What is the Pop Tune JNL font?
Pop Tune JNL comes from the hand-lettered title on sheet music for “Does Your Heart Beat for Me?”. This 1940s hit was co-written and made famous by Russ Morgan and His Orchestra.
Many vintage pieces of sheet music employed hand-lettered titles and cartoon illustrations to emphasize the topic of the song itself.
Pop Tune JNL Font families
The Pop Tune JNL includes the following font families:
Pop Tune JNL Preview
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Is Pop Tune JNL Free to Download?
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