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FOR ME AND MY GAL (Soundtrack) Songs from the film "For Me And My Gal" (1942) Starring Judy Garland, George Murphy, Gene Kelly, Mártha Eggerth, Lucille Norman and The King's Men THE DOLL SHOP (Roger Edens) Performed by George Murphy (as Jimmy) & Lucille Norman (as Lily) LILY: This doll shoppe is my joy and pride That is no folderol The people come far and wide to buy my pretty doll I have girl doll, boy doll, wonderful mechanical toy doll Dancing doll, prancing doll, (doorbell rings) Bonjour, Monsieur. Dites-moi que voulez-vous JIMMY: La Belle, Mademoiselle. I want one thing of you You see, I , I want a beautiful doll, a great big beautiful doll I want a doll that I can find romance with a doll that I can sing and dance with And if you have such a doll, such a won-won-wonderful doll You may wrap it up and I will pay in cash But wrap it carefully so that it won't smash Oh me, show me a great big beautiful doll LILY: The first doll I will show to you will knock you for the loopey! She is the latest style, 'tis true, my extra special kewpee JIMMY: Those yahka-hicki hula dolls are really much too faddy LILY: Monsieur, I have but one more left That's a doll that cries out, "Daddy!" JIMMY: [spoken] Daddy?? ***** DON'T LEAVE ME DADDY (Joseph M. Verges) Performed by Judy Garland (as Jo) Daddy....don't leave me, daddy Won't you tell me why you're leaving When you're near me, dearie, life to me is cheery Oh, oh what a feeling Think what you're missing Lots of hugging and some kissing I don't care how mean you are to me Daddy, don'tcha leave me now ***** OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL (Nat Ayer / Seymour Brown) Performed by George Murphy (as Jimmy) Oh, you beautiful doll, you great big beautiful doll Let me put my arms about you, I don't want to live without you Oh,you beautiful doll, you great big beautiful doll If you ever leave me, how my heart would ache I want to hug you, but I fear you'd break Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, you beautiful doll Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, you beautiful doll ***** BY THE BEAUTIFUL SEA (Harry Carroll / Harold Atteridge) Performed by George Murphy (as Jimmy), Judy Garland (as Jo) & Female Chorus (By the sea, by the sea, by the beautiful sea) (You and I, you and I, oh, how happy we'll be) (When each wave comes a-rollin' in, we duck or swim) (And we'll float and fool around the water) (Over and under and then up for air) (Pa is rich, Ma is rich, so, now what do we care) JIMMY & JO: I like to be beside your side, beside the sea Beside the seaside by the beautiful sea (I like to be beside your side, beside the sea) (Beside the seaside by the beautfiul sea) ***** FOR ME AND MY GAL (George W. Meyer / Edgar Leslie / E. Ray Goetz) Performed by Gene Kelly (as Harry) and Judy Garland (as Jo) HARRY: The bells are ring...ringing, for me and my gal. The birds are s... JO: (Laughing - spoken) Wait a minute. You better let me do it. HARRY: [spoken] Okay! JO: Now.... Ding-dong, ding-dong. Do you hear the bells go ding-dong? Do you know, do you know why they're ringin'? Do you know why the birds are singin'? Well, you're gonna get a big surprise 'Cause I'm gonna put you wise The bells are ringin' for me and my gal The birds are singin' for me and my gal Ev'rybody's been knowing to a wedding they're going And for weeks they've been sewing, ev'ry Susie and Sal They're congregatin' HARRY: [spoken]Here's the church JO: for my and my gal HARRY: [spoken] and here's the steeple JO: The Parson's waitin' HARRY: [spoken] open the door JO: for me and my gal HARRY: [spoken] and there's the people JO: And sometime we're gonna build a little home for two Or three or four or more In Loveland for me and my gal HARRY; The bells are ringing for me and my gal The birds are singing for me and my gal Ev'rybody's been knowing, to a wedding they'e going And for weeks they've been sewing They've been sewing something old and something new Sew something that is blue so they can make a trousseau for my gal They're congregatin' for me and my gal. Look, here! Why, that's the Parson waitin' for me and my gal And sometime we're gonna build a little home for two JO: Or three HARRY: Or four JO: Or five HARRY: Or maybe more BOTH: Loveland for me and my gal HARRY: [spoken] Remember this one? JO: [spoken] And this HARRY: [spoken] You know what I can't eat for breakfast? JO: [spoken] Why, no. I haven't the slightest idea Tell me, what can't you eat for breakfast. HARRY: [spoken] Luncheon and dinner. JO: Ha...Ooh!...Here comes that loveland again BOTH: In Loveland for me and my gal ***** WHEN YOU WORE A TULIP (Percy Wenrich / Jack Mahoney) Performed by Gene Kelly (as Harry) and Judy Garland (as Jo) HARRY: When you wore a tulip, a big yellow tulip And I wore a big red rose When you caressed me, 'twas then Heaven blessed me What a blessing no one knows BOTH: You made life cheery when you called me dearie 'Twas down where the bluegrass grows Your lips were sweeter than julep When you wore a tulip, and I wore a big red rose ********** THEY GO WILD, SIMPLY WILD OVER ME (Fred Fisher / Joseph McCarthy) Performed by Gene Kelly They go wild, simply wild over me They go mad, just as mad as they can be No matter where I'm at All the ladies thin or fat The tall ones, the small ones I grab 'em off like that Ev'ry night how they fight over me I don't know