LonesomePolecat

First Movie SONG That Comes to Mind

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Judy Garland in "EASTER PARADE

 

I wish I was in Michigan, down on the farm

 

 

Next: "wanting to sleep late"

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I find this one haunting.  Why not light two cigarettes and listen to it?

 

 

 

Next:  A song that mentions Ohio.

 

 

 

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THE HARVEY GIRLS (1946)

 

Back in Ohio where I come from

 

("ON THE ATCHESON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE")

 

 

Next: Rinsing a male out

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I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair

 

(hehe..rinsing a male out)

 

next--astronomy

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I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair

 

(hehe..rinsing a male out)

 

next--astronomy

Bing Crosby from Going My Way - - Swinging on a Star

 

 

Next: a girl who wants to fall in love

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"They Say It's Wonderful"  (from Annie Get Your Gun)

 

 

Next:  a song sung by Bing Crosby

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"They Say It's Wonderful" (from Annie Get Your Gun)

 

 

Next: a song sung by Bing Crosby

Don't Be A Do Badder from Robin and the Seven Hoods

 

 

Next: a tap dance number

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Young at heart from Young-at-heart

 

 

Next: a song about a state

 

North To Alaska (Oklahoma was tempting, but the movie's time element happened when OK was still a territory and not yet a state)

 

NEXT! Singing and dancing

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"I'll Never Stop Loving You"  (from Love Me or Leave Me)

 

 

Next:  a song with the name of a color in the title

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"I'll Never Stop Loving You" (from Love Me or Leave Me)

 

 

Next: a song with the name of a color in the title

(You're not going to see this song title very often - - I think it's Judy Garland's most challenging musical performance on film--)

 

Mack the Black from The Pirate

 

 

Next: song of encouragement when you're down in the dumps

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