Summer Sing-Along

at The Yarmouth Clam Festival
Directed by Marlene Wagner
 

July 16th at 4:00pm

at the Library/Kids Stage

CAST LIST

 

Phil Chin

Hadley Dillon

Haley Doan

Nancy Filliter

Jocelyn Handy

Elizabeth Handy

Keith Monk

Meagan Monk

Silas Monk

Marit Severson

Jackie Stowell

Marlene Wagner -- Piano

Thank you for joining us for our 3rd Annual Sing-Along. We are so glad to be back at the Yarmouth Clam Festival!

 

Lyrics for our performance are below.  We invite you to please sing with us (as loudly as you like!). It's not a sing-along without YOU!

Do Re Mi

From the 1959 Broadway Musical The Sound of Music

Music by Richard Rogers

Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

 

 

Let's start at the very beginning

A very good place to start

When you read you begin with A-B-C

When you sing you begin with Do Re Mi

Do Re Mi 

Do Re Mi

The first three notes just happen to be

Do Re Mi

Do Re Mi

Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti

Doe, a deer, a female deer

Ray, a drop of golden sun

Me, a name I call myself

Far, a long long way to run

Sew, a needle pulling thread

La, a note to follow sew

Tea, a drink with jam and bread

That will bring us back to do-oh-oh-oh

Doe, a deer, a female deer

Ray, a drop of golden sun

Me, a name I call myself

Far, a long long way to run

Sew, a needle pulling thread

La, a note to follow sew

Tea, a drink with jam and bread

That will bring us back to

Doe, a deer, a female deer

Ray, a drop of golden sun

Me, a name I call myself

Far, a long long way to run

Sew, a needle pulling thread

La, a note to follow sew

Tea, a drink with jam and bread

That will bring us back to doe

Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do!

 

 

 

Hello, Dolly!

from the 1964 Broadway Musical Hello, Dolly!

Music and lyrics by Jerry Herman

 

 

Hello Dolly

Well, hello Dolly

It's so nice to have you back where you belong

You're looking swell, Dolly

We can tell, Dolly

You're still glowin', you're still crowin'

You're still goin' strong

We feel the room swayin'

For the band's playin'

One of your old favorite songs from way back when, so

Take her wrap, fellas

Find her an empty lap, fellas

Dolly'll never go away again

Hello Dolly

Well, hello Dolly

It's so nice to have you back where you belong

You're looking swell, Dolly

We can tell, Dolly

You're still glowin', you're still crowin'

You're still goin' strong

We feel the room swayin'

For the band's playin'

One of your old favorite songs from way back when, so

Golly gee, fellas

Find her a vacant knee, fellas

Dolly'll never go away

Dolly'll never go away

Dolly'll never go away again

 

 

 

I Won't Grow Up

From the 1954 Broadway Musical Peter Pan

Music by Mark Charlap

Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh

 

I won't grow up (I won't grow up)

I don't want to go to school (I don't want to go to school)

Just to learn to be a parrot (just to learn to be a parrot)

And recite a silly rule (and recite a silly rule)

If growing up means it would be

Beneath my dignity to climb a tree

I'll never grow up, never grow up, never grow up

Not me! Not I! Not me! Not me!

I won't grow up (I won't grow up)

I don't want to wear a tie (I don't want to wear a tie)

And a serious expression (and a serious expression)

In the middle of July (in the middle of July)

And if it means I must prepare

To shoulder burdens with a worried air

I'll never grow up, never grow up, never grow up

So there! Not I! Not me! So there!

Never gonna be a man, I won't

Like to see somebody try and make me

Anyone who wants to try and make me

Turn into a man

Catch me if you can

I won't grow up (I won't grow up)

Not a penny will I pinch (not a penny will I pinch)

I will never grow a mustache (I will never grow a mustache)

Or a fraction of an inch (or a fraction of an inch)

'Cause growing up is awfuller

Than all the awful things that ever were

I'll never grow up, never grow up, never grow up

No sir! Not I! Not me! No sir!

I won't grow up (I won't grow up)

I don't want to go to school (I don't want to go to school)

Just to learn to be a parrot (just to learn to be a parrot)

And recite a silly rule (and recite a silly rule)

If growing up means it would be

Beneath my dignity to climb a tree

I'll never grow up, never grow up, never grow up

Not me! Not I! Not me! Not me!

