MGM began to unravel. Decades of diet pills to control her weight, amphetamines to give her energy, and barbiturates to help her sleep -- reportedly given to her by her mother early on and later by the studio -- had resulted in addiction and emotional instability inconsistent with the grueling demands of making lavish movie musicals. At the same time, the studio, losing audiences to television and facing a severing of its relationship with the Loews' theater chain, was more dependent on big-budget films and more constrained financially. Cast in a second Fred Astaire film, The Barkleys of Broadway, Garland was fired from the production and suspended by the studio for her erratic behavior. She was then reinstated and made In the Good Old Summertime, released in the summer of 1949. By then, she had been fired from Annie Get Your Gun and suspended a second time. She was again reinstated and made Summer Stock, which was released in the summer of 1950 and produced a Top Ten soundtrack album. But when she was fired from Royal Wedding and suspended a third time, on July 17, 1950, she made a halfhearted suicide attempt that got into the papers and substantially changed her image from the ingenuous child of The Wizard of Oz to a tragic Hollywood casualty. In September, MGM formally canceled her contract. She divorced Minnelli on March 22, 1951.

Garland turned from the movies to the concert stage, accepting an offer from the London Palladium to appear for four weeks starting on April 9, 1951. It was the beginning of a major comeback. Returning to the U.S., she re-opened the Palace Theatre in New York as a live venue for what was scheduled to be a four-week engagement on October 16, 1951; it stretched to 19 weeks, finally ending on February 24, 1952, at a reported gross of $750,000. As a result, she was given a special Tony Award "for an important contribution to the revival of vaudeville." On June 2, 1952, she married her manager, Sid Luft. She gave birth to Lorna Luft on November 21, 1952.

Garland and Luft formed a production company and signed with Warner Bros. Pictures to produce a remake of A Star Is Born. It opened in October 1954, resulting in an Academy Award nomination for Garland. The soundtrack album, released by Columbia Records, was a Top Ten hit. Garland gave birth to a son, Joey Luft, on March 29, 1955. She toured the West Coast in July, and in September starred in a live, 90-minute television special tied in to her debut Capitol Records album, Miss Show Business, which reached the Top Ten. The show brought her an Emmy nomination for Best Female Singer. There was another 30-minute TV special in April 1956, a four-week engagement at a Las Vegas hotel in July and August, and a two-month return to the Palace in September, during which Capitol released the chart LP Judy. She did another three weeks in Las Vegas in May 1957 and that month released her third Capitol LP, Alone, which again was a chart item. She toured the U.S. through October, then spent a month at the Dominion Theatre in London. She continued to perform all over the U.S. in 1958 and 1959, and to record for Capitol (Judy in Love and the concert album Judy Garland at the Grove in 1958, The Letter in 1959). In November 1959, she was hospitalized for hepatitis and advised to give up performing, but she returned to action with a performance at the London Palladium in August 1960, followed by more European dates through December and a new Capitol album, Judy! That's Entertainment!, in October. She had a cameo in the film Pepe, released in December. There were more European shows in January and February 1961. Then, on April 23, 1961, she appeared at Carnegie Hall in New York, and the show was recorded for a double-LP set. Judy at Carnegie Hall was number one by September and a gold record within a year; it won Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Solo Vocal Performance, Female.

In December 1961, she returned to films with a dramatic role in Judgment at Nuremberg that earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. She starred in her first television special in six years in February 1962, earning Emmy nominations for Program of the Year and Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Variety. Her next album, The Garland Touch, released in July, reached the Top 20. In September, she returned to performing in Las Vegas, spending six weeks at the Sahara, with additional dates through February 1963. November saw the release of Gay Purr-ee, an animated musical film for which she provided one of the character voices. In January 1963, she starred in the dramatic film A Child Is Waiting. There was another television special in March that brought an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Program Achievement in the Field of Music. Its success led CBS to offer her her own weekly variety series. In May, she portrayed a troubled singing star in I Could Go on Singing, her final film appearance. The soundtrack album reached the Top 40.

The Judy Garland Show premiered on Sunday, September 29, 1963, programmed directly opposite NBC's Western drama Bonanza, the second-highest rated show on television. As such, it never had a chance to become a success, but it ran for 26 weeks, through March 30, 1964, and earned an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series. Capitol released Just for Openers, an album of performances drawn from the series, on the day of the final broadcast.

