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Under the Bamboo Tree lyrics

Under the Bamboo Tree lyrics, words and music by Robert Cole and The Johnson Bros., 1902 performed by Margaret O’Brien (“Tootie”) and Judy Garland (“Esther”) in Meet Me in St. Louis
Under the Bamboo Tree lyrics, words and music by Robert Cole and The Johnson Bros., 1902 Song lyriccs to Under the Bamboo Tree as performed by Margaret O’Brien (“Tootie”€) and Judy Garland (“Esther”) in Meet Me in St. Louis
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Skip to My Lou lyrics

Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) starring Judy Garland, Margaret O’Brien, Mary Astor
Skip to My Lou lyrics — €“ traditional American dance song Skip to My Lou is a traditional song, dating back to America’s frontier period. Since musical instruments were frowned upon, the dancers had to create their own music by clapping and singing. Couples would dance around a...
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Almost Like Being in Love

Almost Like Being in Love song lyrics, from Brigadoon
Almost Like Being in Love song lyrics, from Brigadoon Song lyrics to Almost Like Being in Love – a duet with Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse from the movie Brigadoon
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Make ’em Laugh lyrics

Make 'em Laugh lyrics, as sung by Donald O'Connor in Singin' in the Rain
Song lyrics to Make — €˜em Laugh, sung by Donald O’Connor in Singin’ in the Rain – technically an — €˜original’ song, but in actuality it’s a copy of Cole Porter’s — €˜Be A Clown’
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You Are My Lucky Star

Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds singing You Are My Lucky Star in the movie Singing in the Rain
song lyrics to You Are My Lucky Star, from Broadway Melody of 1936 — €“ best known from MGM’s musical Singing in the Rain starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds
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Singing in the Rain lyrics

Singin' in the Rain number - with Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, and Donald O'Connor
Lyrics to the song — €˜Singing in the Rain’, made famous by Gene Kelly in the 1952 MGM musical of the same name.   Interestingly enough, it was written with lyrics by Arthur Freed and music by Nacio Herb Brown, published in 1929, and first filmed in —...
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