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Sunday, November 25, 2007

Timeline

1926 1935 1937 1939 1942 1944 1946 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1959 1960 1961 1962
June 1
Norma Jeane
Mortensen is
born in Los
Angeles, CA

September
Norma Jeane
enters the
orphanage


June 26
Left orphanage
to live with
Grace McKee

November
Went to live
with Anna
Lower


June 19
Married her
neighbor, James
Dougherty


April
Started work at
Radio Plane
Munitions Factory


April 26
First National
Magazine Cover
("Family Circle")


June 26
Photographed by
David Connover for
"Yank Magazine"

July 17
First interview at
20th Century Fox
with Ben Lyon


July 19
First screen test
for Fox


July 29
First time mentioned
in a Hollywood
gossip column


August 2
Applied to Blue Book
Modeling Agency


August 26
First studio contract
with Fox; changed
her name to Marilyn
Monroe


September 13
Granted a divorce
from Jimmy
Dougherty


March 9
Signed contract with
Columbia Pictures

December 31
Met Johnny Hyde, her
agent, who dedicated
himself to promoting her


August 15
Started shooting
" A Ticket to
Tomahawk"
October
Sign contract
with MGM for
role in "The
Asphalt Jungle"

January 5
Started shooting
"The Fireball"


April
Landed part in
" All About Eve"


December 10
Signed seven-year
contract with Fox

March 29
Presenter at
The Academy
Awards


April 18
Started shooting
"The Love Nest"


September 8
First full-length
magazine feature in
"Colliers Magazine"


April 7
First "Life"
magazine cover"

June 1
Learned she was
cast in
"Gentlemen
Prefer Blondes"


August 31
Marilyn's live
radio debut


September 2
Grand Marchall
at Miss America
pageant


January 21
"Niagara" released
June 26
Left prints outside
Grauman's Chinese
Theater


September 13
First television
appearance on "The
Jack Benny Show"


October
Signed recording
contract with RCA


November 11
Premiere of "How to
Marry a Millionaire"


January 14
Married Joe DiMaggio at San Francisco City Hall
February 16
Started entertaining troops in Korea
May 29
Began filming "There's No Business Like Show Business"
October 5
Officially separated from Joe DiMaggio
October 27
Divorce granted from Joe DiMaggio
November 6
Honored at Hollywood party at Romanoff's
December 31
Formed Marilyn Monroe Productions
April 8
Appeard live on Edward R. Murrow's "Person to Person"
June 1
Premiere of "The Seven Year Itch"
February 9
Press conference with Laurence Olivier to announce joint project, "The Prince and the Showgirl"
February 25
Returned to Hollywood after one-year exile in New York
May 3
Began filming "Bus Stop"
June 29
Married Arthur Miller in Jewish ceremony
October 29
Presented "The Prince and the Showgirl" to Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Command Film Performance
June 18
Premiere of "The Prince and the Showgirl"
March 19
Premiere of "Some Like It Hot"
March 8
Received Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy for "Some Like It Hot"
January 20
Divorce from Arthur Miller granted
January 31
Premiere of "The Misfits"
February
Moved to Brentwood, CA home
March 5
Won Golder Globe for World Film Favorite
April 23
Began work on "Something's Got to Give"
June 1
Marilyn's last public appearance
June 22
Appeared on cover of "Life" magazine for the last time
June 23
Vogue photo session with Bert Stern
August 5
Marilyn Monroe died in her Brentwood, CA home
August 8
Funeral at Westwooed Memorial Park in Los Angelese, CA

Favorites

Favorites

Colors: Beige, black, white and red
Actors: Clark Gable, Charlie Chaplin, Charles Laughton, Will Rogers, Cary Grant, John Barrymore, Tyrone Power and Richard Widmark
Actresses: Greta Garbo, Jean Harlow, Ginger Rogers, Marie Dressler and Olivia DeHavilland
Artists: Goya, Picasso, El Greco, Michelangelo and Botticelli
Beverage: Dom Perignon 1953
Book: How Stanislavsky Directs by Michael Gorchakov
Female Singer: Ella Fitzgerald
Male Singer: Frank Sinatra
Film Performances: The Asphalt Jungle and Don't Bother to Knock
Photograph: Cecil Beaton's photo of Marilyn in her white dress
Musicians: Louis Armstrong, Earl Bostick, Ludwig Van Beethoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Plays: A Streetcar Named Desire and Death of a Salesman
Playwrights: Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams
Poets: John Keats and Walt Whitman
Restaurant: Romanoff's (in Hollywood)
Store: Bloomingdale's
Writers: Fyodor Dostoyevsky, J.D. Salinger, George Bernard Shaw and Thomas Wolfe
Personal Remembrance: Korea
Perfume: Chanel No. 5
Beauty Product: Nivea moisturizer

Music

Music

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Happy Birthday, Mr. President .wav file (560kb) Real Player file (110kb)
Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend .wav file (1.799 mb) Real Player file (337 kb)
I Wanna be Loved by You .wav file (1.381 mb) Real Player file (265 kb)











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Title Year
Goddess 2000
Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend [Import] 2000
The Very Best Of 1999
Happy Birthday Mr. President [Import] 1999
Best Selection [Import] 1999
Movie Hits 1998
Great [Import] 1998
Marilyn Monroe [Import] 1998
Movie Hits [Import] 1998
The Essential Recordings 1997
Marilyn Monroe [Box Set] [Import] 1997
I Wanna Be Loved By You 1996
Marilyn Monroe (Hollywood Soundstage) 1992
Songs from the Movies 1992

Career Highlights

Career Highlights

Starred in 30 films

Playboy "Sweetheart" of the Month (December 1953)

Started own production company, Marilyn Monroe Productions (1955)

Awards:

Golden Globe for "Female World Film Favorite 1954"

Nomination for Best Foreign Actress, 1956 British Academy Awards ("The Seven Year Itch")

Nomination for Best Foreign Actress, 1958 British Academy Awards ("The Prince and the Showgirl")

David Di Donatello Prize for Best Foreign Actress ("The Prince and the Showgirl," 1959)

Crystal Star Award for Best Foreign Actress ("The Prince and the Showgirl," 1959)

Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy ("Some Like It Hot," 1960)

Golden Globe for "Female World Film Favorite 1961"

Rankings:

Chosen by Empire Magazine as one of the "100 Sexiest Stars in Film History" (1995)

Voted Empire (UK) Magazine's "Sexiest Female Movie Star of all Time" (1995)

Ranked #8 in Empire (UK) Magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" (1997)

