Sheet music for the song “I’m the One That Loves You” has the title hand lettered in a narrow, Art Deco-influenced sans serif, which is now available digitally as Dance Band JNL in both regular and oblique versions.
The 1937 composition was popularized by Tommy Dorsey and Sammy Kaye.
Dance Band JNL Font families
The Dance Band JNL includes the following font families:
Dance Band JNL
Dance Band Oblique JNL
Dance Band JNL Preview
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Is Dance Band JNL A free font? Is Dance Band JNL Free to Download?
No,Dance Band JNL is not free to download. You will need to pay for it I'm afraid.
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