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EASTER PARADE A rewritten version of a 1917 Berlin song entitled "Smile and Show Your Dimple." (Words & Music : Irving Berlin) Introduced by Clifton Webb & Marilyn Miller in the revue "As Thousands Cheer." Sung by Don Ameche in the 1938 film "Alexander's Ragtime Band," by Bing Crosby in the 1942 film "Holiday Inn," and by Fred Astaire & Judy Garland in the 1948 film "Easter Parade." Best selling records in 1942 by Harry James & His Orchestra, and in 1947 by Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians. (verse) Never saw you look quite so pretty before. Never saw you dressed quite so lovely, what's more. I could hardly wait to keep our date this lovely Easter morning, And my heart beat fast as I came through the door for: (chorus) In your Easter bonnet with all the frills upon it, You'll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade. I'll be all in clover, and when they look you over I'll be the proudest fellow in the Easter Parade. On the Avenue, Fifth Avenue, The photographers will snap us And you'll find that you're in the rotogravure. Oh, I could write a sonnet about your Easter bonnet And of the girl I'm taking to the Easter Parade. In my Easter bonnet with all the frills upon it, I'll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade. You'll be all in clover, and when they look me over You'll be the proudest fellow in the Easter Parade. On the Avenue, Fifth Avenue, The photographers will snap us And you'll find that you're in the rotogravure. Oh, you may write a sonnet about my Easter bonnet And of the girl you're taking to the Easter Parade.

    


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