Named the Number One Sex Star of the 20th century by Playboy magazine (1999)

Voted "Sexiest Woman of the Century" by People Magazine (1999)

Voted 4th Greatest Movie Star of all time by Entertainment Weekly

Voted 2nd Greatest Movie Star of all time by Premiere Magazine

Ranked #6 on the American Film Institute's "50 Greatest Screen Legends" list




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Fast Facts

Fast Facts

Birth Name: Norma Jeane Mortenson
Also Known As: Norma Jeane Baker

Birth date: June 1, 1926
Birth place: Los Angeles, CA
Death date: August 5, 1962
Death place: Brentwood, CA
Burial location: Corridor of Memories, #24, at Westwood Memorial Park in Los Angeles, CA

Height: 5 feet 5 1/2 inches
Weight: Varied, 115 - 120 lbs.
Measurements: 37-23-36 (Studio's Claim); 35-22-35 (Dressmaker's Claim)
Hair color: Blond
Eyes: Blue

High schools: Van Nuys High School; University High School
Occupations: Model, Actress, Singer

Mother: Gladys Baker
Half-brother: Hermitt Jack Baker
Half-sister: Berniece Miracle

Marriages: Jimmy Dougherty (1942-1946); Joe DiMaggio (1954); Arthur Miller (1956-1961)
Stepchildren: Joe DiMaggio, Jr., Jane and Robert Miller

Did you know?
In 1999, Marilyn was named the Number One Sex Star of the 20th Century by Playboy magazine

In 1999, Marilyn was voted the 'Sexiest Woman of the Century' by People Magazine.

Issued on June 1, 1995, Marilyn was featured on a 32¢ US commemorative postage stamp.

Elton John recorded the song "Candle in the Wind" as a tribute to Marilyn Monroe.

In December 1953, she was the Playboy "Sweetheart" of the Month.

In February 1953, Marilyn was named the “The Most Advertised Girl in the World” by the Advertising Association of the West.

She was crowned Miss California Artichoke Queen in 1947.

In 1946, she began using the stage name Marilyn Monroe, but did not legally change her name until February 23, 1956.

Marilyn Monroe married Joe DiMaggio in San Francisco City Hall.

Marilyn Monroe was nominated for the 1956 British Academy Award for "Best Foreign Actress" in the Seven Year Itch.

About Marilyn Monroe

About Marilyn Monroe
"This girl had something I hadn't seen since silent pictures. She had a kind of fantastic beauty like Gloria Swanson and she radiated sex like Jean Harlow. She didn't need a soundtrack to tell her story."
-- Leon Shamroy, the cinematographer who shot Marilyn's first screen test

"Marilyn was one step from oblivion when I directed her in The Asphalt Jungle. I remember she impressed me more off the screen than on.there was something touching and appealing about her."
-- John Huston, director of The Misfits and The Asphalt Jungle

"She seemed very shy, and I remember that when the studio workers would whistle at her, it seemed to embarrass her."
-- Cary Grant, co-star in Monkey Business

"I did Niagara with her. I found her marvelous to work with and terrifically ambitious to do better. And bright. She may not have had an education, but she was just naturally bright."
-- Henry Hathaway, director of the 1952 film

"She represents to man something we all want in our unfulfilled dreams. A man, he's got to be dead not to be excited by her."
-- Jean Negulesco, director of How to Marry a Millionaire

"Marilyn's a phenomenon of nature, like Niagara Falls and the Grand Canyon. All you can do is stand back and be awed by it."
-- Nunnally Johnson, producer of How to Marry a Millionaire

"It's a toss-up whether the scenery or the adornment of Marilyn Monroe is the feature of greater attraction in River of No Return. The mountainous scenery is spectacular, but so in her own way is Miss Monroe."
-- Bosley Crowther, movie critic for The New York Times

"She had a great natural dignity and was extremely intelligent. She was also exceedingly sensitive."
-- Edith Sitwell, poet

"Marilyn was history's most phenomenal love goddess."
-- Philippe Halsman, photographer

"She saw herself drowning in Hollywood in 1955 and told her studio, 'I'm not just wiggling my behind.' Marilyn is not any one thing; she's multidimensional. As an actress, she has lots of imitators- but only Marilyn survives."
-- Eli Wallach, Marilyn's co-star in The Misfits

"I saw that what she looked like was not what she really was, and what was going on inside her was not what was going on outside, and that always means there may be something to work with. In Marilyn's case, the reactions were phenomenal. She can call up emotionally what is required for a scene. Her range is infinite."
-- Lee Strasberg, creator-director of the Actors Studio

"She is a brilliant comedienne, which to me means she also is an extremely skilled actress."
-- Sir Laurence Olivier, co-star of The Prince and the Showgirl

"She was wonderful. We were taught never to clap at the Actors Studio-it was like we were in church-and it was the first time I'd ever heard applause there."
-- Kim Stanley, the actress who originated Marilyn's Bus Stop role on stage

"Marilyn is as near a genius as any actress I ever knew. She is an artist beyond artistry. She is the most completely realized and authentic film actress since Garbo. She has that same unfathomable mysteriousness. She is pure cinema."
-- Joshua Logan, director of Bus Stop

"Her quality when photographed is almost of a supernatural beauty."
-- Lee Strasberg

"Her work frightened her, and although she had undoubted talent, I think she had a subconscious resistance to the exercise of being an actress. But she was intrigued by its mystique and happy as a child when being photographed; she managed all the business of stardom with uncanny, clever, apparent ease."
-- Sir Laurence Olivier

"I've learned about living from her. I took her as a serious actress even before I met her. I think she's an adroit comedienne, but I also think she might turn into the greatest tragic actress that can be imagined."
-- Arthur Miller, writer and husband

"Her beauty and humanity shine through.she is the kind of artist one does not come on every day in the week. After all, she was created something extraordinary."
-- Arthur Miller

"She was an absolute genius as a comedic actress, with an extraordinary sense for comedic dialogue. It was a God-given gift. Believe me, in the last fifteen years there were ten projects that came to me, and I'd start working on them and I'd think, 'It's not going to work, it needs Marilyn Monroe.' Nobody else is in that orbit; everyone else is earthbound by comparison."
-- Billy Wilder, director of Some Like it Hot and The Seven Year Itch

"She had flesh which photographed like flesh. You feel you can reach out and touch it. Unique is an overworked word, but in her case it applies. There will never be another one like her, and Lord knows there have been plenty of imitations."
-- Billy Wilder

