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San Antonio Rose [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to San Antonio Rose by Bob Sills and His Texas Playboys
Song lyrics to San Antonio Rose by Bob Sills and His Texas Playboys New San Antonio Rose (originally just San Antonio Rose) was the signature song of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. San Antonio Rose was an instrumental song written by Bob Wills, who first recorded it...
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An Ordinary Man [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to An Ordinary Man, Music by Frederick Loewe, Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, sung by Rex Harrison in My Fair Lady
Song lyrics to An Ordinary Man, Music by Frederick Loewe, Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, sung by Rex Harrison in My Fair Lady Colonel Pickering (Wilfrid Hyde-White): Higgins, forgive the bluntness,But if I’m to be in this businessI shall feel responsible for the girl.I hope it’s clearly understoodthat...
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I Poured My Heart Into a Song [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to I Poured My Heart into a Song, written by Irving Berlin, sung by Rudy Vallee in Second Fiddle
Song lyrics to I Poured My Heart into a Song, written by Irving Berlin, sung by Rudy Vallee in Second Fiddle I poured my heart into a song,And when you hear it, please remember from the startYou won’t be hearing just the words of a song,Tou will be...
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Things We Did Last Summer [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Things We Did Last Summer (1946), lyrics by Sammy Cahn, with music by Jule Styne
Song lyrics to Things We Did Last Summer (1946), lyrics by Sammy Cahn, with music by Jule Styne The boat rides we would takeThe moonlight on the lakeThe way we danced and hummed our favorite songThe things we did last summer
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Side by Side [song lyrics]

Side by Side was composed by Harry Woods. He wrote numerous 1920s standards, including "When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along)", "I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover", and "Try a Little Tenderness".
Song lyrics to Side by Side (1927) by Harry Woods Side by Side was composed by Harry Woods. He wrote numerous 1920s standards, including “When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin’ Along)“, “I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover“, and “Try a Little Tenderness“.
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Wouldn’t It Be Loverly [song lyrics]

Photo of Julie Andrews and cast from My Fair Lady. In this scene, Eliza and her friends dream of a better life-"Wouldn't It Be Loverly?".
Song lyrics to Wouldn’t It Be Loverly (1958), by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, written for their Broadway play My Fair Lady Wouldn’t It Be Loverly is sung by Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle and her street friends. It expresses Eliza’s wish for a better life.
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Why Can’t the English Learn to Speak [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Why Can’t the English Learn to Speak? (1956), Music by Frederick Loewe, Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, performed by Rex Harrison, Wilfrid Hyde-White and Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady
Song lyrics to Why Can’t the English Learn to Speak? (1956), Music by Frederick Loewe, Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, performed by Rex Harrison, Wilfrid Hyde-White and Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison): Look at her, a prisoner of the gutter,Condemned by every syllable...
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Bring on those Wonderful Men [song lyrics]

Bring on the Wonderful Men is a parody of Heree's to the Girls in Ziegfeld Follies. It's a very funny song by Virginia O'Brien, in her trademark stone faced style.
Song lyrics to Bring on those Wonderful Men, Music by Roger Edens, Lyrics by Earl K. Brent, Sung by Virginia O’Brien in Ziegfeld Follies Bring on those Wonderful Men is a parody of Here’s to the Girls in Ziegfeld Follies. It’s a very funny song by Virginia O’Brien,...
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Frankie and Johnny [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Frankie and Johnny (1912), Music by Bert Leighton and Frank Leighton
Song lyrics to Frankie and Johnny (1912), Music by Bert Leighton and Frank Leighton Frankie and Johnny is a traditional American popular song. It tells the story of a woman, Frankie, who finds her man Johnny making love to another woman and shoots him dead. Frankie is then...
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The Tennessee Waltz [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to The Tennessee Waltz (1948), lyrics by Redd Stewart, music by Pee Wee King
Song lyrics to The Tennessee Waltz (1948), lyrics by Redd Stewart, music by Pee Wee King All versions of The Tennessee Waltz tell the story of a person introducing his or her sweetheart to a friend who then waltzes away with her or him. The popularity of Tennessee...
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