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Songs That Open With Their Titles, E

Song Title
Opening Lines
Comments & Submittor Name
E-Town Concrete Mandibles Take the bullet between my mandibles  - Lizzie
The Eagles Midnight Flyer Oo, Midnight Flyer Engineer, won't you let your whistle moan? "Midnight Flyer" is another song from the Eagles' 1974 third lp, "On The Border". - Peter
The Eagles I Wish You Peace I wish you peace when the cold wind blows, Warmed by the fire's glow.  "I Wish You Peace" is yet another song from the Eagles' "One Of These Nights" lp. After the success of "One Of These Nights" some creative differences would shake up the band's membership (although main principles and vocalist, Don Henley and Glen Frey would stay with the band), most noticably Joe Walsh going solo (and succesfully at that). The revamped group would come back in the fall 1976 with the multi-million dollar seller lp, "Hotel California" which would produced the #1 singles, "Hotel California" and "New Kid In Town" as well as the #3 hit, "Life In The Fast Lane" and the top twenty hit, "Victim Of Love". This same group would also release another multi-million dollar hit lp, "The Long Run" which would not only produce the top five title tune, but also the #1 hit, "Heartache Tonight", and the top ten hits, "I Can't Tell You Why", "In The City" and "Those Shoes". The Eagles also firmly established themselves as a Classic Rock and Classic Hits artist for all time. But shortly after the success of "The Long Run", in 1980, the Eagles announced to the world their breakup and both Don Henley and Glen Frey would have successful solo careers well into the 1990's (Henley would also gain notarity for his liberal and environmental views and working for and giving financially to liberal and environmental political causes and candidates). The Eagles' would reform (the late 1970's version, minus Joe Walsh) in the mid-1990's for another lp, and several brief tours. - Peter
The Eagles Twenty-One Twenty-one and strong as I can be. I know what freedom means to me. "Twenty-One" is another song from the Eagles' 1973 sophomore lp, "Desperado". - Peter
The Eagles One Of These Nights One of these nights, One of these crazy old nights We're gonna find out Pretty mama What turns on your lights. "One Of These Nights" is the title track to the Eagles' 1975 4th lp. The lp, "One Of These Nights" followed quickly on the heals of the Eagles' third lp, fall 1974's "On The Border". "One Of These Nights" lp was released in the summer of 1975. The single, "One Of These Nights" was also the second #1 hit for the Eagles following the first #1 single, "Best Of My Love". "One Of These Nights" is more uptempo than "Best Of My Love" (a fairly good dance tune), and showed that the Eagles could rock out as well (something many critics and audience were starting to doubt they could at this point in their career). With the single of "One Of These Nights", the Eagles were no longer considered just an easy listening group. The lp, "One Of These Nights" would also produce the top five hit, "Lyin' Eyes" and yet a third #1 hit, "Take It To The Limit" (fall 1975 at #1). - Peter
The Eagles Desperado Desperado, why don't you come to your senses? "Desperado" is the title track from the Eagles' 1973 sophomore lp. "Desperado" is more likely than not to be the Eagles' song that has been most covered by other artists. A matter of fact, Linda Ronstadt would have a bigger hit with "Desperado" a little later on in the 1970's than the Eagles would. - Peter
The Eagles Visions Visions, that you stir in my soul. "Visions" is another track from the Eagles' 1975 4th lp, "One Of These Nights". - Peter
The Eagles Most Of Us Are Sad Most of us are sad. "Most Of Us Are Sad" is from the Eagles self-titled debut lp, "The Eagles", from 1972. California based, the Eagles from the start seemed to have instant success. And in many ways as the Beatles dominated the 1960's, the Eagles seemed to have dominated the 1970's -- at least in terms of chart success (with both singles and lp's and even in terms of setting the mood of that decade -- although the Eagles wouldn't have their first #1 tune until 1975). "The Eagles' lp also contains the top ten hits, "Take It Easy", "Witchy Woman" and "Peaceful Easy Feeling". - Peter
