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THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST (Soundtrack) From the film „The Girl Of The Golden West" (1938) Starring: Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy, Walter Pidgeon, Buddy Ebsen, Leo Carrillo, H.B.Warner, Cliff Edwards, Leonard Penn, Monty Woolley, Priscilla Lawson, Ynez Seabury, Robert Murphy, Olin Howland, Billy Bevan, Victor Potel, Brandon Tynan, Nick Thompson, Tom Mahoney… Summary: http://www.jeanetteandnelson.net/films/jmne-girl.htm Nelson Eddy & Jeanette MacDonald: http://www.jeanettemacdonaldandnelsoneddy.com/ SHADOWS ON THE MOON (Music by: Sigmund Romberg / Lyrics by: Gus Kahn) Sung by: Jeanne Ellis at a campfire in the prologue Reprised by: Jeanette MacDonald Whistled and hummed by: Nelson Eddy Shadows on the moon are saying, "Summer`s on the wane, The sun will soon give way to autumn rain." Shadows on the moon are saying, „Autumn time will go, And soon we`ll hear the winter trumpets blow." Sort o` melancholy when the leaves are turning red; But it shouldn`t mean that All your little dreams and hopes are dead. Shadows on the moon are waiting For a smile to start to chase away The shadows on your heart. ---------------------------------------- WHO ARE WE TO SAY (Obey Your Heart) (Music by: Sigmund Romberg / Lyrics by: Gus Kahn) Sung by: Nelson Eddy Hummed by: Jeanette MacDonald Reprised on piano by Brandon Tynan and sung by: Jeanette MacDonald Who are we to say just what love will do? Love may live a day, or all life through. Who are we to say how a rose will grow? It may fade away or bloom and blow. You and I may plan and scheme, And ev`ry thing`s arranged; Then there comes a vagrant dream And all the world is changed! Who are we to say when to say goodbye Or to wonder why we two must part? So we live today loving while we may, dear Knowing love would say, "Obey your heart". ---------------------------------------- POLLY WOLLY DOODLE (Traditional / De Sylva) Played as background music in the saloon Also performed by: Leon Redbone, Shirley Temple Oh, I went down South For to see my Sal Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day My Sal, she is A spunky gal Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Fare thee well, Fare thee well, Fare thee well my fairy fay For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Oh, my Sal, she is A maiden fair Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day With curly eyes And laughing hair Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Fare thee well, Fare thee well, Fare thee well my fairy fay For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Behind the barn, Down on my knees Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day I thought I heard A chicken sneeze Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Fare thee well, Fare thee well, Fare thee well my fairy fay For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day He sneezed so hard With the whooping cough Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day He sneezed his head And the tail right off Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Fare thee well, Fare thee well, Fare thee well my fairy fay For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Oh, a grasshopper sittin' On a railroad track Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day A-pickin' his teeth With a carpet tack Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Fare thee well, Fare thee well, Fare thee well my fairy fay For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Oh, I went to bed But it wasn't any use Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day My feet stuck out Like a chicken roost Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day Fare thee well, Fare thee well, Fare thee well my fairy fay For I'm going to Lou'siana For to see my Susyanna Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day (Contributed by Nancy - March 2004) ---------------------------------------- GWINE TO RUN ALL NIGHT ("De Camptown Races") - 1850 (Stephen Foster) Played as background music in the saloon De Camptown ladies sing dis song, Doo-dah! doo-dah! De Camptown race-track five miles long, Oh, doo-dah day! I come down dah wid my hat caved in, Doo-dah! doo-dah! I go back home wid a pocket full of tin, Oh, doo-dah day! Chorus: (Gwine to run all night! Gwine to run all day! I'll bet my money on de bob-tail nag, Somebody bet on de bay.) De long tail filly and de big black hoss, Doo-dah! doo-dah! Dey fly de track and dey both cut across, Oh, doo-dah-day! De blind hoss sticken in a big mud hole, Doo-dah! doo-dah! Can't touch bottom wid a ten foot pole, Oh, doo-dah-day! Chorus: (Gwine to run all night! Gwine to run all day! I'll bet my money on de bob-tail nag, Somebody bet on de bay.) Old muley cow come on to de track, Doo-dah! doo-dah! De bob-tail fling her ober his back, Oh, doo-dah-day! Den fly along like a rail-road car, Doo-dah! doo-dah! Runnin' a race wid a shootin' star, Oh, doo-dah-day! Chorus: (Gwine to run all night! Gwine to run all day! I'll bet my money on de bob-tail nag, Somebody bet on de bay.) See dem flyin' on a ten mile heat, Doo-dah doo-dah! Round de race track, den repeat, Oh, doo-dah-day! I win my money on de bob-tail nag, Doo-dah! doo-dah! I keep my money in an old tow-bag, Oh, doo-dah-day! Chorus: (Gwine to run all night! Gwine to run all day! I'll bet my money on de bob-tail nag, Somebody bet on de bay.) ----------------------------------------- AVE MARIA (Music by: Charles Gounod - Adapted to 1.st Prelude Of Johann Sebastian Bach) Played on an organ by H.B. Warner Sung by: Jeanette MacDonald and chorus Ave Maria, Gratia plena, Dominus tecum. Benedicta tu, In mulieribus et benedictus, Fructus ventris tui Jesus. Sancta Maria! Sancta Maria! Maria! Ora pro nobis nobis peccatoribus, Nunc et in hora, in hora mortis nostrae Amen. Amen. -------------------------------------------------------------- SENORITA (Music by: Sigmund Romberg / Lyrics by: Gus Kahn) Sung by: Nelson Eddy and party guests Reprised by: Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy Pity me, señorita. I was free, señorita. Then you happened along With your smile and your song And I knew... That as long as there was love in my heart I would love only you. ----------------------------------------- THE WEDDING MARCH (From "A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.61" Written by: Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy) Played on a banjo and hummed by: Cliff Edwards ----------------------------------------- SUN-UP TO SUN DOWN (Music by: Sigmund Romberg / Lyrics by: Gus Kahn) Played during the opening credits Sung by: Jeanne Ellis and the pioneers in the prologue ----------------------------------------- SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE (Music by: Sigmund Romberg / Lyrics by: Gus Kahn) Sung by: Noah Beery and his men in the prologue, Bill Cody Jr. (dubbed by: Raymond Chace) in the prologue Reprised by: Nelson Eddy and his men ----------------------------------------- THE WIND IN THE TREES (Music by: Sigmund Romberg / Lyrics by: Gus Kahn) Sung by: Jeanette MacDonald Played on a fife by Buddy Ebsen ----------------------------------------- LIEBESTRAUM (Dream Of Love) (Music by: Franz Liszt / English Lyrics by: Gus Kahn) Played on piano by Brandon Tynan Sung by: Jeanette MacDonald ---------------------------------------- MARIACHE (Music by: Sigmund Romberg / Lyrics by: Gus Kahn / Additional lyrics by: Carlos Ruffino) (Translation for Spanish lyrics by Zacharias Yaconelli) Sung by: Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy and chorus Danced to by the party guests ---------------------------------------- THE WEST AIN`T WILD ANYMORE (Music by: Sigmund Romberg / Lyrics by: Gus Kahn) Sung by: Buddy Ebsen ----------------------------------------

    


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