Wouldn't It Be Loverly
My Fair Lady Lyrics


It's rather dull in town,
I think I'll take me to Paree.
Mmmmmm.
The mistress wants to open up
The castle in Capri.
Me doctor recommends a quiet summer by the sea!
Mmmm, Mmmm, wouldn't it be loverly?

All I want is a room somewhere,
Far away from the cold night air.
With one enormous chair,
Aow, wouldn't it be loverly?
Lots of choc'lates for me to eat,
Lots of coal makin' lots of 'eat.
Warm face, warm 'ands, warm feet,
Aow, wouldn't it be loverly?
Aow, so loverly sittin' abso-bloomin'-lutely still.
I would never budge 'till spring
Crept over me windowsill.
Someone's 'ead restin' on my knee,
Warm an' tender as 'e can be.
'ho takes good care of me,
Aow, wouldn't it be loverly?
Loverly, loverly, loverly, loverly

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Written by: ALAN JAY LERNER, FREDERICK LOEWE

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Madison Friedman

(It's rather dull in town, I think I'll take me to Paris, hmm
The mistress wants to open up the castle in Capri, hmm
Me doctor recommends a quiet summer by the sea, hmm, mmm
Wouldn't it be loverly?)

All I want is a room somewhere
Far away from the cold night air
With one enormous chair
Oh, wouldn't it be loverly?

Lots of chocolate for me to eat
Lots of coal makin' lots of heat
Warm face, warm hands, warm feet
Oh, wouldn't it be loverly?

Oh, so lovely sittin'
Abso-bloomin'-lutely still
I would never budge till spring
Crept over me window sill

Someone's head restin' on my knee
Warm and tender as he can be
Who takes good care of me
Oh, wouldn't it be loverly?
Loverly, loverly, loverly, loverly

(All I want is a room somewhere
Far away from the cold night air
With one enormous chair)
Oh, wouldn't it be loverly?

Lots of chocolate for me to eat
Lots of coal makin' lots of heat
Warm face, warm hands, warm feet
Oh, wouldn't it be loverly?

Oh, so lovely sittin'
Abso-bloomin'-lutely still
I would never budge till spring
Crept over me window sill

(Someone's head restin' on my knee
Warm and tender as she can be)
Who takes good care of me
Oh, wouldn't it be loverly
Loverly, loverly, loverly?

Oh, wouldn't it be loverly?
Loverly, loverly, loverly
Wouldn't it be loverly?



All comments from YouTube:

Jeffrey Taylor

If anyone ever asks me who my all-time favorite female vocalist I would, without hesitation say "Julie Andrews".

M.Syauqi Abdurahman

My Favorite Female Vocalist Is
Judy Garland
Julie Andrews .

Mary Menatti

I'm a musician. We had this record in the cellar. Whenever dad was watching baseball, I was listening to this (and Marnie Nixon's " the King and I") It is how I studied phrasing, tone, and breath. My sisters and I knew every word.

0ff.br4nd.c3r34l

Omg so would I! I would have said that when I was 6

Brooke Elizabeth

Jeffrey Taylor SAMEEE

Dave Glo

This original Broadway version is the one I grew up with. To me, it’s definitive, although Julie herself much preferred the London cast recording. It’s still a travesty that she didn’t star in the movie version.

brooklyn w

But it's a win win cause Mr Disney eventually wanted her for Mary Poppins and she got it not to long after My Fair Lady then she won her Oscar for it

pookiebear364

Dave Glo I AGREE, JULIE SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN THE JOB and Warner was an ass. He wanted Cary Grant for Higgins...can you believe it?

Shayna Barnhard

While I love Julie Andrews, it's a little funny for me to hear her sing like this. The reason why is, for me at least, I've always have and will associate her with Mary Poppins since that was my introduction to her when I was little. So that's why her Cockney accent in this is funny to me.

Chris Norton

It isn't really very Cockney though. I think Julie preferred the later (stereo) recording made 3 years later when she had grown into the role and the accent became more natural to sing in.

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