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REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM (Soundtrack) Songs from the film "Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm" (1938) Starring: Shirley Temple, Randolph Scott, Jack Haley, Gloria Stuart, Phyllis Brooks, Helen Westley, and Bill "Bojangles" Robinson… AN OLD STRAW HAT (Music by: Harry Revel / Lyrics by: Mack Gordon) Performed by: Shirley Temple What is all this dizzy busy hustling for People running helter-skelter on their way What is all this hazy crazy bustling for No time to notice it's a sunny day Why don't you take a vacation Looks like you've got to have relaxation Aw, come on, forget your troubles for a while Why don't you try to feel like I do If I had one wish to make This is the wish I would choose I'd want an old straw hat A suit of overalls And a worn out pair of shoes Just let me roam around Laughing at big city blues With an old straw hat A suit of overalls And a worn out pair of shoes Howdy, Mister Brown Ho-hum! Goin' fishin'? Hope you get a bite Howdy Mister Jones! Ho-hum! How's about a hay ride Saturday night? Sing hi-ho the merri-o What've you got, what've you got to lose Get an old straw hat A suit of overalls And a worn out pair of shoes ********** ALONE WITH YOU (Music by: Lew Pollack / Lyrics by: Sidney D. Mitchell) Performed by: Phyllis Brooks and Jack Haley I've always known that three's a crowd Only two may dance, only to romance So when I see you in a crowd I'm not satisfied till I reach your side. Alone with you I don't know the meaning of time, Alone with you I'm yours without reason or rhyme. I'd be content to be sent to an island in the sea, If I had you with me, how lucky I would be. Alone with you I'd have everything that I need, I always knew I'd follow wherever you lead. So ring the bells in the steeple, tell all the people That we are one and I've begun To live in a heaven alone with you. ********** THE TOY TRUMPET (Music by: Raymond Scott / Lyrics by: Sidney D. Mitchell & LewPollack) Performed by: Shirley Temple Have you heard Have you heard There's a new tooter in With the Tin pan parade Pass the word Pass the word 'Cause it's some toy trumpet brigade Come along Come along If you're soon enough You'll hear him do his stuff Hurry up Hurry up They will soon be here They're getting nearer Here they come Here they come Hear the hum of the drum Of the Tin pan parade Better run Better run 'Cause it's some toy trumpet brigade Here they are, there's the leader Passing by , aint he grand He's the star, he's the leader of the band There he goes with his trumpet Tootin' high, tootin' low When he blows he's a rootin', tootin' dandy Tootin' low Tootin' high He's a new tooter in With the Tin pan parade There they go Passing by That was some toy trumpet brigade ********** HAPPY ENDING (Music by: Lew Pollack / Lyrics by: Sidney D. Mitchell) Performed by: Phyllis Brooks (Also recorded by Shirley Temple but not used in the film) What do we all read a story book for What do we look for, when it is through? What does every Cinderella sigh for What does she try for, till dreams come true? Happy ending, with all our troubles behind Happy ending, that's what we're trying to find! Why didn't Cinderella waver? What made her braver? She knew the Prince would come and save her! Happy ending, the best of wonderful times Always ending, just like in nursery rhymes! May each thing you pray for bring you Joy and laughter, ever after Happy ending to you all! Happy ending, with all our troubles behind Happy ending, that's what we're trying to find! Why didn't Cinderella waver? What made her braver? She knew the Prince would come and save her! Happy ending, the best of wonderful times Always ending, just like in nursery rhymes! May each thing you pray for bring you Joy and laughter, ever after Happy ending to you all ********** YOU`VE GOTTA EAT YOUR SPINACH, BABY (Music by: Harry Revel / Lyrics by: Mack Gordon) Excerpts sung by: various girls at an audition You've gotta eat your spinach, baby That's the proper thing to do It'll keep you kind of healthy too And what it did for Popeye, it will do for you You've gotta eat your spinach, baby To give you lots of TNT For whenever you're caressing me Then you'll need every vitamin from A to Z You've gotta eat your spinach, baby If you do you can't go wrong For it's gonna make you nice and strong And the stronger you are, the longer you'll live And the longer I'll have to love you ********** COME AND GET YOUR HAPPINESS (Music by: Samuel Pokrass / Lyrics by: Jack Yellen) Performed by: Shirley Temple and Girls Chorus Why are grown up peoples faces Wrinkled like a lot of prunes Money money that's what chases them Around like crazy loon's I think they make a big mistake Wealth and happiness that counts Are free to all in large amounts There's millions worth of golden sunbeams That everybody