"She has a certain indefinable magic that comes across, which no other actress in the business has."
-- Billy Wilder

"They've tried to manufacture other Marilyn Monroes and they will undoubtedly keep trying. But it won't work. She was an original."
-- Billy Wilder

"Marilyn always dreamt of being an actress. She didn't, by the way, dream of being just a star. She dreamt of being an actress. And she had always lived somehow with that dream. And that is why, despite the fact that she became one of the most unusual and outstanding stars of all time, she herself was never satisfied. When she came to New York, she began to perceive the possibilities of really accomplishing her dream, of being an actress."
-- Lee Strasberg

"The last time I saw Marilyn was in late 1959, when I appeared in Let's Make Love at Fox. The wide-eyed Marilyn I had first known was gone. This Marilyn was more beautiful than ever."
-- Milton Berle, comedian

"Marilyn Monroe is the greatest farceuse in the business, a female Chaplin."
-- Jerry Wald, producer

"She listens, wants, cares. I catch her laughing across a room and I bust up. Every pore of that lovely translucent skin is alive, open every moment-even though this world could make her vulnerable to being hurt. I would rather work with her than any other actress. I adore her."
-- Montgomery Clift, Marilyn's co-star in The Misfits

"Marilyn is a kind of ultimate. She is uniquely feminine. Everything she does is different, strange, and exciting, from the way she talks to the way she uses that magnificent torso. She makes a man proud to be a man."
-- Clark Gable

"She went right down into her own personal experience for everything, reached down and pulled something out of herself that was unique and extraordinary. She had no techniques. It was all the truth, it was only Marilyn. But it was Marilyn, plus. She found things, found things about womankind in herself."
-- John Huston, director of The Asphalt Jungle and The Misfits

"It's a terrible pity that so much beauty has been lost to us."
-- John Huston

"I know people who say 'Hollywood broke her heart,' and all that, but I don't believe it. She was very observant and tough minded and appealing, but she adored and trusted the wrong people. She was very courageous-you know the book Twelve Against the Gods? Marilyn was like that, she had to challenge the gods at every turn."
-- George Cukor, director

"Nobody discovered her, she earned her own way to stardom."
-- Darryl Zanuck, president of 20th Century Fox

"Her death has diminished the loveliness of the world in which we live."
-- Life magazine

"Marilyn Monroe.the most fragile and loveable legend of all."
-- Look magazine

"She was beautiful and untouched, it was as though she were just beginning."
-- Bert Stern, photographer

"It's my feeling that Marilyn looked forward to her tomorrows."
-- Eunice Murray, Marilyn's housekeeper

"When you look at Marilyn on the screen, you don't want anything bad to happen to her. You really care that she should be all right.happy."
-- Natalie Wood

"When you speak of the American way of life, everybody thinks of chewing gum, coca-cola, and Marilyn Monroe."
-- the Russian magazine Nedvela

"Marilyn played the best game with the worst hand of anybody I know."
-- Edward Wagenknecht, author

"She's scared and unsure of herself. I found myself wishing that I were a psychoanalyst and she were my patient. It might be that I couldn't have helped her, but she would have looked lovely on a couch."
-- Billy Wilder

"She had such a magnetism that if 15 men were in a room with her, each man would be convinced he was the one she'd be waiting for after the others left."
-- Publicist Roy Craft

"She was pure of heart. She was free of guile. She never understood either the adoration or the antagonism which she awakened."
-- Edward Wagenknecht

"I love Marilyn Monroe. I think she was the coolest blonde. I think like me she just didn't care what anyone thinks. She's happy. She's smiling. I don't know, I just always thought she was so beautiful and she just seemed, like, magical."
-- Paris Hilton

Quotes

Quotes

By Marilyn Monroe

"I am not interested in money. I just want to be wonderful."

"No one ever told me I was pretty when I was a little girl. All little girls should be told they are pretty, even if they aren't."

"The body is meant to be seen, not all covered up."

"I've been on a calendar, but never on time."

"I have too many fantasies to be a housewife. I guess I am a fantasy."

"An actress is not a machine, but they treat you like a machine. A money machine."

"Being a sex symbol is a heavy load to carry, especially when one is tired, hurt and bewildered."

"I don't mind living in a man's world as long as I can be a woman in it."

"It's not true that I had nothing on. I had the radio on."

"Say good-bye to Pat, say good-bye to Jack and say good-bye to yourself, because you're a nice guy."

"I'm going to be a great movie star some day."

"I used to think as I looked out on the Hollywood night, 'There must be thousands of girls sitting alone like me, dreaming of becoming a movie star. But I'm not going to worry about them. I'm dreaming the hardest.'"

"I learned to walk as a baby and I haven't had a lesson since."

"There was my name up in lights. I said, 'God, somebody's made a mistake.' But there it was, in lights. And I sat there and said, 'Remember, you're not a star.' Yet there it was up in lights."

"Gee, I never thought I had an effect on people until I was in Korea."

"That's the trouble, a sex symbol becomes a thing. But if I'm going to be a symbol of something, I'd rather have it sex than some other things we've got symbols of."

"Sex is part of nature. I go along with nature."

"He [Arthur Miller] wouldn't have married me if I had been nothing but a dumb blonde."

"I don't want to play sex roles any more. I'm tired of being known as the girl with the shape."

"I am invariably late for appointments--sometimes as much as two hours. I've tried to change my ways but the things that make me late are too strong, and too pleasing."

"[Hollywood is] a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul."

"I don't mind making jokes, but I don't want to look like one."

"Everybody is always tugging at you. They'd all like a sort of chunk out of you. I don' think they realize it, but it's like 'grrr do this, grr do that...' But you do want to stay intact--intact and on two feet."

"It stirs up envy, fame does. People...feel fame gives them some kind of privilege to walk up to you and say anything to you--and it won't hurt your feelings--like it's happening to your clothing."

"She [Sadie Thompson] was a girl who knew how to be gay even when she was sad. And that's important--you know?"

"I want to grow old without facelifts. I want to have the courage to be loyal to the face I have made."

"Fame is fickle and I know it. It has its compensations, but it also has its drawbacks and I've experienced them both."

"With fame, you know, you can read about yourself, somebody else's ideas about you, but what's important is how you feel about yourself--for survival and living day to day with what comes up."

"I knew I belonged to the public and to the world, not because I was talented or even beautiful, but because I had never belonged to anything or anyone else."

"Only the public can make a star. It's the studios who try to make a system out of it."

"It's all make believe, isn't it?"

