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Singin' In The Rain musical (1952)

Famous for the 1952 MGM movie version starring Gene Kelly, Singin’ in the Rain tells the story of Don Lockwood, silent movie star who has everything a person dreams of – fame, popularity and a romance with co-star Lina Lamont. With the on-going rumours of the possibility of sound being synchronized with picture which would surely revolutionise the movie industry and change everything, the silent stars, including Don, are nervous. When it is revealed that starlet, Lamont, has the voice akin to nails being scratched down a blackboard, Lockwood and his comedy sidekick, Cosmo, go in search of an alternative. On finding the beautiful yet snooty Kathy Selden, a chorus girl prone to jumping out of cakes with the voice of an angel, Lockwood tries to convince her to dub in for his co-star diva. Unfortunately both Lina and Kathy are stubborn, leading to Don being forced to work his Hollywood star charm. Although where Kathy is concerned, both her and Don get more than they bargained for as they embark upon a whirlwind romance.
Release date: 1952
Last Update:December, 17th 2013

Singin' In The Rain lyrics list

  1. Act 1
  2. Fit as a Fiddle
  3. Beautiful Girl
  4. I've Got a Feelin' You're Foolin'
  5. Make 'Em Laugh
  6. You Are My Lucky Star
  7. Moses Supposes
  8. Good Morning
  9. Singin' in the Rain
  10. Act 2
  11. Wedding of the Painted Doll
  12. Rag Doll   add
  13. Temptation   add
  14. Takin' Miss Mary to the Ball Takin' Miss Mary to the Ball Video  add
  15. Love is Where You Find It   add
  16. Would You?
  17. Broadway Rhythm
  18. Blue Prelude   add
  19. Other Songs
  20. All I Do Is Dream of You
  21. You Were Meant for Me
  22. What's Wrong with Me?
  23. Singin' in the Rain Finale
  24. The Royal Rascal / To the Street   add
  25. You Stepped Out of a Dream
  26. Lina Revealed   add
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