Guys and Dolls Karaoke - Guys and Dolls (musical)

This title is a cover of Guys and Dolls as made famous by Guys and Dolls (musical)
Stubby Kaye, Johnny Silver & Douglas Deane

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Tempo: variable (around 103 BPM)

In the same key as the original: G, F

The song begins a cappella

Duration: 02:56 - Preview at: 01:39

Release date: 1950
Genres: Musicals & Broadway, In English
Original songwriters: Chris Arnold, David Martin, Geoff Morrow

All files available for download are reproduced tracks, they're not the original music.

Lyrics Guys and Dolls

What's playing at the Roxy
I'll tell you what's playing at the Roxy
A picture about a
Minnesota man so in love with a Mississippi girl
That he sacrifices everything and moves all the way to Biloxi
That's what's playing at the Roxy
What's in the daily news
I'll tell you what's in the daily news
Story about a guy who bought his wife a small ruby
With what otherwise would have been his union dues
That's what's in the daily news
What's happening all over
I'll tell you what's happening all over
Guy sitting home by a television set
Who once used to be something of a rover
That's what's happening all over
Love is the thing that has licked 'em
And it looks like Nathan's just another victim
Yes, sir!
When you see a guy
Reach for stars in the sky
You can bet that he's doing it for some doll
When you spot a John waiting out in the rain
Chances are he's insane as only a John can be for a Jane
When you meet a gent
Paying all kinds of rent
For a flat that could flatten the Taj Mahal
Call it sad, call it funny
But it's better than even money
That the guy's only doing it for some doll
When you see a Joe saving half of his dough
You can bet there'll be mink in it for some doll
When a bum buys wine like a bum can't afford
It's a cinch that the bum
Is under the thumb of some little broad
When you meet a mug lately out of the jug
And he's still lifting platinum folderol
Call it hell, call it heaven
It's a probable twelve to seven
That the guy's only doing it for some doll
When you see a sport
And his cash has run short
You can bet that he's banking it with some doll
When a guy wears tails with the front gleaming white
Who the hell do you think he's tickling pink on Saturday night
When a lazy slob takes a good steady job
And he smells from vitalis and barbasol
Call it dumb, call it clever
Ah, but you can get odds forever
That the guy's only doing it for some doll
Some doll, some doll
The guy's only doing it for some doll

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