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Can you guess what show this is frm and the composer?

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If you can, I'll giev you a fantasmogorical prize.

"Poppa locka poppa locka poppa locka poo, bully bully bully bully bully bully ba, dig-a-rig-a dig-a-riga dig-a-riga doo, homininy homininy homininy ha!"
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my fair lady?
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Joe Brooks
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Shut up, Thes.
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Never opened my mouth...
Updated On: 12/19/05 at 11:34 PM
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I'm thinking the show is Chitty-Chitty Bang bang by the "fantasmogorical" clue. I don't know the composer though. re: Can you guess what show this is frm and the composer?
If Percy Blakeney were in Les Mis....

Percy: Sink me! If it isn't Javvurt!
Javert: Zsah-vair, it's pronounced Zsah-vair.
Pecry: But it's spelled J-A-V-E-R-T Javvurt.
Javert: Repeat after me Zsah...Zsah....
Percy: Oh! Zsa-Zsa! Like the Gabor sister! Well I personally have always prefered Eva.
Javert: (Looks for gun)
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No, it isn't Chitty.
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sounds like something from "Two Gentlemen of Verona" - can't remember the composer.
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sounds like something from "Two Gentlemen of Verona" - can't remember the composer.
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How about Your Own Thing? Or is that the Sex Dance from Pippin?
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The original lyrics for Defying Gravity?

Or someone just transcribed one of Patti LuPone's famous performances?

(Just joking, I love her!)
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Applause? Charles Strouse? The Babble song at the top of the show?
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No one got it!
It's from The First Show, by Noel Coward.