In May 1964, Garland undertook a tour of the Far East marred by illness. In November, she returned to the London Palladium, performing with her 18-year-old daughter, Liza Minnelli. The performance was filmed and recorded. A special was broadcast on British television in December, and a double album, "Live" at the London Palladium, was released on Capitol in August 1965, spending several months in the charts. Garland toured the U.S. during 1965. She married actor Mark Herron on November 14, 1965, just after her divorce from Sid Luft became final. (She divorced Herron on April 11, 1967.) She was less active in 1966, restricting herself to a few live and television appearances. But she worked extensively in 1967, including a month-long return to the Palace that summer which produced a new live album on a new label, Judy Garland at Home at the Palace -- Opening Night, in the charts for ABC Records in September. There were a handful of dates in the U.S. in 1968, the last of them being a performance on July 20 at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia. On December 30, she opened a five-week engagement at the Talk of the Town nightclub in London. She married her fifth husband, nightclub manager Mickey Deans, on March 15, 1969. In March, she embarked on a trio of Scandinavian dates, the last of which was at the Falkoner Center in Copenhagen on March 25. Three months later, she died of an accidental overdose of barbiturates.

In the decades following her death, Judy Garland's troubled personal life, which contrasted so starkly with the exuberance and innocence of her film roles, has been the grist for numerous books and other accounts, to the point that her career is sometimes viewed more as an object lesson in Hollywood excess than as the remarkable string of multimedia accomplishments it was. But even the salacious and exploitative material is dependent on her star power and vocal pyrotechnics to have any appeal. Garland herself, who was so attracted to the backstage Hollywood story of A Star Is Born, performing it both on radio and later on film, certainly understood the attraction of a tragic image and may have used it deliberately. Nevertheless, the core of her significance as an artist remains her amazing voice and emotional commitment to her songs.

Garland's extensive work as a singer, including her appearances in films and on radio and television, in addition to live performances and studio recordings, makes her discography lengthy and chaotic. In the '90s, her soundtrack recordings saw reissue through Rhino Records, while MCA undertook a box set of her '30s and '40s Decca studio recordings (The Complete Decca Masters [Plus]) and Capitol compiled its own box of her '50s and '60s material, (The One & Only). Beyond these lies a vast and ever-increasing sea of quasi-legal releases that consumers should approach with caution. ~ William Ruhlmann
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: Great Day! Rare Recordings From The Judy Garland Show

1. This Could Be The Start Of Something

2. I Love You

3. Medley: Swing Low, Sweet Chariot / The Whole World In His Hands

4. Poor Butterfly

5. Steppin' Out With My Baby

6. When The Sun Comes Out

7. Make Someone Happy

8. Time After Time

9. A Lot Of Livin' To Do

10. Don't Ever Leave Me

11. Lorna

12. It's A Good Day

13. World War I Medley

14. America The Beautiful

15. Seventy-Six Trombones

16. Suppertime

17. I'm On My Way

18. Great Day


Track List: That Old Feeling: Classic Ballads From The Judy Garland Show

1. Once In A Lifetime

2. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

3. Too Late Now

4. Ol' Man River

5. Shenandoah

6. When Your Lover Has Gone (Live)

7. A Foggy Day (In London Town)

8. As Long As He Needs Me

9. What'll I Do?

10. All Alone

11. Lost In The Stars

12. A Cottage For Sale

13. That Old Feeling (Live)

14. By Myself

15. Here's That Rainy Day

16. The Last Dance

17. Battle Hymn Of The Republic

18. I Left My Heart In San Francisco (feat. Tony Bennett)

19. Medley: Get Happy / Happy Days Are Hear Again (feat. Barbara Streisand)

20. Through The Years


Track List: Duets

1. Yes, Indeed (feat. Tony Bennett & Dick Shawn)

2. Judy Sings Lena Sings Judy Medley (feat. Lena Horne) (live)

3. Porgy And Bess Medley (feat. Vic Damone)

4. Let Me Entertain You / Two Lost Souls (feat. Liza Minnelli)

5. Consider Yourself (feat. Lorna Luft, Joe Luft & Liza Minelli)

6. You're So Right For Me (feat. Mickey Rooney) (live)

7. Glenn Miller Medley (feat. Martha Raye)

8. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm / Don't Dream Of Anybody But Me / April In Paris (feat. Mel Torme & The Count Basie Orchestra) (live)

