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9 thoughts on “ Thank Heaven For Little Girls - Various - Gigi (CD, Album)

  1. Parents need to know that the compilers of this album seem blind to the irony of several of their choices. For example, though Maurice Chevalier's "Thank Heaven For Little Girls" is delightful, thoughtful young listeners may not like to hear that he gives thanks solely because little girls grow up to be big girls.
  2. Daddy's Little Girl: Drew's Famous Wedding Songs music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Melodie Der Welt on Discogs.
  4. He especially liked "Thank Heaven for Little Girls"! Lerner and Lowe, and Rogers and Hammerstein, soundtrack sheet music were always included in my mothers piano music collection too. It brings back memories of family sing-a-longs around the piano after dinner as well. This is an enchanting movie about a little girl blossoming into womanhood/5(30).
  5. Thank Heaven for Little Girls (From "Gigi") I Could Have Danced All Night (From "My Fair Lady") I've Never Been In Love Before (Remastered) There's a Lull In My Life (Remastered) The Thrill Is Gone (Remastered) I Fall In Love Too Easily (Remastered) On Green Dolphin Street (Remastered) It's Always You.
  6. Gigi, a Various Artists Album. Released in on MGM (catalog no. E ST; Vinyl LP). Genres: Show Tunes, Film Soundtrack. Thank Heaven for Little Girls Total length: ; Subscribe to CD CBS Special Products / AK Gigi Bonus.
  7. May 28,  · "Gigi" is the title song from the Academy Award-winning film, directed by Vincente Minnelli. It was written by Frederick Loewe (music) and Alan .
  8. Thank Heaven For Little Girls: A3: It's A Bore: A4: The Parisians: A5: Waltz At Maxim's (She Is Not Thinking Of Me) A6: The Night They Invented Champagne: B1: I Remember It Well: B2: Say A Prayer For Me Tonight: B3: I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore: B4: Gigi: B5: Finale. Thank Heaven For Little Girls3/5(1).
  9. This album is the best of John Raitt, with the welcome addition of three duets with his daughter Bonnie. If you ever followed Mr. Raitt on Broadway or in summer stock, you will love this album -- his voice when he was in his mid's hardly varied from his voice as a young man/5(8).

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