Films

Year Film Role Format
1962 Something's Got to Give
(never completed) Ellen Arden Synopsis
1961 The Misfits Roslyn Taber VHS | DVD Synopsis
1960 Let's Make Love Amanda Dell VHS | DVD Synopsis
1959 Some Like It Hot Sugar Kane VHS | DVD Synopsis
1957 The Prince and the Showgirl Elsie Marina VHS | DVD Synopsis
1956 Bus Stop Cherie VHS | DVD Synopsis
1955 The Seven Year Itch The Girl VHS | DVD Synopsis
1954 River of No Return Kay Weston VHS | DVD Synopsis
1954 There's No Business Like Show Business Vicky VHS | DVD Synopsis
1953 How to Marry a Millionaire Pola Debevoise VHS | DVD Synopsis
1953 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Lorelei Lee VHS | DVD Synopsis
1953 Niagara Rose Loomis VHS | DVD Synopsis
1952 Don't Bother to Knock Nell Forbes VHS | DVD Synopsis
1952 We're Not Married! Anabel Norris VHS | DVD Synopsis
1952 Clash by Night Peggy VHS Synopsis
1952 Monkey Business Lois Laurel VHS | DVD Synopsis
1952 O. Henry's Full House Streetwalker Synopsis
1951 As Young as You Feel Harriet VHS | DVD Synopsis
1951 Hometown Story Iris Martin VHS | DVD Synopsis
1951 Let's Make It Legal Joyce Mannering VHS | DVD Synopsis
1951 Love Nest Roberta Stevens VHS | DVD Synopsis
1950 All About Eve Claudia Caswell VHS | DVD Synopsis
1950 The Asphalt Jungle Angela Phinlay VHS | DVD Synopsis
1950 Love Happy Grunion's Client VHS | DVD Synopsis
1950 The Fireball Polly VHS Synopsis
1950 Right Cross uncredited Synopsis
1950 A Ticket to Tomahawk Clara Synopsis
1949 Ladies of the Chorus Peggy Martin VHS Synopsis
1948 Dangerous Years Evie Synopsis
1948 Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay! uncredited Synopsis
1947 The Shocking Miss Pilgrim uncredited Synopsis

News

Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Law Clarifying Rights of Deceased Celebrities

Senate Bill 771, authored by State Senator Sheila James Kuehl (D-Santa Monica) was signed into law by the Governor today. The bill reaffirms California’s protection of post-mortem publicity rights for deceased California celebrities and artists by clarifying...
Gov. Schwarzenegger Signs Law Clarifying Rights of Deceased Celebrities

10-10-2007

The Office of Senator Sheila Kuehl
PRESS RELEASE
Senate Bill 771, authored by State Senator Sheila James Kuehl (D-Santa Monica) was signed into law by the Governor today. The bill reaffirms California’s protection of post-mortem publicity rights for deceased California celebrities and artists by clarifying that these rights may pass to beneficiaries under a deceased celebrity’s will, even if that celebrity died before January 1, 1985.

The interpretation of the publicity rights statute had been thrown into question by a recent federal court decision interpreting the law. “With the Governor’s signature on SB 771, we now have clarity that individuals who died before Jan. 1, 1985 have the same rights as those who died after that date so that those who inherited the rights can continue to protect the images of great American icons like John Wayne, Alfred Hitchcock, Mae West, Bela Lugosi, and Marilyn Monroe,” said Senator Sheila Kuehl.

It is important to note that the court, in one of the decisions, had actually expressed reluctance about its ruling, and invited the Legislature to clarify whether the law regarding the right of publicity applies equally to all celebrities, whether or not their death preceded the effective date of the law. SB 771 follows the court’s invitation and clarifies that a deceased celebrity’s right of publicity applies to all individuals who died within 70 years before January 1, 1985.

The right of publicity makes it unlawful to use another's identity (name, likeness, signature, photograph or voice) for commercial advantage without permission. The right of publicity is a property right under California law, and the right may be transferred by contract, trust or will. In the absence of such a transfer, the right is descendible to the person's statutory heirs and their successors after that person’s death. California provides that the right of publicity is enforceable for a period of 70 years after death.

On May 14, 2007, in the case of CMG Worldwide, Inc. v. Milton H. Greene Archives LLC, which involves a dispute over the ownership of Marilyn Monroe’s right of publicity, a federal judge in Los Angeles ruled that under Section 3344.1, beneficiaries of a person who died before 1985 had no right in the deceased celebrity’s name, image and likeness; only the heirs identified by the statute could enjoy such rights. [Earlier that month, a similar conclusion was reached by a federal judge in New York.] The federal court in the California case held that Section 3344.1 allows persons who died after January 1, 1985, to transfer their publicity rights only to their own designated beneficiaries. There is nothing in the statute, however, that indicates the Legislature intended to treat people differently depending on whether they died before or after 1985. Moreover, California law has always strongly held that the courts should do whatever possible to avoid “intestacy” – that is a situation where the law defines who a person’s assets should pass to at death because the decedent failed to do so by will or trust.

Given that celebrities like Marilyn Monroe died with very clear testamentary documents about who should benefit from their estates, it is even more important that the statute be clarified so that the law does not alter what those who died had decided for themselves.

Lets Make Love Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Lets Make Love Lyrics




"All the gentle lot of conversation is deader than the dead sea scrolls
We've become the mutest kind of nation,
we're uncommunicating souls
Noone talks, noone talks!
It's something we seldom ever do
Noone talks, noone talks"

Noone talks but...you
Let's make love
"Here we sit and we chatter
What are we thinking of?
Let's not make with the patter
Baby, let's make love"

If you roar like a lion, I could coo like a dove!
If your song may inspire, baby lets make love!
"Gosh, it's hot"
No, don't turn TV on,
instead just turn me on
I'll light up like neon
Just a tiny section of your affection
in my direction will do, ooh

"You'll just love my embraces 'cause they'll fit like a glove
We'll be off to the races maybe..."
Kiss me baby, let's make love

Don't just lay there.. honey do something..

Don't just contemplate me
prove that you don't hate me
Come on, ask you, late me...

"Maybe moonlight works with me,
come to groups with me,
lips to lips with me, do"

"You'll just love my embraces"
cause they'll fit like a glove
"We could get down to cases,maybe..."

Kiss me baby, let's make love
Let's make love

Runnin' Wild Lyrics,One Silver Dollar Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Runnin' Wild Lyrics




Running wild, lost control.
Running wild, mighty bold.
Feeling gay, reckless too,
carefree mind all the time, never blue.
Always going, don't know where,
always showing..I don't care!
Don't love nobody, it's not worthwhile.
All alone, running wild!

