Song Lyrics

Merry Andrew - Danny Kaye in the lions' cage

Bongo, Bongo, Bongo lyrics

Lyrics to Bongo, Bongo, Bongo (I don’t wanna leave the Congo) – also known as Civilization as sung by Danny Kaye and the Andrews Sisters — and now known to the current generation from the  Fallout video game

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Song lyrics to Daddy-O, I'm gonna teach you some blues as performed in A Song is Born

Daddy-O

Song lyrics to Daddy-O, I’m gonna teach you some blues as performed in A Song is Born Daddy-O, I’m gonna teach you some blues From now on, that’s all you’ll be able to use Do you hear me, Daddy-O I’m gonna teach you some blues

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Danny Kaye as Anatole of Paris

Anatole of Paris – song lyrics

Song lyrics to‚ Anatole of Paris, written by Sylvia Fine, sung by Danny Kaye in‚ The Secret Life of Walter Mitty It all began when I was born a month too soon My ma was frightened by a runaway saloon Pa was forced to be a hobo Because he played the oboe And the oboe it is […]

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Song lyrics to The Pipes of Pan‚ (1958) - lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Saul Chaplin, performed by Danny Kaye and chorus of schoolchildren in the movie Merry Andrew

The Pipes of Pan – song lyrics

Song lyrics to The Pipes of Pan‚ (1958) – lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Saul Chaplin, performed by Danny Kaye and chorus of schoolchildren in the movie Merry Andrew No, no, no, no no! I mean the astral alien, The creature bacchanalian No good Episcopalian believes in. It’s Pan! (It’s who?) Why, Pan! (Oh, Pan!) […]

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Everything is Tickety-Boo, sung by Danny Kaye in Merry Andrew

Everything is Tickety-Boo song lyrics

Song lyrics to Everything is Tickety-boo‚ by Johnny Mercer and Saul Chaplin,‚ sung by Danny Kaye ‚ the movie Merry Andrew starring Danny Kaye Everything is tickety-boo, tickety-boo, tickety-boo Everything is tickety-boo on such a dreamy day-di-li-ootely You could be a snickety-poo, snickety-poo, snickety-POO With the sky so blickety-blue it causes one to say Bless mankind, including my […]

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Chin Up, Stout Fellow - sung by Danny Kaye in Merry Andrew

Chin Up, Stout Fellow! song lyrics

Song lyrics to Chin Up, Stout Fellow!‚  Lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Saul Chaplin, performed by Danny Kaye with Robert Coote (dubbed by William B. Lee) and Rex Evans (dubbed by Ernest Newton) in Merry Andrew Brother 1: It’s really now or never, son. Fair lady faint heart never won! Brother 2: We’re with […]

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No Two People, sung by Danny Kaye in Hans Christian Andersen

No Two People

Song lyrics to‚ No Two People, sung by‚ Danny Kaye‚ in‚ Hans Christian Andersen‚ (1952) music and lyrics by Frank Loesser Hans Christian Andersen (Danny Kaye): No two people have ever been so in love, been so in love, been so in love Doro (JeanMarie): No two people have ever been so in love, as my lovey dove and I […]

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Danny Kaye as Hans Christian Andersen

The Ugly Duckling

Song lyrics to‚ The Ugly Duckling, sung by‚ Danny Kaye‚ in‚ Hans Christian Andersen‚ (1952) music and lyrics by Frank Loesser There once was an ugly duckling, With feathers all stubby and brown, And the other birds in so many words said, Get out of town Get out, get out, get out of town And he went with a quack […]

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Danny Kaye singing I'm Hans Christian Andersen

Anywhere I Wander

Song lyrics to‚ Anywhere I Wander, sung by‚ Danny Kaye‚ in‚ Hans Christian Andersen‚ (1952) music and lyrics by Frank Loesser Anywhere I wander, anywhere I roam Till I’m in the arms of my darling again My heart will find no home

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Danny Kaye singing Thumbelina in Hans Christian Andersen

Thumbelina – song lyrics

Song lyrics to Thumbelina, sung by Danny Kaye in the movie Hans Christian Andersen (1952) music and lyrics by Frank Loesser Though you’re no bigger than my thumb, than my thumb, than my thumb, Sweet Thumbelina don’t be glum, la la la, uh uh uh, come come come, Thumbalina, Thumbalina tiny little thing Thumbalina dance, Thumbalina sing Thumbalina what’s the […]

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