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THE NIGHT THEY INVENTED CHAMPAGNE From "Gigi" (1958) (Lyrics : Alan Jay Lerner / Music : Frederick Loewe) Gigi (Leslie Caron), her grandmother, Mamita (Hermione Gingold) & Gaston (Louis Jourdan) Gigi: What time tomorrow will we get there? Can I watch you play roulette? May I stay up late for supper? Is it awfully awfully upper? Mamita: Gigi! You'll drive us wild! Stop! You silly child! Gigi: Is everybody celebrated full of sin and dissipated? Is it hot enough to blister? Will I be your little sister? Mamita: Gigi! You are absurd! Now not another word! Gigi! Gaston: Let her gush and jabber Let her be enthused I cannot remember when I have been more amused Mamita: Stop it! Gigi: The night they invented champagne It's plain as it can be They thought of you and me The night they invented champagne They absolutely knew that all we'd want to do Is fly to the sky on champagne And shout to everyone in sight That since the world began no woman or a man has ever been as happy as we are tonight! Gaston: The night they invented champagne (pop) G & G: It's plain as it can be They thought of you and me The night they invented champagne They absolutely knew that all we'd want to do Is fly to the sky on champagne And shout to everyone in sight (pop) That since the world began no woman or a man has ever been as happy as we are tonight! (pop) (Transcribed by Holly Tooker - December 2003)

    


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