Who is Lorenz Hart?

  • (noun): United States lyricist who collaborated with Richard Rodgers (1895-1943).
    Synonyms: Hart, Lorenz Milton Hart

Lorenz Hart

Lorenz Milton Hart (May 2, 1895 – November 22, 1943) was the lyricist half of the Broadway songwriting team Rodgers and Hart. Some of his more famous lyrics include "Blue Moon," "Mountain Greenery," "The Lady Is a Tramp," "Manhattan," "Where or When," "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered," "Falling in Love with Love," "My Funny Valentine," "I Could Write a Book", "This Can't Be Love", "With a Song in My Heart", "It Never Entered My Mind", and "Isn't It Romantic?".

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List Of Rufus Wainwright Songs - Cover Songs
... Wabash" The Myth of Fingerprints 434 ... Paul Dresser "Bewitched" The History Boys 521 ... Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers "Chelsea Hotel No. 610 ... Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe / Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart Phil Ramone Medley "You Made Me Love You" / "For Me and My Gal" / "The Trolley Song" Rufus ... Valentine" Sweetheart 2005 Love Songs 324 ... Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers "Old Paint" (with Loudon Wainwright III) Release the Stars 242 ... Traditional "One Man Guy" Poses 2001 331 ...
There's A Small Hotel
... "There's a Small Hotel" is a 1936 popular song composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart ... According to the biography of Lorenz Hart by Frederick Nolan (Lorenz Hart - A Poet on Broadway, 1994 Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-510289-4), the song was inspired by ... Hart reputedly found the melody insistently cloying and often ad-libbed raunchy parody verses, much to Rodgers' chagrin ...

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    Painters of paintings, writers of books, never could tell the half.
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