I won't grow up (I won't grow up)

I don't want to wear a tie (I don't want to wear a tie)

And a serious expression (and a serious expression)

In the middle of July (in the middle of July)

And if it means I must prepare

To shoulder burdens with a worried air

I'll never grow up, never grow up, never grow up

So there! Not I! Not me! So there!

Never gonna be a man, I won't

Like to see somebody try and make me

Anyone who wants to try and make me

Turn into a man

Catch me if you can

I won't grow up (I won't grow up)

Not a penny will I pinch (not a penny will I pinch)

I will never grow a mustache (I will never grow a mustache)

Or a fraction of an inch (or a fraction of an inch)

'Cause growing up is awfuller

Than all the awful things that ever were

I'll never grow up, never grow up, never grow up

No sir! Not I! Not me! I won't! No sir!

 

 

 

Any Dream Will Do

From the 1982 Broadway Musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Lyrics by Tim Rice

 

 

I closed my eyes (I closed my eyes)

Drew back the curtain

To see for certain

What I thought I knew (what I thought I knew)

Far far away (far far away)

Someone was weeping

But the world was sleeping

Any dream will do

 

I wore my coat (I wore my coat)

With golden lining

Bright colors shining

Wonderful and new

And in the east (and in the east)

The dawn was breaking

And the world was waking

Any dream will do

A crash of drums

A flash of light

My golden coat flew out of sight

The colors faded into darkness

I was left alone (alone)

May I return (may I return)

To the beginning

The light was dimming

And the dream is too

The world and I (the world and I)

We are still waiting

Still hesitating

Any dream will do

Give me my colored coat

My amazing colored coat

Give me my colored coat

My amazing colored coat

 

 

 

Oh, What a Beautiful Morning

From the 1943 Broadway Musical Oklahoma!

Music by Richard Rodgers

Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

 

 

There's a bright golden haze on the meadow

There's a bright golden haze on the meadow

The corn is as high as a elephant's eye

An' it looks like it's climbin' clear up to the sky

Oh what a beautiful mornin'

Oh what a beautiful day

I got a beautiful feelin'

Everything's goin' my way

All the cattle are standin' like statues

All the cattle are standin' like statues

They don't turn their heads as they see me ride by

But a little brown maverick is winkin' her eye

Oh what a beautiful mornin'

Oh what a beautiful day

I got a beautiful feelin'

Everything's goin' my way

All the sounds of the earth are like music

All the sounds of the earth are like music

The breeze is so busy it don't miss a tree

And an ol' weepin' willer is laughin' at me

Oh what a beautiful mornin'

Oh what a beautiful day

I got a beautiful feelin'

Everything's goin' my way

Oh what a beautiful day

 

 

 

Day-O

From the 2019 Broadway Musical & 1988 film Beetlejuice

Music and lyrics by Irving Burgie & William Attaway

Day-o

Day-o

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Day

Me say day, me say day, me say day, me say day, me say day-o

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Work all night on a drink of rum

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Stack bananas 'til the morning come

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Come mister tally man

Tally me banana

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Come mister tally man

Tally me banana

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Lift six foot, seven foot, eight foot bunch

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Six foot, seven foot, eight foot bunch

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Day, me say day-o

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Day, me say day, me say day, me say

Daylight come and me wan' go home

A beautiful bunch of ripe banana

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Hide the deadly black tarantula

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Day, me say day-o

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Day, me say day, me say day, me say

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Come mister tally man

Tally me banana

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Come mister tally man

Tally me banana

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Day-o, day-o

Daylight come and me wan' go home

Day

Me say day, me say day, me say day, me say day, me say day-o

Daylight come and me wan' go home

 

 

 

Take A Chance on Me

From the 2001 Broadway Musical Mamma Mia!

