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I MARRIED AN ANGEL (Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart* Johnny Mathis 1960 Formed part of the 1942 film ‘I Married An Angel’ Director: W.S. Van Dyke Leads: Jeanette MacDonald / Nelson Eddy Based on the 1938 Rodgers and Hart Broadway stage musical comedy by the same name. *Additional music and lyrics for the later film added by: (Herbert Stothart / Bob Wright / Chet Forrest) Also sung by: Frank Sinatra Gordon MacRae Kristin Chenoweth Louis Armstrong Ed Hardy George Wallington Hi-Lo's Eve Smington Have you heard I married an angel I'm sure that the change'll be Awfully good for me. Have you heard An angel I've married To heaven she's carried this Fellow with a kiss. She is sweet and gentle So it isn't strange When I'm sentimental She loves me like an angel. Now you've heard. I married an angel This beautiful change will be Awfully good for me. (bridge) Now you've heard. I married an angel This beautiful change will be Awfully good for me. Some recordings carry the two addition lead-in verses: There's been a change in me I have a lovely disposition That's very strange in me And life's as sweet as it can be. I've lots of courage and ambition From every care my mind is free So I repeat with your permission There's been a change in me. (Transcribed by David Story - September 2013)

    


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