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

One Silver Dollar Lyrics




One silver dollar, bright silver dollar,
changing hands, changing hands.
Endlessly rollin', wasted or stolen,
changing hands, changing hands.
Spent for a beer he's drinking,
won by a gambler's lust,
pierced by an outlaw's bullet
and rusted in the blood red dust.
One silver dollar, worn silver dollar,
changing hands, changing hands,
love is a shining dollar,
bright as a Church bell's chime
gambled and spent and wasted,
and lost in a dart of time.
One silver dollar, worn silver dollar,
changing hearts, changing lives

Santa Baby Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Santa Baby Lyrics




Buh-bum.. buh-bum...
Santa baby, just slip a sable under the tree, for me
Been an awful good girl
Santa baby so hurry down the chimney tonight

Santa baby, a '54 convertible too, light blue,
I'll wait up for you dear
Santa baby, so hurry down the chimney tonight

Think of all the fun I've missed,
Think of all the fellows that I haven't kissed
Next year I could be just as good
If you check off my christmas list

Santa baby, I want a yacht and really thats not a lot
Been an angel all year
Santa baby, so hurry down the chimney tonight

Santa honey, one little thing I really need, the deed
To a platinum mine,
Santa baby, so hurry down the chimney tonight

Santa cutie, and fill my stocking with a duplex and cheques,
Sign your x on the line
Santa cutie, and hurry down the chimney tonight

Come and trim my chirstmas tree,
With some decorations bought at Tiffany's
I really do believe in you,
Let's see if you believe in me

Santa baby, forgot to mention one little thing, a ring,
I don't mean on the phone,
Santa baby, so hurry down the chimney tonight

Hurry down the chimney tonight
Hurry, tonight.

Some Like It Hot Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Some Like It Hot Lyrics




I got a fever
An inflammation
That's what I got
You turn the heat on me
Some like it hot

Look what you started
A conflagration
Baby, that's what
Don't let the flame go out
Some like it hot

Oh baby, I'm from that old school
I'll play it real cool
But when you kissed me
I lit up
like a four alarm fire

Call out the engine
Ring up the station
I'm on the spot
Love burns you up the most
Like it or not
But baby, I like it hot

That Old Black Magic Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

That Old Black Magic Lyrics




That old black magic has me in its spell,
that old black magic that you weave so well.
Those icy fingers up and down my spine,
the same old witchcraft when your eyes meet mine,
the same old tingle that I feel inside,
and then that elevator starts its ride,
and, baby, down and down I go,
round and round I go,
like a leaf that's caught in a tide.
I shoud stay away but what can I do?
A hear your name and I'm a flame,
a flame with such a burning desire,
that only your kiss can put out the fire,
for you're the lover that I have waited for,
the mate that Fate had me created for.
And every time your lips meet mine, darling,
down and down I go,
round and round I go,
In a spin, loving the spin I'm in,
under that old black magic called love!

The River Of No Return Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

The River Of No Return Lyrics




If you listen you can hear it call
Wail-a-ree [wail-a-ree]
There is a river called THE RIVER OF NO RETURN
Sometimes it's peaceful and sometimes wild and free!
Love is a trav'ler on THE RIVER OF NO RETURN
Swept on for ever to be lost in the stormy sea
Wail-a-ree I can hear the river call [ no return, no return ]
Where the roarin' waters fall wail-a-ree
I can hear my lover call come to me [ no return, no return ]
I lost my love on the river and for ever my heart will yearn
Gone gone for ever down THE RIVER OF NO RETURN
Wail-a-ree wail-a-re-e-ee
She'll/He'll never return to me! [ no return, no return, no return ]

Lazy Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Lazy Lyrics




Hello!
(here we go!)
No sorry,not tonight
(that was quick!).
Shhh! Yes?
(Jim?Jack?Jeffrey?)
No,it's just that I'm languid.
(Well,how do you do?It's nice to know ya).
Physically I'm in pretty good shape
(brother,you could say that again!)
It's my attitude that's passive,
you know you're the only one I love
(that's all, he's hooked).
Bye now
(bye now)
Hello
(where are we again?)
No sorry,not tonight
(she's languid).
Shhh!Quiet!
(Bill,Bobby,Bruce?)
No,it's just that I'm supine
(that's avoided-I know).
Physically I'm in pretty good shape
(see? she did say it again).
But mentally I'm comatose
(quick boy, the dictionary!)
You know you're the only one I love!
(new fish, same hook)
Bye now
(bye now).
(She won't get up,she won't go out, baby! what's it all about?
Why,why,why,why,why?!)
Well,in simple english I'm lazy,I wanna be lazy,
I long to be out in the sun, with no work to be done.
under that awning they call the sky,
stretching and yawning, and let the world go drifting by,
I wouldn't peep through the deep tangled wildwood,counting sheep,
'till I sleep like a child would,
with a great big valise full of books to read, where it's peaceful.
While I'm killin' time, being lazy.
Wrong number,wrong number..
Oh Sam,you're sweet!
With a great big valise full of books to read,where it's peaceful.
While I'm killin' time, being lazy!

When Love Goes Wrong Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

When Love Goes Wrong Lyrics




When love goes wrong
Nothing goes right
This one thing I know
When love goes wrong
A man takes flight
And women get uppity-oh

The sun don't beam
The moon don't shine
The tide don't ebb and flow
A clock won't strike
A match won't light
When love goes wrong
Nothing goes right

The blues all gather round you
And day is dark as night
A man ain't fit to live with
And a woman's sorry sight

When love goes wrong
Nothing goes right
When love goes wrong
Nothing goes right
When love goes wrong
Nothing goes, nothing goes rjght
A woman's a fright, a terrible sight
A man goes out, gets high as a kite
Love is something you just can't fight
You can't fight it, honey
You can't fight it
When love goes wrong, nothin'
No bows, honey, just cigat bars and off
Nothing goes right
Crazy, Crazy oui, oui

lt's like we said
You're better off dead
When love has lost its glow
So take this down in black and white
When love goes wrong nothing goes right
When love goes wrong nothing goes right
Nothing goes right

Down In The Meadow Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Down In The Meadow Lyrics




When Mr South Wind sighs in the pines,
old Mr Winter whimpers and whines.
Down in the meadow, under the snow,
April is teaching green things to grow.
When Mr West Wind howls in a glade,
old Mr Summer nods in the shade.
Down in the meadow, deep in the brook,
catfish are waiting for the hook.
Old Lady Blackbird flirts with the scarecrow,
scarecrow is waving at the moon.
Old Mr Moon makes hearts everywhere go bump, bump,
with the magic of June.
When Mr East Wind shouts over head,
then all the leaves turn yellow and red.
Down in the meadow corn stocks are high
pumpkins are ripe and ready for pie.
Old Lady Blackbird flirts with the scarecrow,
scarecrow's waving at the Moon.
Old Mr Moon makes hearts everywhere go bump-bump
with the magic of June.
When Mr North Wind rolls on the breeze,
old father Christmas trims over trees.
Down in the meadow snow shoftly gleams
earth goes to sleep and smiles in her dreams.

