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{{song|writer=|composer= George W. Meyer|lyricist= E. Ray Goetz and Edgar Leslie|date= 1917|source= vaudeville|publisher= EMI Mills Music Inc.; George W. Meyer Publishing}}
 
{{song|writer=|composer= George W. Meyer|lyricist= E. Ray Goetz and Edgar Leslie|date= 1917|source= vaudeville|publisher= EMI Mills Music Inc.; George W. Meyer Publishing}}
'''"For Me and My Gal"''' was first popularized by the [[Vaudeville|vaudeville]] team of Van and Schenck, and became a standard in vaudeville acts. It gained renewed popularity as the title song of a 1942 movie starring Judy Garland and [[Gene Kelly]].
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'''"For Me and My Gal"''' was first popularized by the [[Vaudeville|vaudeville]] team of Van and Schenck, and became a standard in vaudeville acts. It gained renewed popularity as the title song of a 1942 movie starring Judy Garland and [[Gene Kelly]].
   
Kelly sang the song on ''[[The Muppet Show]]'' as part of the closing medley on [[Episode 501: Gene Kelly|episode 501]]. [[Rowlf the Dog|Rowlf]] at the piano is trying to convince Gene to sing "[[Singin' in the Rain]]", but Gene keeps turning the familiar intro into different well-known songs, such as this one.
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Kelly sang the song on ''[[The Muppet Show]]'' as part of the closing medley on [[Episode 501: Gene Kelly|episode 501]]. [[Rowlf the Dog|Rowlf]] at the piano is trying to convince Gene to sing "[[Singin' in the Rain]]", but Gene keeps turning the familiar intro into different well-known songs, such as this one.
   
[[Mulch]], as [[the Hunchback of Notre Dame]], sang a parody of this song, "For Me and My Goyle", to his [[gargoyle]] bride in the opening number of [[Episode 509: Debbie Harry|episode 509]].
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[[Wayne]] and [[Mulch]], as [[the Hunchback of Notre Dame]], sang a parody of this song, "For Me and My Goyle", to his [[gargoyle]] bride in the opening number of [[Episode 509: Debbie Harry|episode 509]].
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 20:43, February 4, 2011

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"For Me and My Goyle"

Music by George W. Meyer
Lyrics by E. Ray Goetz and Edgar Leslie
Date 1917
Source vaudeville
Publisher EMI Mills Music Inc.; George W. Meyer Publishing

"For Me and My Gal" was first popularized by the vaudeville team of Van and Schenck, and became a standard in vaudeville acts. It gained renewed popularity as the title song of a 1942 movie starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly.

Kelly sang the song on The Muppet Show as part of the closing medley on episode 501. Rowlf at the piano is trying to convince Gene to sing "Singin' in the Rain", but Gene keeps turning the familiar intro into different well-known songs, such as this one.

Wayne and Mulch, as the Hunchback of Notre Dame, sang a parody of this song, "For Me and My Goyle", to his gargoyle bride in the opening number of episode 509.

References

  • In the Elmo's World episode "Friends," the Friends Channel advises viewers to stay tuned for "For Me and My Pal."
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