Missed the exit ramp for Broadway so went to the movies instead. 1930 Harold Arlen song most identified with Judy Garland in "Summer Stock".
From the Broadway show and winner of Best Picture in 2003, "Chicago".
This has been my theme song this semester...It has been a long 4 and a half years, but it is all finally coming to an end...I will graduate next Saturday morning (the 19th) with my...Show More
I listen to you wonderful Country singers - a genre that doesn't like me. This is the closest I can come to it as it's from a Western, "Paint Your Wagon". :-)
I don't think Satchmo ever sang this one but I'd like to think if he had it would have sounded something like this. Time to give the old tonsils another bashing.
If you do, thanks...Show More
From the movie "Victor/Victoria".
"Someone To Watch Over Me" Frank Sinatra
"Concepts Disc 13" Trk:14 1992
George Gershwin; Ira Gershwin
There's a ...Show More
Another from - Paint Your Wagon - this is the track for Ed Ames. If you knew Elisa like I imagine Elisa, you would see her too. That's why I was talking to the trees.
I still see...Show More
Clint Eastwood sings this in Paint Your Wagon - I've gone out on limb with this. All the trees do when I talk at them is turn a leaf ear and bark.
I talk to the trees
But they ...Show More
Don, sings this to Dulcinea - after or during his performance the others in the tavern begin to mock him. This is the Howard Keel version. I did not know he performed it. I to can ...Show More
This song was originally sung by Natalie Wood in the movie, The Great Race. I remember seeing this movie in the theater as a kid and loving this song the first time I heard it in ...Show More
In a dramatic mood... no, not being a drama-qween. Tilting at windmills is just a hobby.
Recorded in 1964 for the film of the same name starring Doris Day and Rock Hudson.
Hope you like my version. Thanks for listening...Beryl..x x
From the film of the same name, with Doris Day and Rock Hudson. Was recorded in 1964 on Columbia Records, but not released as a single.
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This one kinda fits both January and February challenges. Although, the lyrics are not particularly mushy, it's still a romantic favorite.
Have listened and enjoy Joyce's song from JSC, wanted to share my version of Herod's Song.
From the movie and Broadway show - Annie. I don't have a red wig on, I sing it with energy and exuberance.
Another challenge submission...Everyone will no doubt recognize this song as the theme for TV's Cheers. It was written and performed by Gary Portnoy, who later recorded a longer v...Show More
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is a magical word, it made Disney lots of money. My contribution to the movie theme, song challenge.
In keeping with this month's challenge theme...Elton John did this for the movie, The Lion King.
SORRY, over 7 minutes but a cracking story if you care to listen through to the end.
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