Champage Lyricists, Songs & Shows--ANSWERS YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR, LOL


joined:12/31/69

joined:
12/31/69
I know all less than 200 of you who took last week's quiz have been waiting for this. So too, those who are naturally curious but too shy to ask or to ID your email. Here are the sources of the lyrics from last week's quiz.

Champagne Lyricists
Song Titles and Mostly Shows


Champagne’s a flowing river, Comden and Green
I’ve Got It All from ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

Pol Roget and Veuve Cliquot, Swing your partner do si do, John Latouche
My Picture In The Papers from THE GOLDEN APPLE

I’ll be drinking champagne out of everyone’s shoe, Noel Coward
I’ve Been Invited To A Party from THE GIRL WHO CAME TO SUPPER

She told me, as she drank up my champagne Howard Deitz
I Never Had A Chance from THE GAY LIFE

Like the bubbles in a glass of champagne, Haven Gillespie
You Go To My Head, popular song published 1938, recorded by Sinatra & Garland, among others; this song has been called a “minor classic.”

What once was a rare champagne, Stephen Sondheim
Liaisons from A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC

Is fly to the sky on champagne, Alan J. Lerner
The Night They Invented Champagne from GIGI

Should I order cyanide or order champagne, Cole Porter
I Am In Love from CAN CAN

Champagne, so you won’t get dry, Oscar Hammerstein
Money Isn’t Everything from ALLEGRO

Champagne Charlie’s drinking gin, Lorenz Hart
Give It Back To The Indians from TOO MANY GIRLS


Yours for more champagne on Broadway!

Bulldog
Updated On: 1/25/04 at 04:17 PM