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MISS 1944 >From the film "Ever Since Venus" (1944) Ina Ray Hutton & Her Orch. (Film Soundtrack) - 1944 STUART FOSTER: In the days gone by, to beautify Was a secret art for hi-falutin' faces Times have changed and now we know just how To do it on a big production basis INA RAY HUTTON: I'm Miss 1944, an up-to-the-minute lady Cosmetically I'm a century ahead of Rosie O'Grady I know tricks it takes to fix a face that couldn't be fixed before They'll remember me in history, Miss 1944 (I use cleansing cream and tissue cream, nourishing cream and vanishing cream, ev'ry night before I go to bed) (Dyes, bleaches, vaseline, olive oils and brilliantine, to beautify the hair upon my head) (Liquid base and powder base and lotions for my hands and face, shadow and mascara I adore) INA RAY HUTTON: I'm a Rembrandt with a powder puff At making-up I know my stuff They claim I guild the lily But the boys say I'm a dilly (She's Miss 1944) (They'll remember her in history, Miss 1944) (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - March 2016)

    


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