Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 25. Chapters: 'S Wonderful, 'The Half of It, Dearie' Blues, (I've Got) Beginner's Luck, Aren't You Kind Of Glad We Did?, A Foggy Day, Bess, You Is My Woman Now, Bidin' My Time, Boy! What Love Has Done To Me!, Boy Wanted, But Not for Me (song), By Strauss, Cheerful Little Earful, Clap Yo' Hands, Doin' Time, Embraceable You, Fascinating Rhythm, For You, For Me, For Evermore, Funny Face (song), He Loves and She Loves, How Long Has This Been Going On?, I've Got a Crush on You, Isn't It a Pity?, It Ain't Necessarily So, I Can't Be Bothered Now, I Can't Get Started, I Got Rhythm, I Loves You, Porgy, I Was Doing All Right, Just Another Rhumba, Let's Call the Whole Thing Off, Let's Kiss and Make Up, Let's Take a Walk Around the Block, Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away), Long Ago (and Far Away), Looking for a Boy, Lorelei (song), Love Is Here to Stay, Love is Sweeping the Country, Love Walked In, My Cousin in Milwaukee, My Man's Gone Now, My One and Only (song), My Ship, Nice Work If You Can Get It (song), Of Thee I Sing (song), Oh, Lady Be Good!, Oh, So Nice!, Sam and Delilah, Slap That Bass, Somebody from Somewhere, Someone to Watch Over Me (song), Soon (1927 song), Stiff Upper Lip (Gershwin song), Strike Up the Band (song), That Certain Feeling, They All Laughed (song), They Can't Take That Away from Me, The Man I Love (song), The Man that Got Away, The Real American Folk Song (is a Rag), The Saga of Jenny, Things Are Looking Up, Treat Me Rough, Who Cares? (George and Ira Gershwin song), You've Got What Gets Me. Excerpt: qSomeone to Watch Over Meq is a song composed by George Gershwin with lyrics by Ira Gershwin from the musical Oh, Kay! (1926), where it was introduced by Gertrude Lawrence. Gershwin originally approached the song as an uptempo jazz tune, but his brother Ira suggested that it might work much better as a ballad, and George ultimately agreed. It has been performed by numerous artists since its debut and is a jazz standard as well as a key work in the Great American Songbook. In chronological order: It was performed by Julie Andrews in the 1968 movie Star! about the life of the actress Gertrude Lawrence. The movie was directed by Robert Wise. The 1987 movie Someone To Watch Over Me, directed by Ridley Scott, takes its title from this song. The soundtrack features three versions of qSomeone to Watch Over Me, q two of which were new renditions by Sting and Roberta Flack. The third version used was the 1961 recording by Gene Ammons. A soundtrack album was never issued and so the Roberta Flack performance (produced by Michael Kamen) remains unreleased. Sting included his version as a b-side for the qEnglishman in New Yorkq single, and on the compilation At The Movies, released in 1999. Another 1987 film, Beyond Therapy, used the tune, sung by Yves Montand, in its opening sequence. This song was made famous to another generation in the 1996 American movie Mr. Holland's Opus. Jean Louisa Kelly played the part of Rowena, who sang qSomeone to Watch Over Meq in this movie; however, a different version of the song sung by Julia Fordham was included on the movie soundtrack. Asher Book also sings it in the 2009 remake of Fame. qSomeone to Watch Over Meq was featured extensively in an episode of the television series Battlestar Galactica. The episode, also titled qSomeone to Watch Over Me, q featured a piano player who played the song in qJoe's Bar.q In Star Trek: Voyager, qSomeone to Watch Over Meq was the title of an episode, with the song featuring at the climax and end of the episPlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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