9. Hooray For Love Medley (feat. Barbra Streisand)


Track List: The Letter

1. Beautiful Trouble

2. Love In The Village

3. Charley's Blues

4. The Worst Kind Of Man

5. That's All There Is, There Isn't Any More

6. Love In Central Park

7. The Red Balloon

8. The Fight

9. At The Stroke Of Midnight

10. Come Back

11. Beautiful Trouble (Alternate Vocal Take And Musical Ending)

12. That's All There Is, There Isn't Any More

13. The Worst Kind Of Man (Alternate Musical Ending)

14. The Red Balloon (Alternate Vocal Take And Musical Ending)


Track List: A Star Is Born

1. Overture

2. Gotta Have Me Go With You

3. The Man That Got Away

4. Born In A Trunk

5. Here's What I'm Here For

6. It's A New World

7. Someone At Last

8. Lose That Long Face


Report as inappropriate
Judy is just such a good singer and actor. "Somewhere over the rainbow" is my most favorite song of all time. She is amazing.
Report as inappropriate
I love this actor and singer.I grew up with her songs.
Report as inappropriate
Believe it or not they were almost going to cut this song out The Wizard of Oz can you imagine Judy Garland not making this song so amazing LabCorp the rainbow and Judy
Report as inappropriate
A great actor . ☆☆☆☆
Report as inappropriate
Sorry that you died at the age of 47
Report as inappropriate
Sorry you're dad died when you were at the age of 12
Report as inappropriate
We will always love you and remember you and always know you were Dorthy
Report as inappropriate
Rip-rest in peace Judy garland
Report as inappropriate
A very classy lady, and one hell of a singer
. Rest in peace.
Report as inappropriate
Asa Waham you are good sing
Report as inappropriate
Judy Garland on my Classic Rock Station ? Are you freakin' kidding me Pandora ?
Report as inappropriate
The girl who's playing Dorothy her name is royal
Report as inappropriate
Your so pretty and good
Report as inappropriate
Love the song some were over the rainbow
Report as inappropriate
Report as inappropriate
Judy garland is the best singer
Report as inappropriate
I will always remember the first time I was introduced to Judy Garland. I found myself enchanted by her natural beauty and felt an immediate connection to her spirit as I, my five sisters, and our grandmother sat in front of an old television with only black & white viewing in the winter of 1972 to watch Judy in The Wizard of Oz. From the very moment she appeared on the screen, I was drawn to her, mezmerized by her every move and every word. Reality blurred as my imagination took me to Kansas a
Report as inappropriate
One of the very best .
Report as inappropriate
My first movie the wizard of oz
Report as inappropriate
gianna.sonny 2
I met her
Report as inappropriate
Leave singing to somebody who can sing !!!!!!!!!! Did I just say that��
Report as inappropriate
# Judy is an amazing icon
If I could go back in time I would go back so I could meet her
Report as inappropriate
horsegirlcas s
Awesome!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Report as inappropriate
Judy garland u were truely the queen of jazz u will always be missed
Report as inappropriate
ALL of Judy Garland's PEERS, called her The World's GREATEST Entertainer ...That is people like Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, etc. I have to say that I AGREE, Wholehearted l y !!! There was No Better Singer of her generation.. . PERIOD !! xoxo
Report as inappropriate
Report as inappropriate
i think you were PERFECT for the role of Dorethy
Report as inappropriate
Another letter!

Hello Judy-spirit,
I still really miss you- I literally just went on a 'Judy Binge' where I watched all your movies! You would have been 93 today... Don't forget my name- Isabelle... I switched my Pandora name to Hermione Granger, though. Please know that you'll never be forgotten among people of America and you'll always be loved by me, Judy.

Report as inappropriate
Psst- My name is actually Isabelle people just call me Katniss because I'm good at archery.
Report as inappropriate
.wizard of oz
Report as inappropriate
My favorite actress ever one of them wwas Judy Garland I was a huge fan of hers
Report as inappropriate
Dear Dorthey I love your movie and I'm only 9
Report as inappropriate
Dear spirit of Judy Garland,
I love you so much, it pains me so much to know that I can never meet you except In Heaven. How can any musical starlet even try to compare to your passion and talent? I hope you'll remember me as the girl who wrote to your spirit through your Pandora page, Miss Katniss Everdeen. I love you.
Report as inappropriate
alanhalfen61 2
At their peak, who had a larger star? Judy Garland or Barbara Streisand
Report as inappropriate
I love you in the wizard of oz
Report as inappropriate
Im dressed as her in the Wizard of OZ (1939) right now... I LOVE HER!!!
Report as inappropriate
She's very pretty.
Report as inappropriate
I absolutely adore this woman! So genuine and talented. She's such a delight to watch and listen to!
Report as inappropriate
Report as inappropriate
I love you judy and I miss you you my 1st fav star
Report as inappropriate
Wow amazing
Report as inappropriate
penatonix also made a wizard of oz video i know that they like youand you guys i know judys dead but if you love her she always is right by you
Report as inappropriate
i love you JUDY GARLAND im your number 1 fan in the whole galxy
Report as inappropriate
i love her last night i was crying a bit because she is dead i really wanted to meet her i have a wizard of oz calender i love it soooooooooo much and im baroing a wizard of oz game from my nanas friend
Report as inappropriate
I love her if you go on YouTube and type Judy Garland's life you can watch how her life was I have watched it it is very cool
Report as inappropriate
I need to get your autograph too and your the number one actress and singer
Report as inappropriate
I'm your biggest number one fan in the world
Report as inappropriate
Report as inappropriate
i love judy's singing and acting i love the wizard of oz im upsest with the wizard of oz
i sing some wizard of oz songs almost every night so what im bassiclly saying i love judy garland
Report as inappropriate
I need her autograph
Show more

Don't have a Pandora account? Sign up

We're sorry, but a browser plugin or firewall may be preventing Pandora from loading.

