My Fair Lady-I Could Have Danced All Night

My Fair Lady-I Could Have Danced All Night

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Wouldn't It Be Loverly - My Fair Lady

Wouldn't It Be Loverly - My Fair Lady

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The Rain in Spain Stays Mainly in The Plain Lyrics - My Fair Lady

The Rain in Spain Stays Mainly in The Plain Lyrics - My Fair Lady

From My fair lady I don't own this

My Fair Lady - Wouldn't it be Loverly - Lyrics

My Fair Lady - Wouldn't it be Loverly - Lyrics

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On The Street Where You Live - My Fair Lady

On The Street Where You Live - My Fair Lady

Diversi-Tune Karaoke

My Fair Lady -Just You Wait - with Same-Language-Subtitling

My Fair Lady -Just You Wait - with Same-Language-Subtitling

Same-Language-Subtitling version of Audrey Hepburn's Just You Wait from the musical My Fair Lady. www.same-language-subtitling.com Dynamic subtitling of music video -- it may look like Karaoke, however, it is a very powerful method of teaching reading. This is one of the most cost effective and efficient ways to improve reading literacy! Also known as Same-Language-Subtitling (SLS). Adding SLS to music video --especially media targeted at children! See www.planetread.org & www.same-language-subtitling.com for more information. This video is intended for educational purposes to demonstrate the effectiveness of dynamic subtitling

I'm an Ordinary Man - My Fair Lady [w/ Lyrics]

I'm an Ordinary Man - My Fair Lady [w/ Lyrics]

"I'm an Ordinary Man" (1956) (uncredited) Music by Frederick Loewe Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Performed by Rex Harrison

My Fair Lady (1964) | With a little bit o' luck | wt lyrics

My Fair Lady (1964) | With a little bit o' luck | wt lyrics

Directed: George Cukor | Written: Alan Jay Lerner (book //screenplay) George Bernard Shaw (from a play // as Bernard Shaw) | For subs * cc * | Audrey Hepburn: Eliza Doolittle | Rex Harrison: Professor Henry Higgins | Stanley Holloway: Alfred P. Doolittle | Alfred :The Lord above gave man an arm of iron So he could do his job and never shirk. The Lord gave man an arm of iron-but With a little bit of luck, With a little bit of luck, Someone else'll do the blinkin' work! The three: With a little bit...with a little bit... With a little bit of luck you'll never work! Alfred: The Lord above made liquor for temptation, To see if man could turn away from sin. The Lord above made liquor for temptation-but With a little bit of luck, With a little bit of luck, When temptation comes you'll give right in! The three: With a little bit...with a little bit... With a little bit of luck you'll give right in. Alfred: Oh, you can walk the straight and narrow; But with a little bit of luck You'll run amuck! The gentle sex was made for man to marry, To share his nest and see his food is cooked. The gentle sex was made for man to marry-but With a little bit of luck, With a little bit of luck, You can have it all and not get hooked. The three: With a little bit...with a little bit... With a little bit of luck you won't get hooked. With a little bit...with a little bit... With a little bit of bloomin' luck! Alfred: The Lord above made man to help is neighbor, No matter where, on land, or sea, or foam. The Lord above made man to help his neighbor-but With a little bit of luck, With a little bit of luck, When he comes around you won't be home! Jim and Harry: With a little bit...with a little bit... With a little bit of luck, You won't be home. Alfred: They're always throwin' goodness at you; But with a little bit of luck A man can duck! Oh, it's a crime for man to go philandrin And fill his wife's poor heart with grief and doubt. Oh, it's a crime for man to go philanderin'-but With a little bit of luck, With a little bit of luck, You can see the bloodhound don't find out! The three: With a little bit...with a little bit... With a little bit of luck she won't find out! With a little bit...with a little bit... With a little bit of bloomin' luck! He doesn't have a tuppence in his pocket. The poorest bloke you'll ever hope to meet. He doesn't have a tuppence in his pocket-but With a little bit of luck, With a little bit of luck, He'll be movin' up to easy street. With a little bit...with a little bit... With a little bit of luck, He's movin' up. With a little bit...with a little bit... With a little bit of bloomin luck!

Without You (My Fair Lady - 1964)

Without You (My Fair Lady - 1964)

Lyrics What a fool I was, what a dominated fool To think you were the earth and sky What a fool I was, what an addle-pated fool What a muddle-headed dolt was I! No, my reverberating friend - You are not the beginning and the end ... There'll be spring every year without you England still will be hear without you There'll be fruit on the tree and a shore by the sea There'll be crumpets and tea without you Art and music will thrive without you Somehow Keats will survive without you And there still will be rain On that plain down in Spain Even that will remain without you I can do Without you You dear friend who talk so well You can go to Hartford, Hereford, and Hampshire! They can still rule the land without you Windsor Castle will stand without you And without much ado, We can all muddle through without you Without your pulling it the tide comes in Without your twirling it the earth can spin Without your pushing them the clouds roll by If they can do without you Ducky, so can I I shall not feel alone without you I can stand on my own without you So go back in your shell I can do bloody well without--- BYYYY GEORGE I really did it I did it, I did it I said I'd a woman and indeed I did I knew that I could do it I knew it, I knew it I said I'd make a woman and succeed I did

My Fair Lady - Why Can't The English?

My Fair Lady - Why Can't The English?

Song called 'Why Can't The English?' from the movie My Fair Lady.

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