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GUEST,Ken Brock Needed: question songs (87* d) RE: Needed: question songs 15 Jan 08

Will the Circle Be Unbroken?
How Can I Keep From Singing?
Tom Lehrer - Who's Next?, Whatever Became of Hubert?
Cole Porter - Well Did You Evah?, Where Would You Get Your Coat?, Who Said Gay Paree?, How Could We Be Wrong?, How's Your Romance?, How Do You Spell Ambassador?, But in the Morning No (Do you like...?)
Gershwin - Who Cares?, How Long Has This Been Going On?, Could You Use Me?, What Causes That?, How About a Man?, Who's the Greatest?, Who Is the Lucky Girl to Be?
Kern - Why Do I Love You?, How'd You Like to Spoon With Me?
Weill - How Do You Tell an American?
Bart - Where Is Love?, Who Will Buy?
Beatles - Norwegian Wood ((isn't it good?), I Will (Will I wait a Lonely Lifetime?), With a Little Help from My Friends (What would you say...?)
Bock - Do You Love Me?, When Did I Fall in Love?
Sondheim - Who's That Woman?
Coward - Why Must the Show Go On?
Lloyd Webber - Who's the Thief?
Berlin - How Deep Is the Ocean?
Rodgers - How Can Love Survive?, Where's That Rainbow?, Why Can't I?, I Married An Angel (Have You Heard...), Manhattan (and tell me what street...?), Why Me? (Two By Two)
Cat Stevens - Where Do the Children Play?
Avenue Q - What Can You Do With a B.A. in English?
Les Mis - Do You Hear the People Sing?
Bricusse/Newley- Who Can I Turn To?, What Kind of Fool am I?
Standards - Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?, Who Loves You? (Four Seasons / Jersey Boys), How About You? (Sinatra Hit)
Damn Yankees - Who's Got the Pain?

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