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Buck Privates (1941)
The Andrews Sisters sing "You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith":
You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith
You should really be shouting with joy
Yes'm, that’s just what I'm doin'
Cause I'm Uncle Sammy’s fair haired boy
Boys, you're rolling in a lot of wealth
Your speech’s free, yes sirree
And you've got your health
Sure, we've got our health
And tell me why not,
take a look at the great constitution we've got
Say, this fellow we've been talkin' to
Might be our president before he’s through
And I mean that all, all on the square
Well say now, I declare
You're blushing red white and blue
But buddy that’s alright too
Because those colours look good on you too
You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith [00:14:40]

Buck Privates (1941), Music by Sonny Burke, Hugh Prince, Don Raye. Directed by Arthur Lubin, written by Arthur T. Horman (screenplay) John Grant (special material for Abbott and Costello). Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Patty Andrews, Maxene Andrews, Laverne Andrews (as The Andrews Sisters) Lee Bowman, Alan Curtis, Jane Frazee, Nat Pendleton, Samuel S. Hinds, Harry Strang, Nella Walker, Leonard Elliott, Shemp Howard, M.J. Frankovich. 84 min. USA, English. Black and White, Mono.
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