Broadway Dame

She’s just a Broadway dame.
Champagne shall toast her name.
When she’s smiling, the world seems to glow.
She’s the lady that all of your friends insist they know.
Brighter than any flame.
I’ve fallen in love, and guess who must take the blame?
We’ve reason now for celebration,
So raise your glass to this sensation.
Here’s to that razzling, dazzling Broadway dame!

She’s just a Broadway star.
Destined to travel far.
Little wonder this lady is blessed.
Wild and wicked, top of the table, favourite guest.
Rivals seem under par.
When races are won, she’s first in the favourite car.
All she touches starts to glitter.
A pick me up pill, when times are bitter.
Here’s to that amorous, glamorous Broadway star!

The day you appeared the angels were singing.
Church bells were ringing through the sky.
A wand was waved,
A spell was cast.
The bad times that refused to pass,
At last have waved this crazy world bye-bye.

Before you arrived, I spent my life dreaming,
But now thanks to you,
I now know that dreams come true!

She’s got that Broadway ‘chic.’
Thousands convert each week.
Little wonder each line is a gem.
Bold and brassy, tip of the top, ten out of ten!
Rapture each time she speaks.
Whenever she laughs, the colour comes to our cheeks.
Each star filled night says ‘you belong.’
You’ve made our lives a Broadway song!
Here’s to that lovable, heavens abovable ‘chic.’

She’s just a Broadway dame.
Champagne shall toast her name.
When she’s smiling, the world seems to glow.
She’s the lady that all of your friends insist they know.
Brighter than any flame.
I’ve fallen in love, and guess who must take the blame?
We’ve reason now for celebration,
So raise your glass to this sensation.
Here’s to that razzling, dazzling Broadway dame!

Long may she live,
Long may she reign.
We have good reason to exclaim,
Here’s to that razzling, dazzling Broadway dame!