The Eagles James Dean James Dean, James Dean I know just what you mean. "James Dean" is another track from the Eagles' 1974 third lp, "On The Border". "James Dean" refers to the young actor who died way too young back in 1955 after a car accident. - Peter
The Eagles You Never Cry Like A Lover You never cry like a lover should.  "You Never Cry Like A Lover" is from the Eagles' 1974 (released fall 1974) lp, "On The Border". With "On The Border", the Eagles started to reach legendary status with the lp producing the top five hit, "Already Gone" and their first #1 song "Best Of My Love" (spring 1975). In many ways, "On The Border" also fit the times, very well, with the fact many young people were starting to leave behind the protests of the late 1960's/early 1970's due to the Vietnam War and Civil Rights and the mood of the American public in general post President Richard M. Nixon's resignation in August 1974. - Peter
The Eagles Doolin-Dalton They were duelin', Doolin-Dalton. "Doolin-Dalton" is from the Eagles' 1973 sophomore lp, "Desperado". "Desperado" the lp certainly showed the Eagles were not suffering from a sophomore slump, a matter of fact the Eagles continued to show more depth and maturity and sold even better the sophomore lp than the 1972 self-titled debut lp. - Peter
The Eagles Tequila Sunrise It's another tequila sunrise Starin' slowly 'cross the sky, said goodbye.  "Tequila Sunrise" is more than likely the most played on Classic Rock and Classic Hit stations of today of the Eagles' early works (well, maybe "Witchy Woman", "Take It Easy" and Peaceful Easy Feeling" come close). "Tequila Sunrise" is also another track from the Eagles' 1973 sophomore lp, "Desperado". - Peter
Earl Grant The End At the end of a rainbow you'll find a pot of gold  - Candy Welty
Earth, Wind, and Fire Star In the sky, shines a star.  - Brian Kelly
Eartha Kitt Santa Baby Santa baby, slip a sable under the tree for me; I've been an awfully good girl, Santa baby, and hurry down the chimney tonight. "Santa Baby" has been covered in recorded and live performances by many other female artists throughout the years, including Maria Muldaur, Everclear, RuPaul, Taylor Horn, Madonna, Jhene, Macy Gray, Natalie Merchant, Faith Evans, Britney Spears, Boney James, Kylie Minogue, The Pussycat Dolls, LeAnn Rimes, Kellie Pickler, and Taylor Swift as well as in an Ally McBeal episode by the title character (Calista Flockhart), by Chris Mitchell, and by The Swingle Singers. Miss Piggy sang the song in the film It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie; and recorded another version for the album A Green and Red Christmas. - Vic George
East 17 Gold Gold gold gold gold. Livin' on this planet together.  - Brian Kelly
Ed Ames Try To Remember Try to remember the kind of September when life was slow and oh, so mellow  - Candy Welty
Ed Townsend For Your Love For your love, oh I would do anything  - Candy Welty
Eddie Cooley & The Dimples Priscilla Oh, Priscilla, at last I've found you. Come let me put my arms around you.  - Candy Welty
Eddie Fisher Don't Stay Away Too Long Don't stay away too long. Don't stay away too long. I'm writing you today to say "Don't stay away too long."  - Candy Welty
Eddie Fisher Oh, My Papa Oh, my pa-pa, to me he was so wonderful. RIP, Eddie. - MOR
Eddie Fisher Magic Fingers Magic fingers play, magic fingers play again  - Candy Welty
Eddie Fisher Dungaree Doll Dungaree doll, dungaree doll, paint your initials on my jeans  - Candy Welty
Eddie Fisher People Like You Oh yes, it's people like you who make life worthwhile for people like me  - Candy Welty
Eddie Floyd Love Is A Doggone Good Thing Love is a doggone good thing 'cause it ain't nothin' to it  - Candy Welty
Eddie Holman Hey There Lonely Girl Hey there lonely girl, lonely girl, let me make your broken heart like new  - Candy Welty
Eddie Money Walk On Water Well, if I could walk on water and if I could find some way to prove  - rocky
