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February 16, 2009

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Elsa Mora

Yay!
I can't wait for this series!
I am sure that it will be wonderful!
Elsi :

Lisa Hoffman

Looking forward to something positive.
"WONDERFUL" certainly fits the bill...Bill.

Marguerite Horberg

I prefer the Johnnie Hartman version myself

ANNIE OAKLEY and FRANK BUTLER:

ANNIE OAKLEY:
They say that falling in love is wonderful
It's wonderful, so they say.
And with a moon up above it's wonderful
It's wonderful, so they tell me.
I can't recall who said it
I know I never read it
I only know that falling in love is grand
And the thing that's known as romance
Is wonderful, wonderful
In every way
So they say

FRANK BUTLER:
Rumors fly and they often leave without
But you've come to the right place to find out
Ev'rything that you've heard is really so
I've been there once or twice and I should know
You'll find that falling in love is wonderful
It's wonderful, as they say
And with a moon up above it's wonderful
It's wonderful, as they tell you
You'll leave your house a morning
And without any warning
You're stopping people shouting that love is grand
And to hold a man in your arms
Is wonderful, wonderful
In every way

ANNIE OAKLEY:
I should say.
FRANK BUTLER:
Wonderful...

ANNIE OAKLEY:
Wonderful...

ANNIE OAKLEY and FRANK BUTLER:
In every way
So they say.

Patricia

This probably sounds cheesy, but the first wonderful thing that came to mind was "The Wonderful World of Disney" series that I saw faithfully every Sunday when I was a kid during the 1970s. (If we were visiting my grandmother, we had to sit through the Lawrence Welk show before that!) It was great seeing Disney classic movies, and some new ones as well. My favorites were anything that the young Kurt Russell starred in. I don't know if I'm just being nostalgic, but the current fare on the Disney channel doesn't seem anywhere near as compelling as what used to be shown. Quantity definitely seems to have won out over quality!

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