For me and my Gal
(Ms. Judy Garland duet)

 
HARRY: The bells are ring...ringing, 
for me and my gal. The birds are s-...
JO: *laughs* [spoken] Wait a minute. 
You better let me do it.
HARRY: [spoken] Ok

JO: 
[spoken] Now....[singing] 
Ding-dong, ding-dong. 
Do you hear the bells go ding-dong? 
Do you know, do you know 
why they're ringin'? 
Do you know why the birds are singin'? 
Well, you're gonna get a big surprise, 
'cause I'm gonna put you wise. 
The bells are ringin' for me and my gal. 
The birds are singin' for me and my gal.
Ev'rybody's been knowing 
to a wedding they're going. 
And for weeks they've been sewing, 
ev'ry Susie and Sal. 
They're congregatin'

HARRY: [spoken]Here's the church
JO: for my and my gal.
HARRY: [spoken] and here's the steeple.
JO: the Parson's waitin'
HARRY: [spoken] open the door
JO: for me and my gal.
HARRY: [spoken] and there's the people.
JO: 
And sometime we're gonna build 
a little home for two, 
or three, or four, or more, 
in Loveland for me and my gal.

HARRY: 
The bells are (JO joins)ringing 
for me and my gal. 
The birds are singing for me and my gal.
Ev'rybody's been knowing, 
to a wedding they'e going. 
And for weeks they've been sewing,
they've been sewing 
something old and something new, 
sew something that is blue 
so they can make a trousseau for my gal. 
They're congrefatin' 
for me and my gal. Look, here! 
Why, that's the Parson waitin' 
for me and my gal. 
And sometime 
we're gonna build a little home

HARRY:for two
JO: or three
HARRY: or four
JO: or five
HARRY: or maybe more
BOTH: Loveland for me and my gal...
HARRY: [spoken] Remember this one?
JO: [spoken] And this...
HARRY: [spoken] You know what 
I can't eat for breakfast?
JO: 
[spoken] Why, no. 
I haven't the slightest idea. 
Tell me, 
what can't you eat for breakfast.
HARRY: 
[spoken] Luncheon and dinner.
Ha...Ooh!...
Here comes that loveland again.
BOTH: In Loveland for me and my gal.