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"'''Everything's Coming Up Roses'''," the first act finale from [[Jule Styne]] and [[Stephen Sondheim|Stephen Sondheim's]] musical ''Gypsy'', is about a domineering stage mother's deranged decision to to push her older daughter into the spotlight after she discovers that her youngest daughter has run out on the family act.
 
"'''Everything's Coming Up Roses'''," the first act finale from [[Jule Styne]] and [[Stephen Sondheim|Stephen Sondheim's]] musical ''Gypsy'', is about a domineering stage mother's deranged decision to to push her older daughter into the spotlight after she discovers that her youngest daughter has run out on the family act.
   
It was originally performed on [[Broadway]] by ''[[The Muppet Show]]'' guest star [[Ethel Merman]]. Another ''Muppet Show'' guest star, [[Bernadette Peters]], performed it in the [[2003]] Broadway revival.
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It was originally performed on [[Broadway]] by ''[[The Muppet Show]]'' guest star [[Ethel Merman]]. Another ''Muppet Show'' guest star, [[Bernadette Peters]], performed it in the 2003 Broadway revival.
   
 
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Revision as of 04:24, June 26, 2009

Music by Jule Styne
Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Source Gypsy (musical)
Publisher Stratford Music Corp.; Williamson Music Co/Chappell & Co. Inc.
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"Everything's Coming Up Roses," the first act finale from Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim's musical Gypsy, is about a domineering stage mother's deranged decision to to push her older daughter into the spotlight after she discovers that her youngest daughter has run out on the family act.

It was originally performed on Broadway by The Muppet Show guest star Ethel Merman. Another Muppet Show guest star, Bernadette Peters, performed it in the 2003 Broadway revival.

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