Incurably Romantic Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Incurably Romantic Lyrics




I'm susceptible to stars in the skies,
I'm incurably romantic,
if they're told to me all covered with sighs,
the wildest of lies seems true.
Each time a lovebird sings,
I have no defenses,
my heart is off on wings
along with my senses.
I'm a set-up for the moon when it's bright,
I'm incurably romantic.
And I shouldn't be allowed out at night,
with anyone quite like you.
But, oh! Your arms are nice,
and it would be awfully nice
if you turned out to be starry-eyed like me,
and incurably romantic too.

Kiss Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Kiss Lyrics




(kiss, kiss me)
(hold, hold me)
(kiss me, hold me, kiss me, hold me...)

kiss, kiss me
say you miss, miss me
kiss me love, with heavenly affection
hold, hold me close to you
hold me, see me through
with all your heart's protection

thrill, thrill me
with your charms
take me, in your arms
and make my life perfection
kiss, kiss me darling
then, kiss me once again
make my dreams come true

(this is the moment, oh thrill me)

thrill me, thrill me (with your charms)
take me, take me (in your arms)
and make my life perfection
take me, darling don't foresake me
kiss me
hold me tight
love me, love me tonight

(kiss me, hold me, take me, love me, kiss me, kiss me, kiss me)

A Fine Romance (This Is) Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

A Fine Romance (This Is) Lyrics




A fine romance, my good fellow
You take romance, I'll take Jello
You're calmer than the seals in the Arctic Ocean
At least they flap their fins to express emotion

A fine romance, with no quarrels
With no insults and all morals
I've never mussed a crease in your blue serge pants
I never get the chance, this, is a fine romance!

A fine romance, with no kisses
A fine romance, my friend, this is
To love should have the thrills that a healthy crime has
We don’t have half the thrills that the march of time has

A fine romance, with no clinches
A fine romances, with no pinches
You're just as hard to land as the Ile de France!
I haven't got a chance, My heart’s not made of plastic,
You’re the reason I’m sarcastic!
‘cause this is a fine, a fine romance.

A Fine Romance Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

A Fine Romance Lyrics




A fine romance ( Kem/ Fields)

A fine romance my good fellow.
You take romance, I'll take jello.
You' re calmer than the seals in the Arctic Ocean,
at least they flap their fins to express emotion.

A fine romance with no quarells,
with no insults and all morals,
I've never mussed the crease in your blue serge pants,
I never get the chance; this is a fine romance!

A fine romance with no kisses,
a fine romance my friends this is,
to lack half the thrills that a healthy crime has,
we don't have half the thrills that the march of time has.

A fine romance with no clinches,
a fine romance with no flinches,
you're just as hard to land as the Ile de France,
I haven't got a chance.
My heart isn't made of plastic, you're the reason I'm sarcastic; 'cause this is a fine fine romance

A Fine Romance Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

A Fine Romance Lyrics




A fine romance ( Kem/ Fields)

A fine romance my good fellow.
You take romance, I'll take jello.
You' re calmer than the seals in the Arctic Ocean,
at least they flap their fins to express emotion.

A fine romance with no quarells,
with no insults and all morals,
I've never mussed the crease in your blue serge pants,
I never get the chance; this is a fine romance!

A fine romance with no kisses,
a fine romance my friends this is,
to lack half the thrills that a healthy crime has,
we don't have half the thrills that the march of time has.

A fine romance with no clinches,
a fine romance with no flinches,
you're just as hard to land as the Ile de France,
I haven't got a chance.
My heart isn't made of plastic, you're the reason I'm sarcastic; 'cause this is a fine fine romance

2 Little Girls From Little Rock Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

2 Little Girls From Little Rock Lyrics




We're just two little girls from Little Rock.
We lived on the wrong side of the tracks.
But the gentlemen friends who used to call,
they never did seem to mind at all.
They came to the wrong side of the tracks.

Then someone broke my heart in Little Rock,
so I up and left the pieces there.
Like a little lost lamb I roamed about,
I came to New York and I found out
that men are the same way everywhere.

I was young and determined to be wined and dined and ermined
and I worked at it all around the clock.
Now one of these days in my fancy clothes,
I'm going back home and punch the nose
of the one who broke my heart in Little Rock, Little Rock!

I'm just a little girl from Little Rock,
a horse used to be my closest pal.
Though I never did learn to read or write,
I learnt about love in the pale moonlight
and now I'm an educated gal.

I learnt an awful lot in Little Rock,
and here's some advice I'd like to share:
find a gentleman who is shy or bold,
or short or tall, or young or old..
as long as the guy's a millionaire!
For a kid from the wrong street I did very well on Wall Street,
though I never owned a share of stock.
And now that I'm known in the biggest banks,
I'm going back home and give my thanks
to the one who broke my heart in Little Rock!

You'd Be Surprised Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

You'd Be Surprised Lyrics




He's not so good in a crowd but when you get him alone,
you'd be surprised.
He isn't much at a dance but then when he takes you home,
you'd be surprised.
He doesn't look like much of a lover,
don't judge a book by its cover,
'cause he's got the face of an angel but
there's a devil in his eye!
He's such a delicate thing but when he's starting to squeeze,
you'd be surprised.
He doesn't look very strong but when you sit on his knee,
you'd be surprised.
At a party or at a ball,
I've got to admit he's nothing at all,
but in a Morris chair, you'd be surprised.
He doesn't say very much but when he's starting to speak,
you'd be surprised.
He's not so good at the start but at the end of the week,
you'd be surprised.
On a streetcar or in a train,
you'd think he was born without any brains.
But in a taxi cab, and when he starts to grab,
I say in a taxi cab, you'd be surprised.
This one's a real danger!

