There Is Nothin' Like A Dame

Album: South Pacific (1949)
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  • Alternatively "There Is Nothing Like A Dame", the title speaks for itself; this well-known song from the musical South Pacific has lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and music by Richard Rodgers like the rest of the film/show, in which it is sung by a group of love hungry sailors stranded on a desert island during the Second World War. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England

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