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Whose Baby Are You?

Writer(s): Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn
With Andre Previn on the piano
From the movie, “It Happened in Brooklyn”
From the CD Frank Sinatra In Hollywood (1940-1964) Disc 2, track 13

Frank: You mind if I get a small rundown?
Andre: Of course, sit down.
Frank plays a jazz tune, and sings:
Baby, baby, whose baby are you?
Baby, baby, whose baby are you?
Andre: Well, that sounds like Mendelsohn’s Italian symphony
Andre plays a classic tune.
Frank: Sure the notes are the same, but it hasn’t got a beat.
Andre: A beat?
Frank: Yeah, you know, a beat. And thumps the piano
Andre: Oh no no, I’m afraid it hasn’t got that. Look, why don’t you take over?
Frank: Wait a minute, I do not want to crab your act.
Andre: Actually I am relieved. I am supposed to be entertaining. And I’m not succeeding. Goodnight.

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