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The Songs

Don't Look at Me, by Stephen Sondheim from Follies

I Whistle a Happy Tune, by Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein II  from The King and I

Anyone Can Whistle, by Stephen Sondheim from Anyone Can Whistle

Give a Little Whistle, by Leigh Harline/Ned Washington from Pinocchio

Where or When, by Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart from Babes in Arms

Blue, by Joni Mitchell

Padam, Padam, by Norbert Glanzbert/Henri Contet - this version by Jason Carr

Sons of by Jacques Brel

Little Pal, by Al Jolson/DeSylva/Brown/Henderson

The Man That Got Away, by Harold Arlen/Ira Gershwin

If You Were the Only Girl in the World, by Grey/Ayer

I Say a Little Prayer, by Burt Bacharach/Hal David

Mother, by John Lennon

I've Got No Strings, by Leigh Harline/Ned Washington from Pinocchio

I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise  by George and Ira Gershwin from An American in Paris

Happy Talk, by Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein II from South Pacific

The Best of Times, by  Jerry Herman from La Cage aux Folles

Is That All There Is?, by Jerry Lieber/Mike Stoller

There's No Business Like Showbusiness, by Irving Berlin from Annie Get Your Gun

Let Me Sing and I'm Happy, by Irving Berlin from Mammy

Hallelujah, by Newmans/Robbins/Grey

Blow, Gabriel Blow, by Cole Porter from Anything Goes

Strike Up the Band, by George and Ira Gershwin from An American in Paris

Before the Parade Passes By, by Jerry Herman for Hello Dolly

Be a Clown, by Cole Porter from The Pirate

That's Entertainment, by Howard Dietz/ArthurSchwartz used in Band Wagon

Give My Regards to Broadway, by George M Cohan from Little Johnny Jones

42nd Street, by Harry Warren/Al Dubin from 42nd Street

Broadway, by Stephen Sondheim/Julie Styne from Gypsy

The Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe, by Harry Warren/Johnny Mercer from The Harvey Girls

Toot, Toot, Tootsie, by Ernie Erdman/Gus Kahn/Ted Fiorito/Russo/King from The Jazz Singer

San Francisco, by Jurmann/Kaper/Kahn from San Francisco

Meet Me in St Louis, by Mills/Sterlin from Meet Me in St Louis

Carolina in the Morning, by Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn from the 1922 Broadway show, The Passing Show

Rock-a-bye My Baby with a Dixie Melody, by Jean Schwartz/Sam M Lewis/Joe Young/Gershwin/Irving Caesar from the 1918 Broadway show Sinbad

Swanee, by George and Ira Gershwin

Baby Face, by Benny Davis/Harry Akst

Embracable You, by George and Ira Gershwin from An American in Paris

You and the Night and the Music, by Arthur Schwartz/Howard Dietz from the movie version of The Band Wagon

I Got Rhythm, by George and Ira Gershwin from An American in Paris

More, by Ortolani/Oliviereor/Newell

S'Wonderful, by George and Ira Gershwin from the 1927 Broadway musical version of Funny Face

Me and My Shadow, by Al Jolson/Dave Dreyer/Billy Rose

Blue Skies, by Irving Berlin from The Jazz Singer - the first song ever to be used in a film

After You've Gone, by Henry Creamer/Turner Layton

By Myself, by Howard Dietz/Arthur Schwartz, from Band Wagon

Love Changes Everything, by Andrew Lloyd Webber/Don Black/Hart from Aspects of Love

Everything's Coming Up Roses, by Stephen Sondheim/Julie Styne from Gypsy

Let Me Entertain You, by Stephen Sondheim/Julie Styne from Gypsy

reprise of Let Me Sing and I'm Happy,

Why Was I Born?, Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein II from the Broadway show Sweet Adeline

reprise of Let Me Sing and I'm Happy,  ending the medley which starts Act II

Nice Dream, by Yorke/O'Brien/Selway (Radiohead)

Solitude, by Duke Ellington

She Touched Me, by I Levin/M Schafer from Drat!  The Cat!

You're Just in Love, by Irving Berlin from Call Me Madam

Yes, My Heart, by Bob Merrill, from Carnival

Remind Me, by  Jerome Kern/Dorothy Fields from the 1940 movie musical One Night in the Tropics

I Wish I Could Forget You, by Stephen Sondheim from Passion

What Now My Love, by Becaud/Sigman

How Could I Lose You?, by Adam Guettel from Saturn Returns

Life on Mars, by David Bowie

Bach Prelude No.8 in E flat minor, BWV 853

Over My Head - trad

Glory Goes, by Adam Guettel, from Floyd Collins

Alone Together, by Arthur Schwartz/Howard Dietz from the 1932 Broadway musical Flying Colors

This is What it is, by Michael John LaChiusa from The Wild Party

After the Ball is Over, by Oscar Hammerstein II/Charles K Harris from the 1893 Broadway musical A Trip to Chinatown


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Page updated 20 January 2002, with more song sources - thanks to Theresa Storey