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It’s a Fine Life

It's a Fine Life song lyrics, sung in Oliver! Words and Music by Lionel Bart
It’s a Fine Life song lyrics, sung in Oliver! Words and Music by Lionel Bart [Nancy] Small pleasures, small pleasures Who would deny us these? Gin toddies — large measures — No skimpin’ if you please! I rough it, I love it Life is a game of chance. I never...
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As Long As He Needs Me

As Long as He Needs Me
As Long As He Needs Me lyrics Lyrics to As Long as He Needs Me, sung by Nancy int he musical Oliver!  It’s sung by Nancy, to herself, justifying staying with her vicious, abusive boyfriend, Bill.  It’s quite heartbreaking, as Nancy is one of the nicest people in the musical. ...
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Reviewing The Situation

Reviewing The Situation lyrics, from the musical Oliver!.  Left alone, the criminal Fagin wonders what his life might be like if he left London and began an honest life - or not!
Reviewing The Situation lyrics Reviewing The Situation lyrics, from the musical Oliver!.  Left alone, the criminal Fagin wonders what his life might be like if he left London and began an honest life – or not!
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Be Back Soon lyrics

Be Back Soon is a song from the musical Oliver!  Words and Music by Lionel Bart.  It is sung by Fagin, the Artful Dodger, Oliver, and the boys as Fagin sends them out to work.  As pickpockets.
Be Back Soon lyrics Be Back Soon is a song from the musical Oliver!  Words and Music by Lionel Bart.  It is sung by Fagin, the Artful Dodger, Oliver, and the boys as Fagin sends them out to work.  As pickpockets.
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Oom-Pah-Pah lyrics

Oom-Pah-Pah is a lively and somewhat risqué show tune with music and lyrics by Lionel Bart and appearing in the musical Oliver! when it is sung by Nancy and the crowd at the "Three Cripples" tavern. Nancy is creating a little commotion by starting this song so that she can steal and save Oliver from Bill Sikes, the fearsome robber.  The word "oom-pah-pah" is seemingly used euphemistically to refer to both intoxication and fornication; however, as the song points out, the word's meaning is only as dirty as the listener interprets it. 
Oom-Pah-Pah lyrics Oom-Pah-Pah is a lively and somewhat risqué show tune with music and lyrics by Lionel Bart and appearing in the musical Oliver! when it is sung by Nancy and the crowd at the “Three Cripples” tavern. Nancy is creating a little commotion by starting this song so...
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Consider Yourself lyrics

Consider Yourself is a song from the musical Oliver!.  It is performed in the market and led by the Artful Dodger. Dodger sings it when he first meets Oliver, after offering to get the destitute and lonely boy food and lodging. 
Consider Yourself lyrics – song lyrics from Oliver! Consider Yourself is a song from the musical Oliver!.  It is performed in the market and led by the Artful Dodger. Dodger sings it when he first meets Oliver, after offering to get the destitute and lonely boy food and lodging. 
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I’d Do Anything lyrics

I'd Do Anything is part of Act One of Oliver!, sung in Fagin's lair. It begins with dialog between Nancy and the Artful Dodger, leading into the song. Other characters who have lines in the song are Oliver, Fagin and Bette (Nancy's best friend in the 1968 film), with Fagin's Boys as the chorus.
I’d Do Anything song lyrics from Oliver! I’d Do Anything is part of Act One of Oliver!, sung in Fagin’s lair. It begins with dialog between Nancy and the Artful Dodger, leading into the song. Other characters who have lines in the song are Oliver, Fagin and Bette (Nancy’s best friend in the 1968 film), with Fagin’s...
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You’ve Got to Pick a Pocket or Two lyrics

Song lyrics to You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two, from the musical Oliver! where Fagin is indoctrinating Oliver into the life of being a pickpocket. Words and music by Lionel Bart.
You’ve Got to Pick a Pocket or Two – song lyrics from Oliver! Song lyrics to You’ve Got to Pick a Pocket or Two, from the musical Oliver! where Fagin is indoctrinating Oliver into the life of being a pickpocket. Words and music by Lionel Bart.
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Food, Glorious Food lyrics

Food, Glorious Food - written by Lionel Bart, is the opening song from the 1960s West End and Broadway musical (and 1968 film) Oliver! It is sung when the workhouse boys are dreaming and fantasizing about food while going to collect their gruel from the staff of the workhouse
Food, Glorious Food – song lyrics from Oliver! Food, Glorious Food – written by Lionel Bart, is the opening song from the 1960s West End and Broadway musical (and 1968 film) Oliver! It is sung when the workhouse boys are dreaming and fantasizing about food while going to...
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