Lover From The Film love Me Tonight Mp3 Song Dolf Van Der Linden Lyrics

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June 10, 2014



Lover From The Film love Me Tonight

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Song Name Lover From The Film love Me Tonight
AlbumOrchestral Landscapes Volume 5.
ComposerHis Orchestra.
SingerDolf Van Der Linden and New Concert Orchestra.
Duration 03:06
Record on June 10, 2014
Album Price $9.99
Song Price $0.99
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Lover From The Film love Me Tonight Lyrics

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The title song from the 1932 film musical--held by many to be the finest movie in that genre. MacDonald is at her pre-code, pre-Eddy vivacious peak here, her potent chemistry with Chevalier marks one of cinema's most beguiling romantic screen couplings.

Larry Hart's lyrics; music of Richard Rodgers:


There's a glistening ring
Around the moon-
Are you listening?
It is not too soon-
Let's drink deep tonight all alone,
Let us keep tonight
As our very own.

Your heart and my heart
Were made to meet.
Don't make them wait-
Love me tonight!

Why should our lips
Be afraid to meet?
Love me tonight.

Who knows what tomorrow brings
With the morning light?
Dear, I'm here
With a heart that sings
Love me tonight!


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Love Me Tonight is a 1932 musical comedy film which tells the story of a penniless nobleman who moves a tailor to whom he owes money into his chateau and passes him off as nobility. It stars Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald, Charles Ruggles, Charles Butterworth and Myrna Loy. It was directed by Rouben Mamoulian.

The movie was adapted by Samuel Hoffenstein, George Marion Jr. and Waldemar Young from the play by Paul Armont and Léopold Marchand.

It features the classic Rodgers and Hart songs "Isn't it Romantic?", "Mimi", and "Lover" (the last of these is not sung romantically as it often is in nightclubs, but comically, as Jeanette MacDonald tries to control an unruly horse that she is riding). The staging of "Isn't It Romantic?" was revolutionary for its time, combining both singing and film editing, as the song is passed from one singer (or group of singers) to another, all of whom are at different locales.

In 1990, Love Me Tonight was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Parisian tailor Maurice Courtelin (Maurice Chevalier) poses as a baron in order to collect the unpaid bills a local aristocrat (Charlie Ruggles) have been piling up. On his way to the castle, he has a confrontation with haughty Princess Jeanette (Jeanette MacDonald). When he arrives at the castle, he charms the various denizens, including Jeanette's chattering aunts and her man-hungry cousin Valentine (Myrna Loy). Jeanette is resistant towards the newcomer, but eventually falls for his charms, telling him she will love him no matter who he is or where he is. When he helps her redesign an outfit, he confesses to her that he's really a tailor. The entire household is outraged, and Maurice leaves. As he takes the train back to Paris, Jeanette realizes her mistake and follows him on horseback. He tells her to stay away, so she stands in front of the train. When the train stops, Maurice jumps out and they embrace as smoke from the train envelops them.

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