In order to use Pandora internet radio, please upgrade to a more current browser.

Please check our Help page for more information.

It looks like your browser does not support modern SSL/TLS. Please upgrade your browser.

If you need help, please email:

In order to use Pandora internet radio, please upgrade to a more current browser
or install a newer version of Flash (v.10 or later).

In order to use Pandora internet radio, please install Adobe Flash (v.10 or later).

[122, 111, 120, 87, 73, 71, 83, 121, 115, 118, 94, 127, 123, 102, 81, 120, 73, 120, 119, 77, 79, 92, 96, 104, 96, 114, 99, 124, 86, 106, 92, 116, 65, 116, 73, 78, 65, 83, 81, 77, 73, 103, 79, 105, 115, 91, 83, 97, 92, 71, 103, 94, 64, 110, 126, 93, 109, 75, 102, 118, 110, 88, 119, 98, 113, 76, 93, 82, 120, 114, 127, 106, 69, 74, 119, 90, 87, 106, 113, 83, 81, 99, 75, 75, 111, 113, 73, 76, 98, 104, 118, 103, 100, 72, 108, 126, 117, 122, 126, 81, 107, 115, 71, 123, 87, 79, 124, 94, 115, 72, 70, 89, 72, 123, 104, 117, 121, 112, 80, 120, 116, 98, 72, 87, 69, 127, 75, 100, 125, 74, 70, 115, 91, 75, 75, 75, 76, 85, 73, 74, 107, 114, 73, 79, 79, 87, 75, 74, 80, 76, 70, 94, 100, 120, 120, 75, 126, 65, 92, 89, 118, 69, 88, 73, 86, 107, 71, 81, 111, 117, 79, 82, 104, 125, 93, 108, 88, 90, 102, 70, 126, 87, 93, 114, 76, 117, 85, 127, 127, 72, 121, 80, 91, 68, 78, 114, 88, 98, 99, 97, 92, 87, 111, 106, 94, 125, 111, 75, 73, 95, 122, 82, 90, 82, 106, 81, 108, 71, 73, 118, 72, 103, 94, 119, 122, 92, 65, 117, 65, 122, 71, 108, 119, 68, 95, 92, 64, 102, 78, 125, 97, 76, 101, 88, 94, 101, 97, 82, 104, 74, 99, 85, 108, 108, 108, 93, 83, 101, 71, 88, 114, 93, 98, 105, 94, 65, 110, 101, 75, 68, 81, 84, 118, 75, 120, 103, 115, 125, 68, 79, 89, 74, 67, 84, 69, 121, 94, 100, 100, 104, 72, 94, 110, 109, 119, 70, 114, 110, 73, 67, 119, 109, 116, 123, 123, 117, 113, 87, 82, 102, 125, 75, 68, 116, 89, 113, 88, 86, 113, 76, 82, 88, 75, 78, 103, 108, 92, 72, 109, 103, 94, 85, 69, 73, 69, 68, 111, 99, 70, 123, 104, 73, 100, 75, 95, 64, 87, 123, 106, 117, 64, 73, 70, 118, 86, 97, 91, 83, 124, 111, 66, 103, 64, 97, 121, 82, 69, 73, 79, 112, 71, 77, 74, 101, 103, 86, 73, 78, 108, 103, 74, 123, 88, 115, 86, 72, 82, 114, 78, 123, 72, 72, 77, 125, 101, 113, 101, 111, 97, 118, 107, 103, 89, 112, 104, 112, 113, 96, 71, 118, 117, 116, 68, 115, 115, 126, 117, 118, 114, 89, 85, 120, 120, 74, 76, 109, 107, 88, 99, 72, 85, 116, 66, 91, 74, 103, 86, 112, 101, 92, 120, 79, 120, 93, 80, 69, 118, 83, 99, 116, 103, 72, 78, 126, 108, 94, 107, 114, 118, 73, 105, 106, 108, 122, 72, 107, 120, 100, 79, 123, 85, 65, 76, 98, 77, 94, 103, 89, 80, 106, 102, 91, 88, 81, 83, 127, 101, 105, 90, 102, 83, 88, 66, 110, 106, 120, 102, 118, 82, 75, 83, 113, 92, 107, 109, 97, 95, 122, 88, 68, 99, 71]