Song lyrics to (I've Got) Plenty to Be Thankful For (1942). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby on Thanksgiving Day in Holiday Inn

Plenty to Be Thankful For [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to (I’ve Got) Plenty to Be Thankful For (1942). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby on Thanksgiving Day in Holiday Inn

I’ve got plenty to be thankful for
I haven’t got great big yacht
To sail from shore to shore
Still I’ve got plenty to be thankful for

Song lyrics to Easter Parade (1933). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby on Easter Sunday in Holiday Inn, by Judy Garland and Fred Astaire in Easter Parade

Easter Parade [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Easter Parade (1933). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby on Easter Sunday in Holiday Inn, by Judy Garland and Fred Astaire in Easter Parade

In your Easter bonnet
With all the frills upon it
You’ll be the grandest lady
In the Easter parade

Song lyrics to Be Careful, It's My Heart (1942), Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby at the Holiday Inn on Valentine's Day

Be Careful, It’s My Heart [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Be Careful, It’s My Heart (1942), Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby at the Holiday Inn on Valentine’s Day

Be careful, it’s my heart
It’s not my watch you’re holding, it’s my heart
It’s not the note I sent you
That you quickly burned
It’s not the book I lent you
That you never returned
Remember, it’s my heart

Young Mr. Lincoln - Henry Fonda as Abe Lincoln in the famous court scene

Abraham [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Abraham (1942). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Played at the Holiday Inn. Sung on Lincoln’s birthday by Bing Crosby, Martha Mears (dubbing Marjorie Reynolds) in blackface, Chorus, and Louise Beavers with Shelby Bacon and Joan Arnold.

[Editor’s note: Abraham is a celebration of Abraham Lincoln‘s birthday — and several of the performers are in blackface, to represent freed slaves. If you’re offended … you’ve been warned. Bear in mind that this is using 1942’s sensibilities, not 21st century’s attitudes.]

Upon a February morn
A tiny baby boy was born
Abraham, Abraham

Song lyrics to Let's Start the New Year Right, (1942). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby at the Holiday Inn on New Year's Eve

Let’s Start the New Year Right [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Let’s Start the New Year Right, (1942). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby at the Holiday Inn on New Year’s Eve

One minute to midnight
One minute to go
One minute to say good-bye
Before we say hello

Song lyric to Happy Holiday (1942). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby at the Holiday Inn on New Year's Eve

Happy Holiday [song lyrics]

Song lyric to Happy Holiday (1942). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby at the Holiday Inn on New Year’s Eve

Happy holiday, happy holiday
While the merry bells keep ringing
May your every wish come true

Song lyrics to Lazy (1924). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby in Holiday Inn

Lazy [song lyrics, Bing Crosby]

Song lyrics to Lazy (1924). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Sung by Bing Crosby in Holiday Inn

Ev’ry time
I see a puppy upon a summer’s day
A puppy dog at play
My heart is filled with envy
That’s because
My heart is yearning to pass the time away
Like that pup
’cause I’m all fed up
And tho’ it’s wrong to be
I long to be

Song lyrics to I'll Capture Your Heart Singing (1942). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin, Performed by Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, and Virginia Dale in Holiday Inn

I’ll Capture Your Heart Singing [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to I’ll Capture Your Heart Singing (1942). Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin, Performed by Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, and Virginia Dale in Holiday Inn

Here she comes, down the street
My, oh my, ain’t she sweet?
Why, here comes my hot toddy
Over my dead body