Wouldn't It Be Fun!

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  • According to Brendan Gill in Cole: A Biographical Essay, "Wouldn't It Be Fun!" was the last song Porter ever wrote, for the 1958 musical Aladdin, and was "roundly deplored by the critics." It was meant to be sung by the Emperor of China. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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