Eddie Money Baby Hold On Baby, hold on to me.  - Brian Kelly
Eddie Rabbitt & Crystal Gayle You And I Just You and I, sharing our love together. Eddie Rabbitt passed away in 1998 from lung cancer. He'll always be remembered as a great musician, especially for this song he did with Crystal Gayle. - Larcen Tyler
Eddy Arnold Take Me In Your Arms Take me in your arms and hold me, like I've been holding you in my heart  - Candy Welty
Eddy Arnold and Jaye P. Morgan Mutual Admiration Society We belong to a mutual admiration society, my baby and me  - Lily Orange
Eddy Grant I Don't Wanna Dance I don't wanna dance, dance with you baby no more.  - Jacynthia Maries
The Edgar Winter Group Alta Mira Alta Mira  - Joe Pearson
Edwin Hawkins Singers Oh Happy Day Oh happy day, oh happy day, oh happy day, oh happy day  - Candy Welty
Edwin Starr Twenty-Five Miles  Twenty-five miles from home, girl.  - Bob
Edwin Starr War War ... huh ... yeah What is it good for? "War" from Edwin Starr was one of the few Motown protest songs about the Vietnam War. "War" was a #1 song for Starr (his only) back in the summer of 1970 for three weeks. It is also a great dance song to boot. "War" has been covered by none other than Bruce "The Boss" Springsteen. Starr was born Charles Edwin Hatcher in Nashville, Tennessee on January 21, 1942 and would be produced at Motown by Norman Whitfield. After having a top ten hit with "25 Miles" in 1968, Starr would go onto greater fame with "War". Starr later moved to Europe and continued to have success in Europe. Starr died on April 2, 2003 at his home in Beeston, England of a heart attack. - Peter
Edwin Starr I Just Wanna Do My Thing I just wanna do my thing [4 times]. I don't wanna hurt nobody  - Yvette Bristle
Edwyn Collins A Girl Like You Never knew a girl like you before. This is a correction. Last time I submitted this song, I mistakenly attributed it to Edwin McCain. - Brian Kelly
Eiffel 65 Living In A Bubble living in a bubble, baby  - mads
Eiffel 65 Another Race It's another race from outer space  - Mads
Eiffel 65 Your Clown I don't wanna be your clown again  - Mads
Eiffel 65 The Edge I've been to the edge  - Mads
Eiffel 65 Move Your Body Move your body  - Mads
Eileen Brennan I'll Be Wearing Ribbons I'll be wearing ribbons down my back this summer Blue & Green and streaming in the yellow sky. "I'll Be Wearing Ribbons" is another song from Jerry Herman's musical, "Hello, Dolly!" Eileen Brennan played the character of Irene Molly in the original Broadway production from 1964 to 1970 (2844 performances). In the 1969 motion picture of "Hello, Dolly!" the character was played by Marianne McAndrew. - Peter
Electric Light Orchestra Hold On Tight Hold on tight to your dream.  - Brian Kelly
Electric Light Orchestra Don't Walk Away Why do I say don't walk away? From the 1980 Xanadu soundtrack album. It also appears on the soundtrack of the Xanadu Broadway musical, though done by the cast of the musical. - Vic George
Electric Light Orchestra I'm Alive I'm alive, and the world shines for me today. From the 1980 Xanadu soundtrack album. It also appears on the soundtrack of the Xanadu Broadway musical, though done by the cast of the musical. - Vic George
The Eleventh Hour Hollywood Hot Hollywood hot, Hollywood hot, and they like it a lot  - Candy Welty
Ella Fitzgerald Stairway To The Stars Let's build a stairway to the stars  - Candy Welty
Ella Fitzgerald In the Still of the Night In the still of the night, as I gaze from my window.  - Brian Kelly
Ella Fitzgerald A Beautiful Friendship This is the end of a beautiful friendship  - Candy Welty
Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong A Fine Romance A fine romance with no kisses. A fine romance, my friend this is.  - Candy Welty
Elmo And Patsy Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer Grandma got run over by a reindeer, Walking home from our house Christmas Eve.  - Ava Murphy
Eloy Hero Hero! Tearing down every wall  - Joey F.
Eloy Surrender I surrender to your logical sense  - Joey F.
Eloy Daylight Daylight, back to daylight  - Joey F.
Eloy Today It's six o'clock today From 1970 self-titled first album - Joey F.
