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MAMIE IS MIMI from 1949 New York musical "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" click here for tracks from the film version (Jule Styne (m) Leo Robin (l) 1949) Honi Coles Cholly Atkins & Chorus (original cast) with Orchestra conducted by Milton Rosenstock She was a gal, they called her Chippy, She was a gal that they knew too well. She was a miss in Mississippi, But now she's a mademoiselle! Her name was Mame, To France she came, Now Mamie is Mimi, The toast of the Rue de la Paix! Her clothes are chic, Her men are weak, Now Mamie is Mimi, A baby they call bebe! With a terrific sense of humour, And a tight dress, She was a hit the day she hit Paree! But there's a most persistent rumour She'll never say "Yes!", never say "Yes!", Only will say "Oui! Oui! Oui!". Blase, bizarre, She's now a star, A filly, a dilly Who used to pitch woo, The former Mamie is Mimi, The toast of the Rue de la Paix! Her name was Mame, To France she came; A filly, a dilly Who used to pitch woo, The former Mamie is Mimi, The toast of the Rue de la Paix! Wow! Yes! The toast of the Rue de la Paix! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - November 2013)

    


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