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TWO LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE From the Show: Two Little Girls In Blue 1921 (Lyrics by: Ira Gershwin / Music by: Vincent Youmans) Madeline Fairbanks (Vocal: Marion Fairbanks) Verse 1 (Dolly) It seems as if this trip Would take forever and a day, But where there is a will, You know, there has to be a way. (Polly) I know a million reasons now Why we should turn and run, But really, I'm so frightened That I can't remember one. Refrain 1 (Both) With an Irish cook and a wild-man crew And a mate who is Portuguese and six feet two Ooh! ooh! I wonder what they'd do If they ever knew-if they ever knew- We were two little girls in blue, Not one- But two little girls in blue. Verse 2 (Polly) With you along, I know I won't be very terrified; But dear, you know a trunk's An awful place in which to hide. (Dolly) Now be a Pollyana, Polly, And I'm sure you'll find The trunk as comfy as the two By four we left behind. Refrain 2 (Both) We can fool the cook and the wild-man crew For we fooled our mother and our father too, Ooh! ooh! When we made our debut And the old stork flew-and before they knew- There were two litttle girls in blue, Not one- But two little girls in blue. (Contributed by Carlene Bogle)

    


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