Elton John Crystal We're caught up in a web, you and I, since Crystal came between us Off the album 'Too Low for Zero,' an underrated song and worth listening to. - Larcen Tyler
Elton John Daniel Daniel is traveling tonight on a plane. I can see the red tail lights heading for Spain.  - Candy Welty
Elton John Blue Eyes Blue eyes, my baby's got blue eyes Slow song pre-bad hairweave. - Rich Braham
Elton John Levon Levon wears his war wound like a crown  - Candy Welty
Elton John Made In England I was made in England out of Cadillac muscle. I thought Cadillac was an American car. - Brian Kelly
Elton John Little Jeannie Oh, Little Jeannie, you got so much love.  - Larcen Tyler
Elton John Believe I believe in love, it's all we got.  - Larcen Tyler
Elton John Ball and Chain I got a ball and chain hanging around my heart  - Sutch
Elton John & Kiki Dee Don't Go Breaking My Heart Don't go breaking my heart. "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" is the biggest selling duet for Elton John. "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" was written by Ann Orson & Carte Blanche. "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" went to #1 in the U.K. first and then went to #1 in the states in August of 1976 for four weeks. RuPaul would have a hit with the same song in 1993. - Peter
Elvis Costello Party Girl They say you're nothing but a party girl  - Elsie (formerly Alex) Aerni
Elvis Costello This Year's Girl See her picture in a thousand places 'cause she's this year's girl.  - Brian Kelly
Elvis Costello Almost Blue Almost blue, almost doing things we used to do  - Elsie (formerly Alex) Aerni
Elvis Presley Poor Boy They call me poor boy, poor boy, poor boy. But I ain't lonesome and I ain't blue.  - Candy Welty
Elvis Presley Please Don't Stop Loving Me Please don't stop loving me. You were born just to be in my arms.  - Claire Grayson
Elvis Presley Are You Lonesome Tonight? Are you lonesome tonight, do you miss me tonight?  - Peter
Elvis Presley Angel Angel, with those angel eyes.  - Brian Kelly
Elvis Presley Memories Memories, pressed between the pages of my mind  - Candy Welty
Elvis Presley Ask Me Ask me if I wanted to caress you  - Candy Welty
Elvis Presley Hound Dog You ain't nothing but a hound dog  - B1982
Elvis Presley Mama Liked The Roses Oh, Mama liked the roses. She grew them in the yard.  - Candy Welty
Elvis Presley Crying In The Chapel You saw me crying in the chapel, the tears I shed were tears of joy  - Candy Welty
Elvis Presley Kiss Me Quick Kiss me quick while we still have this feeling  - Candy Welty
Elvis Presley In The Ghetto As the snow flies on a cold and grey Chicago morn, a poor little baby child was born in the ghetto. This song typified the sad conditions of poor black neighborhoods in Chicago and other metropolitan areas in those days, some that are still destitute today. - MOR
Elvis Presley/Three Dog Night Never Been To Spain Well, I've never been to Spain, But I kinda like the music.   - oldrock
Emerson, Lake and Palmer Take a Pebble Just take a pebble and cast it to the sea /Then watch the ripples that unfold into me Twelve and a half minutes of ELP goodness. - Doug N.
Eminem Like Toy Soldiers Step by step, heart to heart. Left, right, left, we all fall down like toy soldiers.  - Liz Bone
Eminem Not Afraid I'm not afraid (I'm not afraid/yeah) to take a stand (to take a stand/it's been a ride) The second part of the brackets after the slash is part of the intro which only appears in this part. - POWERStarz2004
Emmaretta Marks White Boys White boys are so pretty. "White Boys" is another song from the musical, "Hair". It was sung in the original 1968 Broadway production by Emmaretta Marks and two other African-American women (but I can't seem to find reference anywhere as to the names of the other two women) who wore blonde wigs and sang the tune in the style of Motown's Supremes. Emmaretta Marks and the two other women are answering the trio of Diane Keaton, Natalie Mosco and Suzannah Norstrand in regards to the tune they sing, "Black Boys". - Peter
Emmylou Harris Luxury Liner Luxury liner, forty tons of steel  - Lily Orange
Empire Of The Sun Walking On A Dream Walking on a dream. How can I explain?  - Brian Kelly
English Beat Mirror In The Bathroom Mirror in the bathroom, please talk free.  - Brian Kelly
The English Congregation Softly Whispering I Love You Softly whispering I love you, echoes of your voice are calling still through my dreams  - Candy Welty
Enya Storms In Africa Rains will rise now from storms in Africa, time will go on through storms in Africa This song ENDS with its title, something quite common among Enya's songs. - Julian
