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  • George H. Veith III updated the Artwork Satin Doll
    "Satin Doll" is a jazz standard written by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn with lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Written in 1953, the song has been recorded countless times, by such artists as Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, 101 Strings, and Nancy Wilson. Cigarette holder which wigs me Over her shoulder, she digs me. Out cattin' that satin doll. Baby, shall we go out skippin? Careful, amigo, you're flippin', Speaks Latin that satin doll. She's nobody's fool so I'm playing it cool as can be. I'll give…
  • On a Clear Day You Can See Forever is a musical with music by Burton Lane and a book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner based loosely on Berkeley Square, written in 1929 by John L. Balderston.[1] It concerns a woman who has ESP and has been reincarnated. Song, "On a clear day, Rise and look around you, And you'll see who you are, On a clear day, How it will astound you, That the glow of your being, Outshines every star, You'll feel part of, E'vry mountain, sea and shore, And you can hear, From far an…
  • "What a Wonderful World" is a song by Bob Thiele (using the pseudonym George Douglas) and George David Weiss. It was first recorded by Louis Armstrong and released as a single in 1968, and was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999. I see trees of green........ red roses too I see em bloom..... for me and for you And I think to myself.... what a wonderful world. I see skies of blue..... clouds of white Bright blessed days....dark sacred nights And I think to myself .....what a wonderful wor…
  • "This Could Be the Start of Something" (generally known as "This Could Be the Start of Something Big") is a popular song by Steve Allen, published in 1956. You're walkin' along the street, or you're at a party, Or else you're alone and then you suddenly dig, You're looking' in someone's eyes, you suddenly realize That this could be the start of something big. You're lunching at Twenty-One and watchin' your diet, Declining a charlotte russe, accepting a fig, When out of a clear blue sky, it's sud…
  • George H. Veith III updated the Artwork Tea for Two
    "Tea for Two" is a song from the 1925 musical No, No, Nanette with music by Vincent Youmans and lyrics by Irving Caesar. The song is sung from the viewpoint of a lovestruck man, who plans the future with his new woman in mind. JIMMY: Picture you upon my knee Just tea for two And two for tea Just me for you And you for me...alone- [DIALOGUE] JIMMY: I'm discontented with homes that I've rented So I have invented my own. Darling, this place is lovely oasis Where life's weary taste is unknown Far fr…
  • Written by Jack Segal / Marvin Fisher, 1956 when sunny gets blue skies get grey and cloudy and the rain begins to fall pitter patter, pitter patter love is gone so what can i do no sweet lover man comes to call oh when sunny gets blue oh when sunny gets blue she breathes a sigh of sadness like the winds that sway the trees. winds that set the leaves a-sway like the violins that play strange and haunting melodies oh when sunny gets blue sunny gets blue when sunny gets blue people used to love to …
  • George H. Veith III updated the Artwork Satin Doll
    "Satin Doll" is a jazz standard written by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn with lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Written in 1953, the song has been recorded countless times, by such artists as Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, 101 Strings, and Nancy Wilson. Cigarette holder which wigs me Over her shoulder, she digs me. Out cattin' that satin doll. Baby, shall we go out skippin? Careful, amigo, you're flippin', Speaks Latin that satin doll. She's nobody's fool so I'm playing it cool as can be. I'll give…