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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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"The Oceana Roll" sung by the chorus girls (and Helen Morgan) -- Applause (1929)

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Reprise of "16 Going on 17" in SOUND OF MUSIC between Maria and Liesl

 

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another song with a number in the title

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Ten Thousand Four Hundred and Thirty Two Sheep - Doris Day - West Point Story ( I love this song and movie)

another song with a number in the title

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"Ten Thousand Cattle" sung by Linda Darnell in MY DARLING CLEMENTINE.

NEXT: Another song about cattle.

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Dainty June and Her Farmboys from Gypsy

"I have a moo cow

a new cow, a true cow....."

next--Shoes, in the title or lyrics

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One of the best numbers ever-- "When there's a shine on your shoes, there's a melody in your heart" from THE BAND WAGON

 

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Song with a hat in title

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And another inventive Fred Astaire number:

"I Left My Hat in Haiti"-- Royal Wedding

 

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A very athletic song and dance number

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The Barn Raising from "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"

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"Blame Canada" from the South Park movie, sung at the Oscars ceremony by Robin Williams

 

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sung at a party

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Summer Nights from Grease  

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"I Don't Care if it Rains ALl NIght" from TWO GUYS FROM TEXAS

 

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another song by the great Jule Styne (other than Gypsy)

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Carioca from Flying Down to Rio  

next--another with lyrics by Gus Kahn

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"(Oh You) Nasty Man" sung by Alice Faye in her debut in George White's Scandals (1934)

"Pipe down sailor, take your time. Whattaya want -- for a dime!"

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A Frank Loesser lyric -- "I'm the Stupidest Girl in Class" from ZAZA (1938)

 

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another of the many songs Loesser only wrote lyrics for

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