what it is that they can see The ladies look at me and sigh In my arms they want to die They go wild, simply wild over me They go wild, simply wild over me ********** DO I LOVE YOU (Henri Christiné / E. Ray Goetz) Performed by Mártha Eggerth ********** AFTER YOU'VE GONE Henry Creamer / Turner Layton) Performed by Judy Garland (as Jo) After you've gone and left me cryin' After you've gone there's no denyin' Yyou'll feel blue, you'll feel sad You'll miss the dearest pal you've ever had There'll come a time, now don't forget it There'll come a time when you'll regret it Someday, when you grow lonely Your heart will break like mine And you'll want me only After you've gone, after you've gone away After you've gone and left me cryin' After you've gone there's no denyin' You're gonna feel blue And you're gonna feel sad, you're gonna feel bad And you'll miss, and you'll miss And you'll miss the bestest pal you ever had There'll come a time, now don't forget it There'll come a time when you'll regret it But, baby, think what you're doin' I'm gonna haunt you so, I'm gonna taunt you so It's gonna drive you to ruin After you've gone, after you've gone away ***** TELL ME (Max Kortlander / J. Will Callahan) Performed by Lucille Norman & The Sportsmen ********** TILL WE MEET AGAIN (Richard A. Whiting / Ray Egan) Performed by Lucille Norman & Chorus Smile the while you kiss me sad adieu When the clouds roll by I'll come to you then the skies will seem more blue Down in lovers lane, my dearie Wedding bells will ring so merrily Ev'ry tear will be a memory So wait and pray each night for me Till we meet again ***** WE DON'T WANT BACON (WHAT WE WANT IS A PIECE OF THE RHINE) (Howard Carr / Harry Russell / Jimmie Havens) Performed by Ben Lessy If you read your history, why it will show That we have always held our own with any kind of foe We've always brought the bacon home, no matter what they done But we don't want the bacon now, we're out to get the Hun We don't want the bacon, we don't want the bacon What we want is a piece of the Rhine We'll feed "Bill the Kaiser" with our Allied appetizer We'll have a wonderful time Old Wilhelm Der Gross will shout "Vas is Los?" The Hindenburg line will sure look like a dime We don't want the bacon, we don't want the bacon What we want is a piece of the Rhine When this trouble started they said we did not have a chance They could not figure out how we could get our men to France But we defied the U-boats, for our motto is to win We've got them into France right now, they're headed for Berlin We don't want the bacon, we don't want the bacon What we want is a piece of the Rhine We'll crown "Bill the Kaiser" with a bottle of Budweiser We'll have a wonderful time We'll defeat the submarine, their Hindenberg machine There won't be any stop, when we go over the top We don't want the bacon, we don't want the bacon What we want is a piece of the Rhine ********** BALLIN' THE JACK Chris Smith / Jim Burris) Performed by Gene Kelly (as Harry) and Judy Garland (as Jo) From coast to coast, from Canada to Mexico They're doing a new dance, the tried and true Yes, it will sweep the land, and you'll think it's so grand You'll have to learn how to do it, so please don't poo poo it 'Cause we got this little dance, it's gonna rise to fame It's sure to put most any other dance to shame The Turkey Trot, the Bunny Hug, the Tickly Toe Will be forgotten when we start to go Mr. Leader, won't you start the syncopation And we'll begin our little demonstration Now, first, you put your two knees close up tight Then you sway 'em to the left, and you sway 'em to the right Step around the floor kinda nice and light Then you twist around and twist around with all of your might Stretch your lovin' arms straight out in space Then you do the Eagle Rock with style and grace Swing your foot way 'round and bring it back Now that's what I call Ballin' the Jack ***** WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO TO HELP THE BOYS? (Egbert Van Alstyne / Gus Kahn) Performed by Ben Blue & The King's Men ********** HOW 'YA GONNA KEEP 'EM DOWN ON THE FARM? (AFTER THEY'VE SEEN PAREE) (Walter Donaldson / Sam Lewis / Joe Young) Performed by Judy Garland (as Jo) and Chorus JO: Now, Reuben, Reuben, I've been thinkin', said his wifey dear Now that things are peaceful and calm The boys will soon be back on the farm Mister Reuben started winkin' and slowly rubbed his chin He pulled his chair up close to mother and he asked her with a grin "H-h-h-how ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm after they've seen Paree?" How ya gonna keep 'em away from Broadway? Jazzin' around and paintin' the town How ya gonna keep 'em away from harm? That's the mystery They'll never want to see a rake or plow And who the heck can parley-vous a cow? H-h-h-how ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm after they've seen Paree? (How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm after they've seen Paree?) (How ya gonna keep 'em away from Broadway?) (Jazzin' around and paintin' the town) (How ya gonna keep 'em away from harm? That's the mystery) JO: Imagine Reuben when he meets his pa He'll kiss his cheek and holler, "Oo-la-la!" ALL: How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm after they've seen After they've seen, after they've seen Paree? ********** THERE'S A LONG, LONG, TRAIL AWINDING (Zo Elliott / Stoddard King) Performed by The King's Men (offscreen) There's a long, long trail a-winding Into the land of my dreams Where the nightingales are singing And a white moon beams There's a long, long night of waiting Until my dreams all come true Till the day when I'll be going down That long, long trail with you ********** WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE (Percy Wenrich / Howard Johnson) Performed by Judy Garland & The King's Men THE KINGS MEN: Where do we go from here, boys? Where do we go from here? Anywhere from Harlem to be here When Pat would spy a pretty girl, he'd whisper in her ear "Oh joy! Oh boy! Where do we go from here? ALL: Where do we go from here, boys? Where do we go from here? Slip a pill to Kaiser Bill and make him shed a tear And when THE KINGS MEN: we see the enemy we'll ALL: Shoot him in the rear Oh, joy! Oh, boy! Where do we go from here? ********** YMCA MEDLEY: OVER THERE (George M. Cohan) IT'S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY (Jack Judge / Harry Williams) GOODBYE BROADWAY, HELLO FRANCE (C. Francis Reisner / Benny Davis) YANKEE DOODLE (Traditional) SMILES (Lee S. Roberts / J. Will Callahan) HINCKY DINKY PARLAY VOO (Al Dubin / Joe Mittenthal) OH, FRENCHY (Con Conrad / Sam Ehrlich) PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES IN YOUR OLD KIT BAG (Felix Powell / George Asaf) IT'S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY (Jack Judge / Harry Williams) Performed by Judy Garland (as Jo) It's a long way to Tipperary, it's a long way to go. It's a long way to Tipperary, to the sweetest girl I know SMILES (Lee S. Roberts / J. Will Callahan) Performed by Judy Garland (as Jo) There are smiles that make us happy there are smiles that make us blue there are smiles that steal away the teardrops As the sunbeams steal away the dew PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES IN YOUR OLD KIT BAG AND SMILE, SMILE, SMILE! (Felix Powell / George Asaf) Performed by Judy Garland (as Jo) Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag and smile, smile, smile While you've a lucifer to light your fag Smile, boy's, thats the style What's the use in worrying? It never was worthwhile, so Pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag and smile, smile, smile ********** WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME (Louis Lambert - aka Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore) Performed by Judy Garland (as Jo) When Johnny comes marching home again, hooray, hooray We'll give him a hardy welcome then, hooray, hooray All the men will cheer, and the boys will shout The ladies they will all turn out And we'll all feel gay when Johnny comes marching home Strike up the band, let the bells ring out Strike up the band, let people shout And every mothers son of you, that means you and you and you and you...(Spoken: Harry!) (YAAAAAAY!!!!!!!!!) ********** DON'T BITE THE HAND THAT'S FEEDING YOU (Recorded for, but not used in the final print of the film) (Jimmie Morgan / Thomas Hoier) Performed by Judy Garland, Abe Dinovitch & Maude Erickson Last night, as I lay a sleeping A wonderful dream came to me I saw Uncle Sammy weeping For his children from over the sea They had come to him, friendless and starving When from tyrants' oppression they fled But now they abuse and revile him Till at last in just anger he said If you don't like your Uncle Sammy Then go back to your home o'er the sea To the land from where you came, whatever be its name But don't be ungrateful to me! If you don't like the stars in Old Glory If you don't like the Red, White and Blue Then don't act like the cur in the story Don't bite the hand that's feeding you! You recall the day you landed How I welcomed you to my shore When you came here empty handed And allegiance forever you swore I gathered you close to my bosom Of food and of clothes you got both So, when in trouble, I need you You will have to remember your oath If you don't like your Uncle Sammy Then go back to your home o'er the sea To the land from where you came, whatever be its name But don't be ungrateful to me! If you don't like the stars in Old Glory If you don't like the Red, White and Blue Then don't act like the cur in the story Don't bite the hand that's feeding you! ********** DEAR OLD PAL OF MINE (Recorded for, but not used in the film) (Lieut. Gitz Rice / Harold Robe)) Performed by The King's Men All my life is empty, since I went away Skies don't seem to be so clear May some angel sentry guard you while I stray And fate be kind to join us some sweet day Oh, how I want you, dear old pal of mine Each night and day I pray you're always mine Sweetheart, may God bless you, angel hands caress you While sweet dreams rest you, dear old pal of mine Dearie, I'm so lonely, how I miss your smile And your tender loving way I just want you only, want you all the while May God decree I have you back some day Oh, how I want you, dear old pal of mine, Each night and day I pray you're always mine Sweetheart may God bless you, angel hands caress you While sweet dreams rest you, dear old pal of mine ********** THREE CHEERS FOR THE YANKS (Recorded for, but not used in the final print of the film) (Hugh Martin / Ralph Blane) Performed by Judy Garland and Six Hits & A Miss ********** THE SPELL OF THE WALTZ (Recorded for, but not used in the film) (Composer unknown) Performed by Mártha Eggerth **********

    


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