Track Title:               Two Little Girls In Blue

Prime Artist:              Madeline Fairbanks

Lyrics by:                 Ira Gershwin     (b. Israel Gershvin)
Lyrics by:                 Arthur Francis (pseudonym for Ira Gershwin)
Music by:                  Vincent Youmans

Vocal:                     Marion Fairbanks
From the Show:             Two Little Girls In Blue  1921 (S)

Verse 1

It seems as if this trip
Would take forever and a day,
But where there is a will,
You know, there has to be a way.

I know a million reasons now
Why we should turn and run,
But really, I'm so frightened
That I can't remember one.

Refrain 1

With an Irish cook and a wild-man crew
And a mate who is Portuguese and six feet two
Ooh!  ooh!  I wonder what they'd do
If they ever knew-if they ever knew-
We were two little girls in blue,
Not one-
But two little girls in blue.

Verse 2

With you along, I know
I won't be very terrified;
But dear, you know a trunk's
An awful place in which to hide.

Now be a Pollyana, Polly,
And I'm sure you'll find
The trunk as comfy as the two
By four we left behind.

Refrain 2

We can fool the cook and the wild-man crew
For we fooled our mother and our father too,
Ooh!  ooh!  When we made our debut
And the old stork flew-and before they knew-
There were two litttle girls in blue,
Not one-
But two little girls in blue.

Contributed by Carlene Bogle