Music and lyrics by Benny Andersson & Bjorn Ulvaeus

If you change your mind

I'm the first in line

Honey I'm still free

Take a chance on me

If you need me, let me know

Gonna be around

If you got no place to go

When you're feeling down

If you're all alone

When the pretty birds have flown

Honey I'm still free

Take a chance on me

Gonna do my very best

And it ain't no lie

If you put me to the test

If you let me try

Take a chance on me

Take a chance on me

We can go dancing

We can go walking

As long as we're together

Listen to some music

Maybe just talking

You'd get to know me better

'Cause you know I got

So much that I wanna do

When I dream I'm alone with you

It's magic

You want me to leave it there

Afraid of a love affair

But I think you know

That I can't let go

If you change your mind

I'm the first in line

Honey I'm still free

Take a chance on me

If you need me let me know

Gonna be around

If you got no place to go

When you're feeling down

If you're all alone

When the pretty birds have flown

Honey I'm still free

Take a chance on me

Gonna do my very best

And it ain't no lie

If you put me to the test

If you let me try

Take a chance on me

Take a chance on me

Oh you can take your time baby

I'm in no hurry

I know I'm gonna get you

You don't wanna hurt me

Baby don't worry

I ain't gonna let you

Let me tell you now

My love is strong enough

To last when things are rough

It's magic

You say that I waste my time

But I can't get you off my mind

No I can't let go

'Cause I love you so

If you change your mind

I'm the first in line

Honey I'm still free

Take a chance on me

If you need me let me know

Gonna be around

If you got no place to go

When you're feeling down

If you're all alone

When the pretty birds have flown

Honey I'm still free

Take a chance on me

Gonna do my very best

Baby can't you see?

Gotta put me to the test

Take a chance on me

 

 

 

My Favorite Things

From the 1959 Broadway Musical The Sound of Music

Music by Richard Rogers

Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens

Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens

Brown paper packages tied up with strings

These are a few of my favorite things

Cream colored ponies and crisp apple strudels

Doorbells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles

Wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings

These are a few of my favorite things

Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes

Snowflakes that stay on my nose and eyelashes

Silver white winters that melt into springs

These are a few of my favorite things

When the dog bites

When the bee stings

When I'm feeling sad

I simply remember my favorite things

And then I don't feel so bad

(REPEAT)

We Don't Talk About Bruno

From the 2022 film Encanto

Music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda

We don't talk about Bruno, no no no

We don't talk about Bruno, but

It was my wedding day (it was our wedding day)

We were getting ready

And there wasn't a cloud in the sky

(No clouds allowed in the sky)

Bruno walks in with a mischievous grin (thunder)

You telling this story or am I?

(I'm sorry mi vida go on)

Bruno says it looks like rain (why did he tell us?)

In doing so he floods my brain (Abuela get the umbrellas)

Married in a hurricane

(What a joyous day but anyway)

We don't talk about Bruno, no no no

We don't talk about Bruno

Hey! Grew to live in fear of Bruno stuttering or stumbling

I can always hear him sort of muttering and mumbling

I associate him with the sound of falling sand (ch, ch, ch)

It's a heavy lift with a gift so humbling

Always left Abuela and the family fumbling

Grappeling with prophecies they couldn't understand

Do you understand?

Seven foot frame, rats along his back

When he calls your name it all fades to black

Yeah he sees your dreams

And feasts on your screams (hey)

 

We don’t talk about Bruno, no no no

We don’t talk about Bruno

 

He told me my fish would die

The next day, dead (no no)

He told me I’d grow a gut

And just like he said (no no)

He said that all my hair would disappear

Now look at my head (no no)

Your fate is sealed

When your prophecy is read

 

He told me that the life of my dreams

Would be promised and someday be mine

He told me that my power would grow

Like the grapes that thrive on the vine

(Oye, Mariano’s on his way)

 

He told me that the man of my dreams

Would be just out of reach, betrothed to another

It’s like I hear him now

(Hey sis, I want not a sound out of you)

I can hear him now!

 

Um, Bruno

Yeah about that Bruno

I really need to know about Bruno

Gimme the truth and the whole truth Bruno

(Isabella, your boyfriend’s here)

(Time for dinner!)

It was my wedding day (it was our wedding day)

We were getting ready

And there wasn't a cloud in the sky

(No clouds allowed in the sky)

Bruno walks in with a mischievous grin (thunder)

You telling this story or am I?

(I'm sorry mi vida go on)

Bruno says it looks like rain (why did he tell us?)

