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"Bulldog" (Yale fight song) sung by Rosalind Russell and Ann Doran in Roughly Speaking (1945)

Next: Song mentioning a barnyard animal

 

 

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"Zuckerman's famous Pig" which I always called "Some Pig" from the old CHARLOTTE'S WEB cartoon by the Sherman brothers

 

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Sung at a carnival or circus

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Lovely Luawana Lady  (sung by Dorothy Lamour in "Greatest Show on Earth")

Next:   "green" in title

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"The Green Leaves of Summer" -- The Alamo (1960) (Beautiful song, should have won the Oscar, but "Never on Sunday," which did win, is a great song too.)

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It Might as Well Be Spring--State Fair   (jeanne Crain dubbed by Louanne Hogan)

next--another dubbed tune you like

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"I've Told Ev'ry Little Star" -- Music in the Air (1934) "Sung" by Douglass Montgomery and June Lang but dubbed.

Next: Song related to being poor

 

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Pick a Little Pocket or Two  ("Oliver")

Next:   Performed During a Rehearsal

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Sweet Hog of Mine  ("State Fair")

Next:  Sung by large group of singers 

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"Fill the World With Love" from GOODBYE MR CHIPS (sung by the whole school and faculty)

 

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performed at an audition

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"Can't Help Loving Dat Man" (reprise at audition) sung by Irene Dunne accompanied by Sammy White in Show Boat (1936)

Next:  Color blue in title

 

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"Blue Prairie" sung by the Sons of the Pioneers in OUTLAWS OF THE PRAIRIE

 

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pink or purple

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Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White - (there's a two'fer LOL)  Jane Russell dances to the music in Underwater

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Brown used in a  title of a song

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"I Dream of Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair" -- Harmony Lane (1935)

Next: Song with Scottish references

 

 

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Heather on the Hill  ("Brigadoon")

Next:   Performed in a strange costume

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"How Could You Believe Me........." from ROYAL WEDDING

 

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Yet another comedic number

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Sisters,m sung the second time in White Christmas  

next--'Great' in the title

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It's a Great Feeling - Doris sings during opening credits of movie It's a Great Feeling

movie song with Angel in the title

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"Earth Angel" performed at the dance in BACK TO THE FUTURE

 

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Another song at a high school dance

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"The Glow-Worm" -- played at the high school dance in Ah, Wilderness! (1935)

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Eric Linden and Cecilia Parker

Next: Song mentioning the word "Spanish"

 

 

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"Spanish Rose" cut from the movie BYE BYE BIRDIE

 

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another song that was cut from the movie version of the Broadway show

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"Impossible" was cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. It's my favorite song in the show.

Next: A song referring to the spring season

 

 

 

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It Might As Well Be Spring  ("State Fair")

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