“Thanks a lot, King, says I in a manner well-bred,
but all I want is ‘enry ‘iggins’ ‘ead.”
One of my favorite all-time scenes from any movie. What fabulous lyrics in all the songs in this film! I’m going to go put on the album — that’s right: vinyl!
Filed under Movies (and Tube), Tunes
Tagged as Eliza Doolittle Day, My Fair Lady, Twentieth of May
For some reason I used to sing this to the kids in the bathtub. Maybe it was the drowning connection. That’s sort of inappropriate.
Alfred P. Doolittle is one of my all-time heroes. “With a Little Bit of Luck” and “Get me to the Church on Time”…
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