When I Fall in Love Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

When I Fall in Love Lyrics




When I fall in love,
It will be forever,
Or I'll never fall in love.

In a restless world,
Like this is,
Love is ended
Before it's begun.
And too many moonlight kisses,
Seem to cool in the warmth of the sun.

When I give my heart,
It will be completely,
Or I'll never give my heart.

And the moment I can feel that,
You feel that way too,
Is when I fall in love with you.

And the moment I can feel that
You feel that way too,
Is when I fall in love...
With you.

River Of No Return Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

River Of No Return Lyrics




I'm only human, I'm just a man
Help me believe in what I could be and all that I am
Show me the stairway
I have to climb
Lord for my sake
Teach me to take
One day at a time

One day at a time, sweet Jesus
That's all I'm asking from you
Give me the strength to do everything that I have to do
Yesterday's gone sweet Jesus
And tomorrow may never be mine
Help me today
Show me the way
One day at a time.

Could you remember
When you walked among men
Jesus, you know when you're looking below
It's worse now than then
Pushin' and shovin' crowd in your mind
Lord for my sake
Teach me to take
One day at a time.

A Fine Romance Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

A Fine Romance Lyrics




A fine romance ( Kem/ Fields)

A fine romance my good fellow.
You take romance, I'll take jello.
You' re calmer than the seals in the Arctic Ocean,
at least they flap their fins to express emotion.

A fine romance with no quarells,
with no insults and all morals,
I've never mussed the crease in your blue serge pants,
I never get the chance; this is a fine romance!

A fine romance with no kisses,
a fine romance my friends this is,
to lack half the thrills that a healthy crime has,
we don't have half the thrills that the march of time has.

A fine romance with no clinches,
a fine romance with no flinches,
you're just as hard to land as the Ile de France,
I haven't got a chance.
My heart isn't made of plastic, you're the reason I'm sarcastic; 'cause this is a fine fine romance!

I'm Gonna File My Claim Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

I'm Gonna File My Claim Lyrics




I've looked around the country and I've seen it all
and what I want I'm ready to name.
It's big and strong and handsome and it's 6 feet tall.
I'm gonna file my claim.
I've struck a real bonanza and he's rough and rash,
but what he's got I'm ready to tame.
He's worth a fancy fortune but it's not in cash,
I'm gonna file my claim!
I got the fever,ooh, the fever, but not for gold in the ground.
I want the title to something vital that I can throw my fences around.
A girl should never hustle with a pick and pan to dig for gold,
that isn't her game.
I'll find the man who found it then I'll get that man,
who's gonna help me file my claim?
I'm gonna file my claim.
Ooh, looking for nuggets? Ooh, mush!
A, B, C, D, who's gonna file me under love?
There ain't a man, not a single man!
There ain't a man alive who wouldn't trade his gold
for what it takes to stay in the game.
So have you fun and spend before you get too old.
Who's gonna help me file my claim?
Who's gonna help me, help, help me,
who's gonna help me file my claim..tonight.

I'm Through With Love Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

I'm Through With Love Lyrics




I'm through with love
I'll never fall again
Said adieu to love
Don't ever call again
For I must love you or no one
And so I'm through with love

I've locked my heart
I'll keep my feelings there
I've stocked my heart
with icy, frigid air
And I mean to care for no one
Because I'm through with love

Why did you lead me
To think you could care?
You didn't need me
For you had your share
of slaves around you
To hound you and swear
with deep emotion and devotion to you

Goodbye to spring and all it meant to me
It can never bring the thing that used to be
For I must have you or no one
And so I'm through with love

I'm through with, baby,
I'm through with love

I Wanna Be Loved by You Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

I Wanna Be Loved by You Lyrics




I wanna be loved by you, just you,
And nobody else but you,
I wanna be loved by you, alone!
Boop-boop-de-boop!

I wanna be kissed by you, just you,
Nobody else but you,
I wanna be kissed by you, alone!

I couldn't aspire,
To anything higher,
Than, to feel the desire,
To make you my own!
Ba-dum-ba-dum-ba-doodly-dum-boo

I wanna be loved by you, just you,
And nobody else but you,
I wanna be loved by you, alone!

I couldn't aspire,
To anything higher,
Than to feel the desire,
To make you my own,
Ba-dum-ba-dum-ba-doodly-dum-boo!

I wanna be loved by you, just you,
Nobody else but you,
I wanna be loved by you,
ba-deedly-deedly-deedly-dum-ba-boop-bee-doop

Boop-boop-a-doop!

My Heart Belongs to Daddy Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

My Heart Belongs to Daddy Lyrics




My name is Lolita and I'm not supposed to play..with boys! What? Mon coeur est a papa. You know, le proprietaire. No!
While tearing off a game of golf,
I may make a play for the caddy,
but when I do, I don't follow through
'cause my heart belongs to daddy.
If I invite a boy some night to dine on my fine finnan haddie,
I just adore his asking for more, but,
my heart belongs to daddy.
Yes, my heart belongs to daddy, so I simply couldn't be bad.
Yes my heart belongs to daddy.
So I want to warn you laddie,
though I know that you're perfectly swell,
that my heart belongs to daddy cause my daddy he treats it so..
While tearing off a game of golf,
I may make a play for the caddy,
but when I do, I don't follow through,ooh, daddy.
I f I invite a boy some night to cook up a fine enchilada,
though spanish rice is all very nice..
my heart belongs to my daddy so I simply couldn't be bad.
So, I want to warn you laddie,
though I know that you're perfectly swell,
that my heart belongs to my daddy
'cause my daddy he treats it..so..
That little old man he just treats it so good!

Heat Wave Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Heat Wave Lyrics




We're havin a heat wave
A tropical heat wave
The temperatures rising, it isn't suprising
She certainly can, can can!

She started a heatwave
By letting her seat wave,
in such a way that the customers say
that she certainly can, can-can!

Gee, Gee!
Her anatomy
Makes the mercury
Rise!
to ninety three

We're havin' a heat wave
A tropical heat wave
The way that she moves
The thermometor proves
that she certainly can!

"What's your name honey?"
"Pablo."
Certianly can
"Chico"
Certainly can
"Miguelito."

"Pablo, Chico, Miguelito"
OOOH! Can Can

"Pablo, it say here under 'weather report'
It's saying, a friendly warm air is
moving in from..."

"WHERE?"

"Jamaica- moderatly high air pressure will cover the north east and.."

"WHERE ELSE?"

"The deep south..
small danger of..."

"WHAT?"

"Fruit frost!
Hot and Humid nights can be expected!"

