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Neurotic you and psychopathic me [music] : from the production Lend an ear / words and music by Charles Gaynor
Bib ID 3602274
Format MusicMusic
Author
Gaynor, Charles, 1907-1975
 
Uniform Title Lend an ear. Neurotic you and psychopathic me
Description New York, N.Y. : Soutrhern Music Publishing, c1949 
1 vocal score ([5] p.) ; 28 cm. 
Series

Pinne collection of songs and music.

Notes

For voice and piano. Includes chord symbols.

Caption title.

"Piano arrangement by Dick Kent"--P. [1].

Includes a page of extra lyrics.

"William R. Katzell, Bill Eythe and Franklin Gilbert present Lend an ear"--Cover.

Subjects Musicals - Excerpts - Vocal scores with piano.  |  Popular music - 1941-1950.
Other authors/contributors Kent, Dick

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