LonesomePolecat

First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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A tune I've always liked is "I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket" from FOLLOW THE FLEET

 

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Another song with a long title, this time from a movie with a long title

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The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of - Virginia Mayo and Gene Nelson- She's Working Her Way Through College

song performed by Patrice Wymore

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Friendship  (performed by Red Skelton and others in "DuBarry Was a Lady")

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"What a Friend We Have in Jesus", sung at the funeral in DRIVING MISS DAISY

 

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song from a movie set in the 1920s

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"O Come All Ye Faithful" sung at Christmas 1928 in Roughly Speaking

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"Javert's Suicide" sung not well by Russell Crowe in LES MISERABLES

 

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another song in a movie that wasn't sung very well

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I like Pierce Brosnan, but he's no singer...SOS from Mama Mia!  

next--related to 'SOS'...the word 'help' in the title

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"I Can't Get Started" -- Chinatown

Next: World War I song used in a 1940s movie

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Used in many WWI flicks, but I'm thinking of RANDOM HARVEST --"Pack Up your Troubles in your old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile" (though I always think of Snoopy)

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Another song in a 1940s movie

 

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The Lady is a Tramp, sung by Lena Horne in Words and Music  

next--another song you like from a musical biography

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"In Old Chicago" -- In Old Chicago

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All of Gilbert and Sullivan came to mind: "He is an Englishman", sung in CHARIOTS OF FIRE

 

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another song sung in a school or college

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"Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowl" -- The Group

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Well, he's not alone...but he gets some solo time: Gee, Officer Krupke! from West Side Story  

next--'doctor' in the lyrics

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"Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief" sung by Betty Hutton in THE STORK CLUB (1945)

 

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song mentioning another profession/job

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"Turn on the Heat" -- Sunny Side Up

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On 5/17/2019 at 4:49 PM, LonesomePolecat said:

"I Got a Gal in Calico" from THE TIME, THE PLACE, AND THE GIRL

 

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another Dennis Morgan

 

Been a while, so I'll change it---

 

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another song sung by 2 guys

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