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AmyG

Funny Girl has roller skates. Though with the latest clue, I guess that's not it.

Vera Charles

Quote from: AmyG on Aug 14, 2017, 12:37 pmFunny Girl has roller skates. Though with the latest clue, I guess that's not it.
As well as the roller skates and the female aviator, there is also a monkey ...

MartinG

 :-[ :-\ 

O-kaayy... 
Morals tomorrow

MartinG

Ευρεκα!

As We Stumble Along from The Drowsy Chaperone!


Simple, biased mother. 
Morals tomorrow

Vera Charles

Quote from: MartinG on Aug 15, 2017, 09:03 amΕυρεκα!

As We Stumble Along from The Drowsy Chaperone!
Hip, hip hurrah!

valmont

Quote from: MartinG on Aug 15, 2017, 09:03 amSimple, biased mother.
Omg,

"The Impossible Dream"!
I was born to ask "why was I born?"

MartinG

Hooray! Just as I'd become resigned that it was The Impossible Anagram!

Over to you, Sire.
Morals tomorrow

Chris L

But us, old friend,
What's to discuss, old friend?

valmont

Sweet amigo, I no sin?
I was born to ask "why was I born?"

MartinG

Someone Is Waiting 


SJ Sondheim - a pie of hot melody. 
Morals tomorrow

Chris L

Quote from: MartinG on Feb 09, 2018, 07:03 amSJ Sondheim - a pie of hot melody.
I'm sure I'll kick myself when I find out what it is, but any hints, @MartinG?
But us, old friend,
What's to discuss, old friend?

MartinG

It's sung by a character unenthusiastic about her imminent change of status.
Morals tomorrow

Chris L

Quote from: MartinG on Mar 20, 2018, 01:42 amIt's sung by a character unenthusiastic about her imminent change of status.
That sounds like "Getting Married Today," but there's no "a" in there. ;) 
But us, old friend,
What's to discuss, old friend?

Chris L

Quote from: MartinG on Feb 09, 2018, 07:03 amSJ Sondheim - a pie of hot melody.
The current anagram.
But us, old friend,
What's to discuss, old friend?

MartinG

Quote from: Chris L on Mar 20, 2018, 04:33 pm
Quote from: MartinG on Mar 20, 2018, 01:42 amIt's sung by a character unenthusiastic about her imminent change of status.
That sounds like "Getting Married Today," but there's no "a" in there. ;)
It could well be seen as a precursor to GMT, the potential groom being a namesake of the other half of a classic double-act  ;)
Morals tomorrow