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The Lucky Song [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to The Lucky Song. Lyrics by Jack Brooks. Music by Harry Warren. Sung and Danced by Dean Martin in Artists and Models
Song lyrics to The Lucky Song. Lyrics by Jack Brooks. Music by Harry Warren. Sung and Danced by Dean Martin in Artists and Models Bullyoo bullyoo boy have I got news for youI got a feeling, hap-happy feeling, this is my lucky dayDon’t want to sing the blues...
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Lulu’s Back in Town [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Lulu’s Back in Town, written in 1935, lyrics by Al Dubin and music by Harry Warren. “Lulu’s Back in Town” was performed in the 1935 film Broadway Gondolier, where it was sung by Dick Powell and The Mills Brothers.
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My Heart Tells Me [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?), Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Mack Gordon, sung by Betty Grable in Sweet Rosie O’Grady My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?) was a 1940s standard, It has been recorded by numerous artists,...
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Shuffle Off to Buffalo [song lyrics]

Song lyrics to Shuffle Off to Buffalo (1932) lyrics by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren, as performed in 42nd Street Peggy Sawyer (Ruby Keeler): Now that we have had the rice and flowers The knot is tied I can visualize such happy hours Right by your side...
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Young Folks Should Get Married song lyrics

Song lyrics to Young Folks Should Get Married, Music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Dorothy Fields, Sung by Howard Keel and Esther Williams in Texas Carnival Howard Keel:My ma was seventeen the day that she and Pa got wed,When I was ten, gosh even then they were oh...
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I’m Goin’ Shoppin’ with You song lyrics

I’m Goin’ Shoppin’ with You song lyrics – performed in Gold Diggers of 1935 – music by Harry Warren, Lyrics by Al Dubin Sung by Dick Powell to Gloria Stuart. This is a montage of scenes of Stuart shopping for everything from lingerie to jewelry. Much to the dismay...
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Tea for Two

Tea for Two (1950) starring Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Gene Nelson, Eve Arden, Billy De Wolfe, S.Z “Cuddles” Sakall Synopsis of Tea for Two An aspiring actress takes a bet that she can answer “no” to every question for 24 hours. If she can, she’ll win the opportunity...
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