Enya Orinoco Flow Let me sail, let me sail, let the Orinoco Flow  - Larcen Tyler
Enya Evening Falls... When the evening falls, and the daylight is fading  - Julian
Enya My! My! Time Flies My my time flies, one step and we're on the moon  - Julian
Enya Even In the Shadows Even in the shadows, I turn around to find you walk away... A surprisingly upbeat song about breaking up with a lover. - Julian
Enya Stars and Midnight Blue Now we lie beneath the sky, stars and midnight blue. This tranquil song surprisingly ENDS with its title. - Julian
Era Mother Mother  - Mads
Era Looking For Something Looking for something  - Mads
Erasure Oh l'amour Oh l'amour... broke my heart now I'm aching for you, mon amour, what's a boy in love supposed to do?  - Bere
Eric Carmen Sunrise Sunrise, shine down a little love on the world today  - Candy Welty
Eric Clapton She's Waiting She's waiting for another love.  - Brian Kelly
Eric Clapton It's In The Way That You Use It It's in the way that you use it, it comes and goes. Used in the 1986 movie The Color Of Money, the sequel to The Hustler, featuring Paul Newman and Tom Cruise. - Vic George
Eric Clapton After Midnight After midnight, we're gonna let it all hang down.  - Brian Kelly
Eric Prydz Call On Me Call on me (x13)  - Brian Kelly
Ernest Tubb Walking The Floor Over You I'm walking the floor over you, I can't sleep a wink, that is true  - Candy Welty
Ernie (Jim Henson) Rubber Duckie Rubber duckie, you're the one, you make bathtime lots of fun  - Candy Welty
Eruption I Can't Stand The Rain I can't stand the rain against my window  - Candy Welty
Escape the Fate As you're falling down As you're falling down (falling down, as you're falling down) my heart beats the same they say it once, and echo it twice!! lol - Heather
Escape the Fate Situations The situations are irrelivant now, she loves the way that i tease, i love the way that she breathes love this song. and its the only time in the song when they say situations - Heather
Eskimo Joe Black Fingernails, Red Wine Black fingernails, red wine, I'm gonna make you all mine  - Dongquan
Eternal Save Our Love Save our love, save our love, save our love  - Jacynthia Maries
Eternal Stay Stay, stay, stay, stay baby, stay, come on darling now  - Jacynthia Maries
Ethel Merman Love, Look In My Window Love, look in my window. "Love, Look In My Window" is another song from Jerry Herman's musical, "Hello, Dolly!" But the song itself was only added after Ethel Merman took over the title rool, in 1967, from the original Dolly Levi, Carol Channing (it was added for Merman's wider vocal range) when Channing went out to Hollywood. Barbra Streisand would not sing the song either in the 1969 motion picture (when she played Dolly Levi) because the song was not put into the motion picture version. - Peter
Ethel Merman There's No Business Like Show Business There's no business like show business
Like no business I know.
  - Showbiz
Ethel Merman  Mr. Goldstone Have an eggroll, Mr. Goldstone.  "Mr. Goldstone" is a song from the Broadway musical, 1962 motion picture and 1993 TV special, "Gypsy" (music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim). "Gypsy" first premiered on Broadway on May 21, 1959 with Ethel Merman playing Mama Rose and is loosely based on the relationship between the pushy Mama Rose and her daughter, Louise, who would later go on to become the stripper, Gypsy Rose Lee (who wrote the original story the musical is based on). Other actresses who have played Mama Rose were: Rosalind Russell in the 1962 motion picture, Angela Lansbury in a mid-1970's Broadway revival, Tyne Daly, briefly, and then Linda Lavin in a late 1980's/early 1990's Broadway revival and finally Bette Midler on a CBS-TV special movie in 1993. - Peter
Ethel Merman and Ray Middleton Anything You Can Do Anything you can do, I can do better. "Anything You Can Do" is from Irving Berlin's 1946 Broadway musical (later made into a motion picture), "Annie, Get Your Gun". "Annie, Get Your Gun" is about Annie Oakley, a real life person. Ethel Merman played the original Annie Oakley and Ray Middleton played Frank Butler who was briefly married to Annie Oakley. - Peter