In doing so he floods my brain (Abuela get the umbrellas)

Married in a hurricane

(What a joyous day)

Don't talk about Bruno, no

(Why did I talk about Bruno)

Not a word about Bruno

(I never shoulda brought up Bruno)

 

 

 

Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend

From the 1949 Broadway Musical & 1953 film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Music by Jule Styne

Lyrics by Leo Robin

A kiss on the hand

May be quite continental

But diamonds are a girl’s best friend

A kiss may be grand

But it won’t pay the rental

On your humble flat

Or help you at the automat

 

Men grow cold as girls grow old

And we all lose our charms in the end

But square cut or pear shape

These rocks don’t lose their shape

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend

 

There may come a time

When a lass needs a lawyer

But diamonds are a girl’s best friend

There may come a time

When a hard boiled employer

Thinks you’re awful nice

But get that ice or else no dice

 

He’s your guy when stocks are high

But beware when they start to descend

It’s then that those louses

Go back to their spouses

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend

 

 

 

Good Morning Starshine

From the 1968 Broadway Musical Hair

Music by Galt MacDermot

Lyrics by James Rado & Gerome Ragni

Good morning star shine

The earth says hello

You twinkle above us

We twinkle below

Good morning star shine

You lead us along

My love and me as we sing

Our early morning singing song

 

Gliddy glup gloopy

Nibby tabby snoopy

La la la lo lo

 

Sabba sibbi sabba

Nooby abba nabba

Le le lo lo

 

Tooby ooby walla

Nooby abba nabba

Early morning singing song

 

Good morning star shine

The earth says hello

You twinkle above us

We twinkle below

Good morning star shine

You lead us along

My love and me as we sing

Our early morning singing song

 

Gliddy glup gloopy

Nibby tabby snoopy

La la la lo lo

 

Sabba sibbi sabba

Nooby abba nabba

Le le lo lo

 

Tooby ooby walla

Nooby abba nabba

Early morning singing song

 

Singing a song, humming a song

Singing a song

Loving a song, laughing a song

Sing the song

 

Sing the song, song the sing

Song song song sing

Sing sing sing song

 

 

 

You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile

From the 1977 Broadway Musical Annie!

Music by Charles Strouse

Lyrics by Martin Charnin

Hey, hobo man

Hey, dapper dan

You both got your style

But brother you’re never fully dressed

Without a smile

 

Your clothes may be

Beau Brummell-y

They stand out a mile

But brother you’re never fully dressed

Without a smile

 

Who cares what they’re wearing

On Main Street or Saville Row?

It’s what you wear from ear to ear

And not from head to toe

That matters

 

So, senator

So, janitor

So long for awhile

Remember you’re never fully dressed

Without a S-M-I-L-E

 

Hey, hobo man

Hey, dapper dan

You both got your style

But brother you’re never fully dressed

Without a smile

 

Your clothes may be

Beau Brummell-y

They stand out a mile

But brother you’re never fully dressed

Without a smile

 

Who cares what they’re wearing

On Main Street or Saville Row?

It’s what you wear from ear to ear

And not from head to toe

That matters

 

So, senator

So, janitor

So long for awhile

Remember you’re never fully dressed

Though you may wear the best

You’re never fully dressed

Without a smile

 

 

 

Seasons of Love

From the 1996 Broadway Musical RENT

Music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson

 

Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes

Five hundred twenty five thousand moments so dear

Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes

How do you measure, measure a year?

 

In daylights, in sunsets, in midnights

In cups of coffee

In inches, in miles, in laughter, in strife, in

Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes

How do you measure a year in the life?

 

How about love?

How about love?

How about love?
Measure in love

 

Seasons of love

Seasons of love

 

Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes

Five hundred twenty five thousand journeys to plan

Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes

How do you measure the life of a woman or a man?

 

In truth that she learned

Or in times that he cried

In bridges he burned

Or the way that she died

 

It’s time now to sing out

Though the story never ends, let’s

Celebrate, remember a year

In the life of friends

 

Remember the love

Remember the love

Remember the love

Measure in love

 

Seasons of love
Seasons of love

 

 

 

The Oompa Loompa Song

From the 1971 film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Music and lyrics by Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley

 

Oompa loompa doompa dee do

I’ve got another puzzle for you

Oompa loompa doompa dee dee

If you are wise you’ll listen to me

 

What do you get when your manners are bad?

Why are you rude to your mother and dad?

What do you gain driving people insane?

I should have thought the answer’s plain

You don’t gain anything

 

Oompa loompa doompa dee da

Given good manners you will go far

You will live in happiness too

Like the oompa loompa doompa dee do

 

Oompa loompa doompa dee do

I’ve got another puzzle for you

Oompa loompa doompa dee dee

If you are wise you’ll listen to me

 

Who do you blame when a kid is a brat?

