Gary Cooper: Enduring Style by G. Bruce Boyer
Taco - Puttin' on the Ritz (Original Uncensored Version)
Puttin On The Ritz Lyrics
Please refresh the page and retry. G ary Cooper, who was three times an Oscar winner including for Sergeant York in and High Noon in , died on May 13, , aged This tribute was originally published in While Clark Gable may have wrought havoc in the American undergarment industry by influencing large numbers of males to dispense with vests after he was filmed not wearing one in It Happened One Night, Gary Cooper's impact on the world was even more pervasive and long-lasting. Every one of the countless number of males christened Gary owes his first name to Cooper since, before he assumed it, this did not exist as a first name.
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Verse: Have you seen the well-to-do up on Lenox Avenue? On that famous thoroughfare, with their noses in the air? High hats and colored collars, white spats and fifteen dollars; Spending every dime for a wonderful time. Chorus: If you're blue and you don't know where to go to, Why don't you go where Harlem sits, Puttin' on the Ritz! Spangled gowns upon a bevy of high browns, From down the levee, all misfits, Puttin' on the Ritz!
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