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You and I song lyrics [Meet Me in St. Louis]

You and I is a touching love ballad, sung by the parents (Mary Astor and Leon Ames) in the classic musical, Meet Me in St. Louis. Very sweet, especially since the musical focuses primarily on young love.
Song lyrics to You and I (1944) Music by Nacio Herb Brown, Lyrics by Arthur Freed, Sung by Mary Astor and Leon Ames (dubbed by Arthur Freed and Denny Markas) in Meet Me in St. Louis You and I is a touching love ballad, sung by the parents...
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Song lyrics to The Trolley Song

The Trolley Song - sung by Judy Garland in Meet Me in St. Louis
The Trolley Song lyrics The Trolley Song was written by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane and made famous by Judy Garland in the 1944 film musical Meet Me in St. Louis. The song was inspired by a picture of a trolley car in a children’s picture book. The...
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Meet Me in St. Louis lyrics

Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) starring Judy Garland, Margaret O’Brien, Mary Astor
Meet Me in St. Louis lyrics, made popular by the Judy Garland musical, Meet Me in St. Louis Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis, better known as just Meet Me in St. Louis, was a popular song from 1904 which celebrated the St. Louis World’s Fair. The lyrics...
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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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