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# Debut Chart
32 Nov '57 Top 100


LW: Thank you, thank you and good evening friends. Were coming to you once again from the beautiful Aragon Ballroom on Lick Pier at beautiful Santa Monica Beach, California. We've been getting lots Of cards and letters from you folks out there in Television lant and we surely do thank you for... ah... For... ah... for all the cards and letters from you Folks out there in television lant. Starting us off Tonight is our trio the Lemmon Sisters and Girls what are you going to sing? -L: Were going to sing Thank You For All Those Cards And Letters You Folks Out There in Television Land. LW: Lant! -L: Lant LW: And now an appropriate number. A-wun and a-too and a- LS: Thank you for all those cards and letters You folks in television lant We wonder where this television lant is Could it be a couple of miles from where Diney Lant is Oh, well never the less you guys and gals in LW: What is that noise there? LS: - bunch of palsy-walsies LW: Oh, its the bubble machine. Turn off... just a moment... I... hold it just a moment please... turn off the bubble Machine... please turn off the bubble. Thank you Lemmon Sisters For that lovely number. Wunerful, wunerful. And now on with The show. Here's that man with the deep, deep voice, Larry Looper. Larry, What are you going to sing for us, Larry?

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LL: I'm going to sing Thank You For All Those Cards and Letters. LW: I'm sorry, that number has been taken. LL: Well. Ill sing The Funny Old Hills then. LW: Good. A-wun and a-too and a- LL: I- LW: Hold it just a moment. The bubbles don't come till the end Of the program. Turn off the bubbles. Thank you Lar- thank you Larry Looper, for that wunerful number. Now I would like to Play a short instrumental medley based on the names of girls. A-wun and a-too... no... no, that's not it... thank you so very much. And Now here's that young man about town from the brass section, Stoney Stonedwell, to sing Please. SS: Please. Lend your little ears to my plea - LW: What is the matter with that machine. Here, hit it with your Horn... hit it... here... stick your mouthpiece in it there. Wunerful, wunerful. And now on with the show. Here's our Champagne lady Alice Lean. Alice is going to sing Moonlight and Shadows. A-wun and a-too and a- Ladies and gentlemen, for the first time in twenty-five years My popping finger is caught in my cheek. Will you give me a hand There, Alice... here, pull my arm... no, the other arm... just pull It... Pull it... that's it. AL: Moonlight and shadows and you in my arms And the melody in the bamboo tree my sweet Even in shadows LW: Hold it, somebody stop the bubble machine. The whole ballroom is Lathering up with bubbles. And now I can't see the cameras. Here, let Me set that accordion down on the stage and Ill try to fix that. Bear With us, folks just a moment please. Gee, the time is running out and We haven't even played the polka. Wait a minute, boys, I Didn't mean... hold it, Alice, don't polka on my accordion . Gee, Dad, it was a Wurlitzer. Hit the theme, boys. And so its Goodnight from all the champagne... where's the cameras... there's so Many bubbles I can't... and so, friends, we... help, the whole ballroom Is shoving off to sea... SM: Sure is a clear night, ain't it, Captain? SC: Yup, matey, these are the kind of nights when the sea plays Tricks on ye. SM: Yeah, I recollect one night off Singapore... SC: Tricks, I say, like that mirage off the port bow now. SM: What? SC: See it there, kinda bubbly looking in the moonlight? SM: Oh, yeah. Gee, if I didn't know better, I'd say it looks Like the Aragon Ballroom. SC: Yeah... dee-deedee dee-dee dee dee dee-dee SM: Hey, that's a catchy chantey you're humming there, Captain. What is it? SC: Oh, I don't know. Just keeps running through my head. SM: Lets go below and catch a little shut-eye. LW: Help! Help! Wunerful, wunerful. Turn off the bubble machine. Help... help... (( LW is Lawrence Welk -L is a Lemmon sister LS is the Lemmon Sisters LL is Larry Looper, SS is Stoney Stonedwell AL is Alice Lean, SM is sailor matey SC is sailor captain LW is done in a parody of Lawrence Welk's accent. I will spell this phonetically in a few places Where it is important, but if I did it consistently, LW would be unintelligible. ))


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