Ethel Merman, Sandra Church and Jack Klugman Together Wherever we go, whatever we do, We're gonna go through it together. "Together" was another song from the Styne and Sondheim musical, "Gypsy". It is a chorus piece between the characters of Mama Rose, Louise and Mama Rose's husband for a brief time, Herbie. In the original Broadway musical Sandra Church played Louise and Jack Klugman played Herbie. Other Louise (later Gypsy Rose Lee)'s have been, Natalie Wood (in the 1962 motion picture), Zan Charisse (in a mid-1970's Broadway revival), Christa Moore (in late 1980's/early 1990's Broadway revival) and Cynthia Gibb (in a 1993 CBS-TV special). Herbie has been played by Karl Malden (in the 1962 motion picture), Rex Robbins (in a mid-1970's Broadway revival), Jonathan Hadary (in a late 1980's/early 1990's Broadway revival) and Peter Riegert (in a 1993 CBS-TV special). - Peter
Etta James Trust In Me Trust in me in all you do. Have the faith I have in you. Love will see us through if only you trust in me.  - Candy Welty
Etta James At Last At last my love has come along  - Candy Welty
Eurythmics Love Is A Stranger Love is a stranger in an open car.  - Brian Kelly
Eurythmics Cool Blue Blue the color suits you cool blue From 1983's "Touch" album. - MOR
Eurythmics Would I Lie To You?  Would I lie to you?  Well, Annie comes right out and says the title right from the start. - Peter
Eurythmics Here Comes The Rain Again Here comes the rain again Falling on my head like a memory  - Peter
Eurythmics Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) Sweet dreams are made of this who am I to disagree?   - Peter
Evanescence The Only One When they all come crashing down, midflight, You know you're not the only one.  - Lizzie
Evanescence Weight of the World Feels like the weight of the world.  - Lizzie
Evanescence Lithium Lithium, Don't wanna lock me up inside... Good song. - Elise
Evanescence All That I'm Living For All that I'm living for, all that I'm dying for...  - Lizzie
Evanescence Your Star I can't see your star.  - Lizzie
Eve 6 Girlfriend You're really gone, girlfriend From their album "It's All In Your Head" - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Eve 6 There's a Face There's a face I know too well From Eve 6's self-titled album. - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Eve 6 Amphetamines Amphetamines, and jelly beans, she was pretty in her teens From the album "Horrorscope." - Iscariot
Eve 6 Saturday Night Saturday night burns a redness on my face From Eve 6's self-titled album. - RevengeFromMars YouTube
Eve 6 Hey Montana Hey Montana take your daughter back  - Franka
Evelyn "Champagne" King Shame Shame. Burning, you keep my whole body yearning.  - Brian Kelly
Everclear Father Of Mine Father of mine, tell me where did you go?  - Brian Kelly
Everlast Ends Ends. Some people will rob their mother for the ends.  - Brian Kelly
Everlife Faded Faded, hated, slipping away as I disappear in the dark.  - Jessica
Everlife I'm Over It I'm over it.  - Jessica
The Everly Brothers Bowling Green Way down in Bowling Green, the prettiest girls I've ever seen  - Lily Orange
The Everly Brothers Claudette Oh-oh Claudette, oh-oh Claudette. I got a brand new baby and I feel so good.  - Candy Welty
The Everly Brothers Wake Up Little Susie Wake up, little Susie, wake up   - Peter
The Everly Brothers Should We Tell Him Should we tell him? To let him go on trustin' isn't fair.  - Candy Welty
The Everly Brothers Problems Problems, problems, problems all day long  - Candy Welty
The Everly Brothers Bye, Bye Love Bye, bye love. Bye, bye happiness. Hello loneliness, I think I'm gonna die. Was also sung by Roy Scheider in the movie "All That Jazz". - Oldsongs
Everything But the Girl Meet Me in the Morning Meet me in the morning, I'll have the motor running  - Bob
Everything Is Everything Witchi Tai To Witchi tai to, hemorah, hora nika, hora nika  - Candy Welty
Eydie Gorme I'll Take Romance I'll take romance while my heart is young and eager to fly  - Candy Welty
Eydie Gorme Mama, Teach Me To Dance Mama, teach me to dance. Mama, teach me to dance. Think of all the fun you had when you and Dad would cut a rug, then you'd kiss and you'd hug.  - Candy Welty
Ezio Pinza Some Enchanted Evening Some enchanted evening You may see a stranger, you may see a stranger Across a crowded room And somehow you know, You know even then That somewhere  The rest of the opening line is: "... you'll see her Again and again." "Some Enchanted Evening" was from the 1949 Broadway musical (also was in the movie of the same title a few years later) of Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II's "South Pacific". It was the first time that Broadway music met up with opera (Pinza was a famous opera singer of the time) since "Porgy & Bess" in the 1930's. Of course later on, with Andrew Lloyd Weber, the blending of the two musical styles would become more common place. - Peter

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