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A Couple of Song and Dance Men

This song is by Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby.

(Both:) In us you see a couple of song and dance men
(Bing:) I'm the song
(Fred:) I'm the dance

(Both:) For laughter, joy and happiness, we're advance men
(Bing:) With a song
(Fred:) And a dance

(Bing:) I sing for my supper
(Fred:) I dance for my lunch
(Bing:) I croon when the landlord comes around

(Both:) For miles around the women and children pass out cold
(Bing:) When my voice hits the air
(Fred:) And my feet hit the ground

(Bing:) Last night
(Fred:) Out in the moonlight
(Bing:) I came to serenade
(Fred:) A very pretty maid
(Bing:) I sang her to sleep with "Asleep in the Deep"
(Fred:) That always makes them collapse
(Bing:) I saw her eyes close, then she started to doze
(Fred:) But she arose when I sounded taps

(Both:) Which goes to show what women will do when we're around
(Bing:) And my voice hits the air
(Fred:) And my feet hit the ground

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