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First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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"You're the Top" from WHAT'S UP DOC? Sung by Barbra during the opening credits

 

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Another song sung during the opening credits

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1 hour ago, LonesomePolecat said:

"You're the Top" from WHAT'S UP DOC? Sung by Barbra during the opening credits

 

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Another song sung during the opening credits

Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys singing "Wouldn't It Be Nice from Pet Sounds for Warren Beatty's Shampoo

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Another Brian Wilson song in a movie

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I like this scene...That Thing You Do  

next--another with the word 'thing' in the title

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The Fixx'" One Thing Leads to Another" used in DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN.

NEXT: 1970s Elton John hit not featured in ROCKET MAN.

 

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"And you can tell everybody this is your song..." featured in MOULIN ROUGE (which is actually the version I heard first)

 

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a guy dancing, but not Gene or Fred

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Since you didn't say "from another movie", I really wanted to use my favorite song from ROBIN AND THE SEVEN HOODS -- "You either got or you haven't got style!"

 

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another song written by Jimmy Van Heusen

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On 6/3/2019 at 10:18 PM, LonesomePolecat said:

"And you can tell everybody this is your song..." featured in MOULIN ROUGE (which is actually the version I heard first)

 

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a guy dancing, but not Gene or Fred

That song is called "Your Song", and it was featured in ROCKET MAN.

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Another Jimmy Van Heusen song: "Swinging on a Star" from GOING MY WAY.

Next: Another song from a religious movie, but not from GMW or its sequel, THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S.

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Psalm 23   (a beautiful song heard in the background of "David and Bathsheba")

Next:   Sung by a man at a piano

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"Can't Help Lovin' That Man of Mine" sung by Lena Horne in the Show Boat segment in TIL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY

 

 

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another song used in more than one movie

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Someone to Watch Over Me--Julie Andrews in Star!  

next--rain in the lyrics

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"When a St. Louis Woman Comes Down to New Orleans" -- Mae West (with Duke Ellington) -- Belle of the Nineties (1934)

Next: Unusual bird

 

 

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Let the Worry Bird Worry for You  ("Two Tickets to Broadway")

Next:   Song from a Comedy

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"A Shanty in Old Shanty Town" performed by Gladys George in The Roaring Twenties (1939).

Next: Mentions baked goods

 

 

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Sondheim's brilliant song "The Glamorous Life" from the 1977 movie version of A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC mentions ordinary mothers baking pies

Although I prefer to listen to Audra McDonald sing this song:

 

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another song with "mother" in lyrics

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