Notable Song

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List Of Musicals: M To Z - W
... Bernstein, lyrics Stephen Sondheim notable songs "Tonight", "America", "Somewhere" ... by James Allan Krause, PhD, notable songs "Eve Ad’a, Ad’a Eve ", "Looking Back", "Big Blue" ... Sammy Run?, Broadway musical (1964) with music and lyrics by Ervin Drake, featured Steve Lawrence notable song "A Room Without Windows." Where's ...
List Of Musicals: M To Z - P
... Bissell, music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross notable songs "Steam Heat", "Hey There", "Hernando's Hideaway" Pal Joey, Broadway musical (1940), lyrics Lorenz Hart ... Notable song Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered Panama Hattie, Broadway musical (1940) with music and lyrics by Cole Porter, filmed by MGM in 1943 Parade, (1998) Broadway musical with ... The Perils of Pauline, film (1947), notable song "I Wish I Didn't Love You So" introduced by film's star Betty Hutton Le Petit Prince, a French ...
List Of Contemporary Worship Songs
... Thousands of contemporary worship songs have been written since the beginnings of the genre in the 1960s ... A much smaller number have achieved long-term popularity or became notable for other reasons and are listed here ... As the Deer Awesome God El Shaddai Here I Am to Worship - notable song by Tim Hughes I Can Only Imagine - worship song that achieved considerable mainstream exposure Lord, I Lift Your Name on High ...
List Of Musicals: A To L - G
... Gay Divorce, Broadway musical (1932) with songs by Cole Porter ... Notable song "Night and Day" The Gay Divorcee, RKO film version (1934) of The Gay Divorce starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers The Gay Life, Broadway musical (1961) with music by Arthur Schwartz ... Broadway musical (1949), (lyrics Leo Robin music Jule Styne) filmed in 1953 Notable song "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend" Get Used To It!, a 1992 Off ...

Famous quotes containing the words song and/or notable:

    Marlowe went muttering to death
    When he had done with song and lust.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    a notable prince that was called King John;
    And he ruled England with main and with might,
    For he did great wrong, and maintained little right.
    —Unknown. King John and the Abbot of Canterbury (l. 2–4)