A bandleader, desperate to get his band's instruments out of hock, promises the pawnshop clerk--an aspiring songwriter--that he'll let the band's female singer do the clerk's songs at a local club if he will let the band "borrow" their instruments at night. The clerk's girlfriend, however, thinks that the band singer is after more than her boyfriend's songs. Written by
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Past the Age of Innocence
Music by Moose Charlap
and Bill Sawens
Lyrics by Norman Gimbel See more