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  1. I found a million dollar baby In a five and ten cent store. The rain continued for an hour. I hung around for three or four. Around a million dollar baby In a five and ten cent store. She was selling china And when she made those eyes, I kept .
  2. About I Found a Million Dollar Baby "I Found a Million Dollar Baby (in a Five and Ten Cent Store)" is a popular song. The music was written by Harry Warren, the lyrics by Mort Dixon and Billy Rose. The song was published in , though the same lyric with different music had been published five years earlier.
  3. Apr 30,  · One of ’s greatest song hits was written for “Billy Rose’s Crazy Quilt,” a performance revue that featured Fanny Brice, Phil Baker, and Ted Healy.
  4. I Found A Million Dollar Baby Lyrics: It was a lucky April shower / It was the most convenient door / I found a million dollar baby / In a five and ten cent store / .
  5. These are simplified chords for this song, the lyrics are from the bing crosby version because lyrics from the bosley sisters were unavailble.
  6. "I Found a Million Dollar Baby (in a five and ten cent store)" (All Record/Video Cabinet entries below include a music-video of this page's featured song. The year given is for when the studio track was originally laid down or when the live performance .
  7. I found a million dollar baby In a five and ten cent store. The rain continued for an hour. I hung around for three or four. Around a million dollar baby In a five and ten cent store. She was selling china And when she made those eyes, I kept buying china Until the crowd got wise. Incidently If you should run into a shower, Just step inside my 10/10(6).
  8. But, for some reason, it was "Million Dollar Baby" that sent me into orbit. Those few bars after he belts out "Incidentally" are the purest jazz of the most sublime sort. I'm probably the only person in the world who thinks so but, in my opinion, "I Found a Million Dollar Baby in a Five and Ten Cent Store," is the greatest pop vocal ever 5/5(1).

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