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Charley's Room

Lilly's Rented Room
-"JUST A GIGOLO".....Bandleader & Charley
-"WHO'S YOUR LITTLE WHO-ZIS?".....Bandleader & Bandsinger

Refreshment Stand of Gem Theatre

Lilly's Rented Room
-"YES SIR, THAT'S MY BABY".....Charley
-"BUTTON UP YOUR OVERCOAT".....Lilly

The Robbery

The Fantasies
-"DADDY, YOU'VE BEEN A MOTHER TO ME".....Willie & Little Willie
-"HOLD TIGHT, HOLD TIGHT".....Otis & Ladies
-"HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN".....Slick, Phoebe, Sunnyboy & Company
-"I'M SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD".....Charley & Company

A Street
-"LIFE IS JUST A BOWL OF CHRERIES"-REPRISE.....Lilly

SONG CREDITS
"LIFE IS JUST A BOWL OF CHERRIES"-Words and music by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. Used by permission of Chappell & Co., Inc.; "FOR NO GOOD REASON AT ALL"-by Abel Baer, Samuel W. Lewis and Joseph Young. Used by permission of CBS Feist Catalog Inc.; "CHARLEY MY BOY"-Words and music by Gus Kahn and Ted Fiorito. Used by permission of Bourne Co. and Gilbert Keyes Music Co.; "I'VE GOT A FEELIN' YOU'RE FOOLIN'"-By Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed. Used by permission of CBS Robbins Catalog Inc.; "AIN'T WE GOT FUN"-Words by Gus Kahn and Raymond Egan. Music by Richard Whiting. Used by permission of Warner Bros., Inc. and Gilbert Keyes Music Co.; "CHICAGO"-Words and music by Fred Fisher. Used by permission of Fisher Music Corp.; "PICK YOURSELF UP"-Music by Jerome Kern. Words by Dorothy Fields. Publisher, T.B. Harms; "I'M JUST WILD ABOUT HARRY"-Words and music by Eubie Blake and Noble Sissel. Used by permission of Warner Bros., Inc.; "BEAT ME DADDY EIGHT TO THE BAR"-Words and music by Don Raye, Hughie Prince, Eleanor Sheehy. Used by permission of MCA, Inc.; "THE MUSIC GOES 'ROUND AND 'ROUND"-Words & music by Edward Farley, Red Hodgson and Michael Riley. Used by permission of Chappell & Co., Inc.; "NOW'S THE TIME TO FALL IN LOVE"-Words and music by Al Sherman and Al Lewis. Used by permission of Chappell & Co., Inc.; "AIN'T SHE SWEET"-Words by Jack Yellen. Music by Milton Agar. Used by permission of Warner Bros., Inc. and Edwin H. Morris & Company, A Division of MPL Communications, Inc.; "EVERYBODY LOVES MY BABY"-Words and music by Jack Palmer and Spencer Williams. Used by permission of MCA, Inc.; "ME AND MY SHADOW"-Words by Billy Rose. Music by Al Jolson and Dave Dreyer. Used by permission of Boune Co.; "I FOUND A MILLION DOLLAR BABY"-Words by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon. Music by Harry Warren. Used by permission of Warner Bros., Inc.; "LOVE IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER"-Words and music by Leo Robin and Lewis E. Gensler. Used by permission of Famous Music Corp.; "JUST A GIGOLO"-Original words by Julius Brammer; English words by Irving Caesar. Music by Leonello Casucci. Used by permission of Chappell & Co., Inc.; "WHO'S YOUR LITTLE WHO-ZIS?"-Words by Walter Hirsch. Music by Hal Goering and Ben Bernie. Used by permission of Famous Music Corp. and World Music, Inc.; "YES SIR, THAT'S MY BABY"-Words by Gus Kahn. Music by Walter Donaldson. Used by permission of Donaldson Publishing Company and Gilbert Keyes Music Co.; "BUTTON UP YOUR OVERCOAT"-Words and music by B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. Used by permission of Chappell & Co., Inc.; "DADDY, YOU'VE BEEN A MOTHER TO ME"-Words and music by Fred Fisher. Used by permission of Fisher Music Corp.; "HOLD TIGHT, HOLD TIGHT"-Words and music by Leonard Ware, Willie Spottswood, Ed Robinson, Ben Smith and Sidney Bechet. Used by permission of Belwin Mills Publishing Corp.; "HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN"-Words by Jack Yellen. Music by Milton Agar. Used by permission of Warner Bros., Inc.; "I'M SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD"-by Samuel M. Lewis, Joseph Young and Ray Henderson. Used by permission of CBS Feist Catalog Inc., Warock Corp. and Ray Henderson Music.

Play based on the original film entitled Big Deal on Madonna Street written by Susi Cecchi D'Amico, Mario Monicelli, Agenore Incrocci and Furo Scarpelli; directed my Mario Monicelli; and produced by Franco Cristaldi.

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