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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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On the Street Where You Live -- My Fair Lady

next--a contraction in the title

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There's No Business Like Show Business sung by Ethel Merman, same title movie talking

talking the lyrics to a song more than actually singing it

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It's a Bore, talked/sung by Maurice Chevalier & Louis Jourdan in Gigi.

Next:  a song and/or dance involving a staircase

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"A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody" (The Great Ziegfeld)

Next: Song mentioning the dark

 

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Silent Night, sung by Deanna Durbin in Lady on a Train

Next:  a song that starts the movie

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"The Magic Store" closes out THE MUPPET MOVIE:

"Life's like a movie, write your own ending

Keep believing, keep pretending"

 

next

a song that opens AND closes a movie (other than "Moon River")

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"I've Told Every Little Star" (Music in the Air)

Next: Sung on a balcony

 

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"Tonight" from WEST SIDE STORY

 

next

a song sung by a farmer

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"Aura Lee" sung by Frances Farmer in Come and Get It

Next: Sung by someone looking out the window

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The opening credits song from LILO AND STITCH is so Hawaiian the title is even in Hawaiian

 

next

a number danced with an object(s) instead of a human partner

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Wonderful Copenhagen ("Hans Christian Anderson")

Next:   From a Universal Musical

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Emma (sung by Howard Keel in "Texas Carnival")

Next:  Featured in a Best Picture

 

 

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"Twentieth Century Blues" (one of Noel Coward's best songs) sung by Ursula Jeans in Cavalcade

 

Next: A song about freedom

 

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Song of Freedom, sung by Bing Crosby in Holiday Inn

Next:  a song sung on any mode of transportation

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from A Hard Day's Night..baggage car riding on a train

next--'me' in the title

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 I Me Mine-- Sung by George Harrison on The Beatles, "Let It Be"

 

Next: A song sung by Elvis that wasn't a movie title hit

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