"Vincent 95, Guadeloupe 97, Santo Domingo 99. Pardon me? 105?"

We're having a heat wave
A tropical heat wave
The tempurature's rising
it isn't suprising, I certainly can- can!

I started this heatwave in such a way
that the customers say that I certainly can (can-can)

The man who need
Makes the mercury rise to 93
We're having a heatwave, a tropical, a tropical heatwave
the way that I move, that thermometer grooves

She certainly certainly certainly can

I certainly certainly certainly can can-can

Happy Birthday Mr. President Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Happy Birthday Mr. President Lyrics




Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday Mr President
Happy birthday to you

Thanks, Mr President
For all the things you've done
The battles that you've won
The way you deal with U.S. Steel
And our problems by the ton
We thank you so much

Everybody, happy birthday

Every Baby Needs a Da-Da-Daddy Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Every Baby Needs a Da-Da-Daddy Lyrics




It was cold outside of Tiffany's, I was shivering in the storm.
I walked in and asked a gentleman "could I please keep warm?".
He asked me how come a baby doll have no comfy place to go,
so I told that kindly gentleman my tale of ward.
Every baby needs a da-da-daddy to keep her worry-free.
Every baby needs a da-da-daddy, but where's one for me?
I'd sure purr, I don't care who.
If he hasn't got a million then a half will do.
Every baby needs a da-da-daddy.Could my da-daddy be you?
Every baby needs a da-da-daddy with silver in his hair.
Every baby needs a da-da-daddy who has some gold to spare.
Some sweet daddy who enjoys
bringing home to baby little diamond toys.
Every baby needs a da-da-daddy.Could my daddy be you?
Every baby needs a da-da-daddy in case she runs her ground.
Every baby needs a da-da-daddy to keep her safe and sound.
Every baby needs a da-da-daddy,could my daddy be you?

Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend Lyrics




The French are glad to die for love
They delight in fighting duels
But I prefer a man who lives
And gives expensive jewels
A kiss on the hand may be quite continental
But diamonds are a girl's best friend

A kiss may be grand but it won't pay the rental
On your humble flat, or help you at the automat
Men grow cold as girls grow old
And we all lose our charms in the end
But square-cut or pear-shaped
These rocks don't lose their shape
Diamonds are a girl's best friend

...Tiffany's ... Cartier...Black Star, Frost, Gorham
Talk to me, Harry, Winston,tell me all about it!
There may come a time when a lass needs a lawyer
But diamonds are a girl's best friend

There may come a time when a hard-boiled employer
Thinks you're awful nice
But get that ice or else no dice
He's your guy when stocks are high
But beware when they start to descend
It's then that those louses go back to their spouses
Diamonds are a girl's best friend

I've heard of affairs that are strictly platonic
But diamonds are a girl's best friend

And I think affairs that you must keep liaisonic
Are better bets if little pets get big baggettes
Time rolls on and youth is gone
And you can't straighten up when you bend
But stiff back or stiff knees
You stand straight at Tiffany's

Diamonds... Diamonds...
- I don't mean rhinestones -
But Diamonds, Are A Girl's Best Friend

Bye, Bye Baby Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

Bye, Bye Baby Lyrics




(Jane Russell's Solo Part)

Marilyn:
I'll be in my room alone
every post meridian
and I'll be with my diary
and that book by Mister Gideon.

Bye, bye baby
remember you're my baby
when they give you the eye,
and just to show that I care
I will write and declare
that I'm on the loose
but I'm still on the square.

I've been lonely
but even though I'm lonely
there'll be no other guy.
Though I'll be gone for a while
I know that I'll be smiling
with my baby by and by
with my baby by and by.

I'll be gloomy
but send that rainbow to me
then my shadows will fly.
Though you'll be gone for a while
I know that I'll be smiling
with my baby bye and bye

After You Get What You Want, You Don't Want It Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

After You Get What You Want, You Don't Want It Lyrics



After you get what you want you don't want it.
If I gave you the moon, you'd grow tired of it soon.
You're like a baby, you want what you want when you want it.
But after you are presented with what you want, you're discontented.
You're always wishing and wanting for something
when you get what you want, you don't want what you get,
and though I sit upon your knee, you'll grow tired of me,
'cause after you get what you want,
you don't want what you wanted at all.
Changeable, you've got a changeable nature,
always always changing your mind.
There's a longing in your eye hard to satisfy,
and here's the reason why:
'cause after you get what you want you don't want it,
baby I don't mean to make you blue but you need a talking to,
'cause after you get what you want,
you don't want what you wanted at all.
I know you!

She Acts Like A Woman Should Lyrics

Marilyn Monroe Lyrics

She Acts Like A Woman Should Lyrics



If I know just what to say when some trouble heads his way
and can make him feel that everything is good,
then I act like a woman and he likes a woman
to act like a woman should.
If he's late and I'm alone and he doesn't telephone
and the kiss that greets him says "I understood",
then I act like a woman and he likes a woman
to act like a woman should.
And if I keep that lovelight shining in my eyes
though I'm hurt by something he may say,
it doesn't take him very long to realize
that it's more than just devotion that makes me act that way.
And as years go passing by, if I still can catch his eye
and his love runs deeper than he thought it could,
then I act like a woman and he's got
a woman who acts like a woman should.

2 Little Girls From Little Rock

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We're just two little girls from Little Rock.
We lived on the wrong side of the tracks.
But the gentlemen friends who used to call,
they never did seem to mind at all.
They came to the wrong side of the tracks.

Then someone broke my heart in Little Rock,
so I up and left the pieces there.
Like a little lost lamb I roamed about,
I came to New York and I found out
that men are the same way everywhere.

I was young and determined to be wined and dined and ermined
and I worked at it all around the clock.
Now one of these days in my fancy clothes,
I'm a going back home and punch the nose
of the one who broke my heart (the one who broke my heart)
The one who broke my heart in Little Rock, Little Rock, Little Rock...Little Rock

I'm just a little girl from Little Rock,
a horse used to be my closest pal.
Though I never did learn to read or write,
I learned about love in the pale moonlight
and now I'm an educated gal.

I learned an awful lot in Little Rock,
and here's some advice I'd like to share:
find a gentleman who is shy or bold,
or short or tall, or young or old..
as long as the guy's a millionaire!

For a kid from the small street I did very well on Wall Street,
though I never owned a share of stock.
And now that I'm known in the biggest banks,
I'm going back home and give my thanks
to the one who broke my heart (the one who broke my heart)
The one who broke my heart in Little Rock!