American lyricist and songwriter, born on September 24, 1909 in Brooklyn, NY, United States, died on September 26, 2000 in Manhasset, Long Island, NY, United States. Although Sigman wrote many song melodies, he was primarily a lyricist who collaborated with songwriters such as Bob Hilliard, Bob Russell, Jimmy van Heusen, and Duke Ellington.
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