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Eddie and Mrs. Strakosh: Find yourself a man-- Mrs. Brice: You're demented. Brice: That's just what I need. Eddie: You'll see what a difference it makes ev'ry day.
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Find Yourself A Man lyrics. Strakosh: Find yourself a man-- Mrs. Brice: You're demented. Eddie and Mrs. Brice: That's just what I need. Eddie: You'll see what a difference it makes ev'ry day. Brice: Send me a letter, You'll write me a resum? Strakosh: Just take me and Dave-- Mrs. Brice: Romeo and Juliet-- Eddie: Dave is still her slave. Brice: Send the slave my regards! Strakosh: Open your heart and from out of the skies A prince on a horse will materialize.
Brice: Boy, is some lucky prince Gonna get a surprise! All: Find a man! Strakosh: Find yourself a man, Mrs. Strakosh: I repeat it, Rose. Brice: Find myself a man. Eddie: You're defeated, Rose. Brice: I'll hang a sign out, Big letters that high, Come in and sample You don't have to buy.
Eddie: Hear a voice talk back. Brice: I hear voices now. Strakosh: Money you don't lack-- Mrs. Brice: Why, you've been countin'? Just what I need is a middle-aged sheik Whose uppers and lowers Will click when he'll speak, And life is a song 'cause he'll click and I'll creak. All: Find a man. Strakosh: The man that you select-- Mrs. Brice: What about him? Strakosh: Must treat you with respect.
Brice: That's important. Eddie: He must understand there Are rules to obey, Not toy with your morals And lead you astray. Brice: Please, darling, let the man do things his way. Strakosh and Eddie: Find a man-- Mrs. Brice: I'm a grandmother! Strakosh: Find a man-- Mrs. Brice: You got somebody in mind? All: Find yourself A man. Last Update: June, 10th Song video. Musical: Funny Girl.
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The semi- biographical plot is based on the life and career of Broadway star, film actress and comedian Fanny Brice featuring her stormy relationship with entrepreneur and gambler Nick Arnstein. Its original title was My Man. The musical was produced by Ray Stark , who was Brice's son-in-law via his marriage to her daughter Frances, and starred Barbra Streisand. The production was nominated for eight Tony Awards but, facing tough competition from Hello, Dolly!
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Time has passed. Fanny has given birth to a daughter, Frances, who is now five months old, and Fanny is going back into the new Ziegfeld show. Eddie and Mrs. Strakosh suggest that Fanny's mother needs a new interest in life.
Find Yourself A Man lyrics. Strakosh: Find yourself a man-- Mrs. Brice: You're demented.
Eddie and Mrs. Strakosh: Find yourself a man-- Mrs. Brice: You're demented. Brice: That's just what I need.
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