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WALTZ DOWN THE AISLE Written for the Show "Anything Goes", but not used (1934) (Cole Porter) Simon Green & Frederica VonStade - 1989 When those bells start to chime to commemorate the happy time When at last, you can trust yourself to me For a change, I suggest, that our marriage not be like the rest But a great deal less long and less gloomy For our bridemaids we'll choose only dancers from reviews And only ushers who can turn somersaults And the old wedding march, so pretentious and so arch Will give way to a lively waltz When we waltz down the aisle Won't the neighbours have the vapours When we two start the style Of a waltz down the aisle What a crush, what a rush Delegations, populations Will be there wearing a smile When we waltz down the aisle Just a moment of delaying Then the organ starts to boom What is that thing he's playing Why it's "here comes the bride and the groom" Off we go, to and fro To the altar, and the halter What a treat, for the rank and file When we waltz down the aisle Just a moment of delaying Then the organ starts to boom What is that thing he's playing Why it's "here comes the bride and the groom" Off we go, to and fro To the altar, and the halter What a treat for the rank and file When we waltz down the aisle (Transcribed by Monique Adriaansen & Mel Priddle - February 2004)

    


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