Kamis, 30 Juli 2015

Rita Hayworth - Put The Blame on Mame (From Gilda)

I was curious when Anna Scott mentioned Gilda, so I did a mini research about the movie. Rita Hayworth is very beautiful, and I didn't even know she was hispanic, haha
I like her sass when she said "sure, I'm decent" after flipping her hair hahaha, I happen to find the song likeable, so I decided tonpost this. I don't know why people in 1940s make such a big fuss about her taking the one glove off, it doesn't look like a striptease to me.

Put the blame on mame





When they had the earthquake in San Francisco
Back in nineteen-six
They said that Mother Nature
Was up to her old tricks
That's the story that went around
But here's the real low-down
Put the blame on Mame, boys
Put the blame on Mame
One night she started to shim and shake
That brought on the Frisco quake
So you can put the blame on Mame, boys
Put the blame on Mame

They once had a shootin' up in the Klondike
When they got Dan McGrew
Folks were putting the blame on
The lady known as Lou
That's the story that went around
But here's the real low-down
Put the blame on Mame, boys
Put the blame on Mame
Mame did a dance called the hoochy-coo
That's the thing that slew McGrew
So you can put the blame on Mame, boys
Put the blame on Mame

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