Dean martin on the street where you live?

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Dean Martin croons “On the Street Where You Live” in this 1953 recording. The song was written by Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner for the Broadway show My Fair Lady, which Martin starred in on stage.

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The song’s lyrics, which were written in the first person from a male perspective, are sung by Martin to his love interest. He sings about how he would walk miles and miles for her just to see that she was alright before he goes off on tour.

Even though it is not addressed directly in “On the Street Where You Live,” this could be seen as an ode to Marilyn Monroe because of all the similarities between them—including their fame and attention-grabbing appearances (among other things). __

In the 1953 recording, Dean Martin croons “On the Street Where You Live” in this song. The lyrics for “On the Street Where You Live,” written by Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner, were sung by Martin to his love interest while on stage as Dr. Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady.

He sings about how he would walk miles and miles for her just to see that she was alright before he goes off on tour. __ Even though it is not addressed directly in “On the Street Where You Live,” this could be seen as an ode to Marilyn Monroe because of all their similarities—including fame and attention-grabbing appearances (among other things). __ __

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