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The Undead

Sung by Smolkin the gravedigger (Mel Welles):

​("Sing a song of graveyards, an acre full of germs

Four and twenty landlords, dinner for the worms

When the box was planted, the worms began to sing

Isn't that a dainty dish to set before a thing?")

 

Next: Hoisting sail

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"Kiss me once, then once more

What a dunce I was before"

 

"How Long Has This Been Going On" from FUNNY FACE

 

" What a break break, For Heaven's Sake"

Judy sang that song at Carnegie Hall

 

next:

train

Judy sang this Academy award-winning song in the Harvey Girls--

 

The Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe

 

Next: song about pioneers

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"Springtime for Hitler" from "The Producers"

 

Next: Broadway flop

 

"When Will Grown-ups Grow Up" from Bring Back Birdie (1981) , closed after 4 performances

 

 

- silly song with a girl's name

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"Honey in the Honeycomb" sung by Ethel Waters in Cabin in the Sky (Actually, I don't think she uses that lyric in the movie, but it is in the original song.)

 

(Btw, the Borscht Belt -- but in Miami -- comedian-singer Belle Barth had vulgar lyrics to "Darktown Strutters Ball" that mentions oyster stew.)

 

Next:  Manhattan traffic

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"Honey in the Honeycomb" sung by Ethel Waters in Cabin in the Sky (Actually, I don't think she uses that lyric in the movie, but it is in the original song.)

 

(Btw, the Borscht Belt -- but in Miami -- comedian-singer Belle Barth had vulgar lyrics to "Darktown Strutters Ball" that mentions oyster stew.)

 

Next: Manhattan traffic

Car 54, Where Are You?

 

Next: song sung by Ginger Rogers, but not Fred Astaire in Astaire/ Rogers Musicals

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