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Birthday Girl (2001) Poster

(2001)

Soundtracks

The Most Beautiful Girl in the World
Composed by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart
Published by Williamson Music / Warner Chappel Music Ltd.
PolyGram International Publishing Inc.
Performed by Bob Sakek
Happy Birthday
Composed by Patty S. Hill / Mildred J. Hill
Published by Keith Prowse Music Publishing Ltd.
Dost Vas Mam! (I've Had It with You)
Composed by Khukri
Published by Radyoyo / Kifkif
Performed by Da Il Deuce
Licensed by Radyoyo / Kifkif
Pocasna Loza (VIP Lounge)
Composed by Dash
Produced by Dash for Blackout Entertainment
Published by HDS / Zamp
Performed by Sick Rhyme Sayazz featuring Koolade & Dash
Licensed by Menart / Blackout Entertainment
Memory
Performed by Elaine Paige
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Text by Trevor Nunn after T.S. Eliot
Published by The Really Useful Group Ltd. / Faber Music Ltd.
on behalf of Trevor Nunn and Set Copyrights Ltd.
Recording Produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber and taken from "Cats" the original London cast album on Really Useful Records / Polydor Records
(p) 1981 The Really Useful Group Ltd. under exclusive license to Polydor Ltd. (UK)
Sugar and Spice
Written by Tony Hatch
Performed by The Searchers
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group
Age of the Sun
Written by Bill Doss
Performed by The Sunshine Fix
Courtesy of Emperor Norton / Kindercore Records
Funny How Love Can Be
Written by John Shakespeare (as John Carter) & Ken Lewis
Performed by The Ivy League
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group
Even the Bad Times Are Good
Written by Peter Callander and Mitch Murray
Performed by The Tremeloes
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group
Somethin' Stupid
Written by C. Carson Parks
Performed by Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman
Courtesy of Chrysalis Records, Ltd.
Under License from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets
(p) 2001 Chrysalis Records, Ltd.

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