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THE WEDDING CAKEWALK From the film "You'll Never Get Rich (1941) (Cole Porter) Martha Tilton (Film Soundtrack) - 1941 Fred Astaire - 1941 Rita Hayworth - 1946 Well, here comes the bride, no less It's hot stuff, that fluffy dress I must admit, though she's lit She looks a bit sweet No wonder her Romeo Begins shoutin' "Hidy-ho!" As his bride starts to stride To a boogie beat There's a big increase in marriages Due to a tune, they say The Wedding Cakewalk Is the roundelay When newlyweds in fancy carriages Leave the reception gay The Wedding Cakewalk Sends them on their way Pasty choirs in tasty churches Give it all they,ve got Prudish old ppreachers on their perches Say, "A-men, it's hot!" All those bridal suites at Claridge's Have radios that play The Wedding Cakewalk Night and day! ****************************** Alternate 1st verse as recorded by FRED ASTAIRE: Well, here comes the bride, no less It's hot stuff, that fluffy dress From where I sit, I'll admit She looks a bit sweet ******************************

    


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