Pampered and spoiled like a Siamese cat?

What can you say when a kid is a curse?

The parents are usually ten times worse

Or haven’t you noticed?

 

Oompa loompa doompa dee da

If you’re not spoiled then you will go far

You will live in happiness too

Like the oompa loompa doompa dee do

Oompa loompa doompa dee do

I’ve got a final puzzle for you

Oompa loompa doompa dee dee

If you are wise you’ll listen to me

 

What do you get from a glut of TV?

A pain in the neck and an IQ of three

Why don’t you try simply reading a book?

Or could you just not bear to look?
You’ll get no commercials

 

Oompa loompa doompa dee da

Do as I say and you will go far

You will live in happiness too

Oompa loompa doompa dee do



Somewhere Over the Rainbow

From the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz

Music by Harold Arlen

Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg

 


When all the world is a hopeless jumble

And the raindrops tumble all around

Heaven opens a magic lane

When all the clouds darken up the skyway

There’s a rainbow highway to be found

Leading from your window pane

To a place behind the sun

Just a step beyond the rain

 

Somewhere over the rainbow

Way up high

There’s a land that I heard of

Once in a lullaby

 

Somewhere over the rainbow

Skies are blue

And the dreams that you dare to dream

Really do come true

 

Someday I’ll wish upon a star

And wake up where the clouds are far behind me

Where troubles melt like lemon drops

Away above the chimney tops

That’s where you’ll find me

 

Somewhere over the rainbow bluebirds fly

Birds fly over the rainbow

Why then oh why can’t I?

 

Somewhere over the rainbow

Way up high

There’s a land that I heard of

Once in a lullaby

 

Somewhere over the rainbow

Skies are blue

And the dreams that you dare to dream

Really do come true

 

Someday I’ll wish upon a star

And wake up where the clouds are far behind me

Where troubles melt like lemon drops

Away above the chimney tops

That’s where you’ll find me

 

Somewhere over the rainbow bluebirds fly

Birds fly over the rainbow

Why then oh why can’t I?

 

If happy little bluebirds fly
Beyond the rainbow

Why oh why can’t I?

 

 

 

Wouldn't It Be Loverly

From the 1956 Broadway Musical My Fair Lady

Music by Frederick Loewe

Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner

 

 

All I want is a room somewhere

Far away from the cold night air

With one enormous chair

Oh wouldn’t it be loverly?

 

Lots of chocolate for me to eat

Lots of coal makin’ lots of heat

Warm face, warm hands, warm feet

Oh wouldn’t it be loverly?

 

Oh so loverly sittin’ abso-bloomin’-lutely still

I would never budge ’til Spring

Crept over the window sill

 

Someone’s head restin’ on my knee

Warm and tender as he can be

Who takes good care of me

Oh wouldn’t it be loverly

 

All I want is a room somewhere

Far away from the cold night air

With one enormous chair

Oh wouldn’t it be loverly?

 

Lots of chocolate for me to eat

Lots of coal makin’ lots of heat

Warm face, warm hands, warm feet

Oh wouldn’t it be loverly?

 

Oh so loverly sittin’ abso-bloomin’-lutely still

I would never budge ’til Spring

Crept over the window sill

 

Someone’s head restin’ on my knee

Warm and tender as he can be

Who takes good care of me

Oh wouldn’t it be loverly

 

Loverly

Loverly

Loverly

Loverly



Together Wherever We Go

From the 1959 Broadway Musical Gypsy

Music by Jule Style

Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

 

 

Wherever we go

Whatever we do

We’re gonna go through it

Together

 

We may not go far

But sure as a star

Wherever we are, it’s

Together

 

Wherever I go I know he goes

Wherever I go I know she goes

No fits, no fights, no feuds and no egos

Amigos, together

 

Through thick and through thin

All out or all in

And whether it’s win, place or show

 

With you for me and me for you

We’ll muddle through whatever we do

Together wherever we go

 

(REPEAT)



A Real Nice Clamfest

Adapted from the song "A Real Nice Clambake"

from the 1945 Broadway Musical Carousel

Music by Richard Rodgers

Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II

This was a real nice Clamfest

We’re mighty glad we came

The vittles we et

Were good, you bet

The company was the same

 

Our hearts are warm

Our bellies are full

And we are feelin’ prime


This was a real nice Clamfest

And we all had a real good time

 

(REPEAT)

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