can possess All Gods children got success Come and get your happiness There's billions worth of silver moonbeams Enough for everyone I guess What's a million more or less Come and get your happiness Among the wildwood of your happy childhood Where you were Jill's and Jack In raggy britches there's a lot of riches On which you don't pay any income tax So get under their blue heaven Away from trouble and distress Just find Mother Nature's address And come and get your happiness ********** CRACKLY GRAIN FLAKES SONG MEDLEY (Music by: Lew Pollack / Lyrics by: Sidney D. Mitchell) Sung by: Shirley Temple My dear radio audience Now I shall do Some of the songs I've had the pleasure Of introducing to you It was not so very long ago When you heard this little ditty On your ra-di-o On the good ship Lollipop It's a sweet trip to a candy shop Where bon bons play On the sunny beach of peppermint bay And do you remember? Animal Crackers in my soup Monkeys and rabbits loop the loop Gosh oh gee but I have fun Swallowing animals one by one And I never ever will Forget my grandest thrill The very first time that I sang An ordinary day Becomes a holiday When I'm with you, hmm hmm I have lots of toys But I don't want to play Yes and I'll never forget it I sat in my Daddy's lap and whispered Oh, Daddy, how I miss you Your busy all your life I love to hug and kiss you Marry me and let me be your wife Ahhhh, but it's great to reminisce When I sang to my little Dutch Dolly Just Like this Sometimes I ought to hasche (hate) you You make me feel so vlue (blue) But honest I can't hate you When you smile at me my lovely poopjan Auckks mine goodness (Tick Tick Tick) The clock is ticking the hours away And so my radio audience The time has come, for me to say Goodnight my friends The tired old moon is descending Goodnight my friends My moment with you now is ending (Whistles) And So I must leave you With kindest regards from Rebecca and Crackly Grain Flakes The Grain Flakes that makes your tummy say 'Yum-Yum-Yummy' I want all my little friends to close their eyes and dream For in the morning It's Crackly Grain Flakes with sugar and cream Eat it with a smile and life will be worth while And now in conclusion Please join me in singing my theme Goodnight my friends Sleep tight my friends God bless you pleasant dreams Nightie night ********** GOODNIGHT, MY LOVE (Music by: Harry Revel / Lyrics by: Mack Gordon) Performed by: Shirley Temple Goodnight, my love Your Mommy is kneeling beside you Goodnight, my love To dreamland the Sandman will guide you Come now you sleepy head Close your eyes, go to bed My precious sleepy head You mustn't play peek-a-boo Goodnight, my love Your little Dutch dolly is yawning Goodnight my love Your teddy bear's called it a day Your dog is fast asleep, my but he's smart Sleep tight my love, goodnight my love God bless you, pleasant dreams sweetheart Goodnight, my love The tired old moon is descending Goodnight, my love My moment with you now is ending It was so heavenly, holding you close to me It will be heavenly To hold you again in a dream The stars above Have promised to meet us tomorrow Till then my love How dreary the new day will seem So for the present, dear, we'll have to part Sleep tight my love, goodnight my love Remember that your mine, sweetheart ***** AU REVOIR (Medley) (Additional Music by: Lew Pollack / Lyrics by: Sidney D. Mitchell) Sung by: Shirley Temple Medley consisting of: "On The Good Ship Lollipop" (Music by: Richard A. Whiting / Lyrics by: Sidney Clare) "When I`m With You" (Music by: Harry Revel / Lyrics by: Mack Gordon) "Animal Crackers In My Soup" (Music by: Ray Henderson / Lyrics by: Ted Koehler & Irving Caesar) "Oh My Goodness" (Music by: Harry Revel / Lyrics by: Mack Gordon) ********** PARADE OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS (Music by: Leon Jessel 1921 / Lyrics by: Ballard MacDonald 1922) Arranged for the film by Raymond Scott Sung by: Shirley Temple with the Raymond Scott Quintet & Men's Chorus Danced by Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson & Shirley Temple The toy shop door is locked up tight And ev'rything is quiet for the night When suddenly the clock strikes twelve The fun's begun The dolls are in their best array There's going to be a wonderful parade " Hark to the drum, oh, here they come" Cries ev'ryone Hear them all cheering Now they are nearing There's the captain stiff as starch Bayonets flashing Music is crashing As the wooden soldiers march Sabers a-clinking Soldiers a-winking At each pretty little maid Here they come! Here they come! Here they come! Here they come! Wooden soldiers on parade ********** Film Review: http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/40595/Rebecca-of-Sunnybrook- Farm/overview ********** Contributed by Ferda Dolunay - October 2007) **********

    


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