Singin' in the Rain
written by Betty Comden & Adolph Green
Kathy: Lucky? Hmm...I wonder...I wonder how many girls would consider it lucky to be held in the strong manly arms of Don Lockwood, the glamorous star of the silver screen. A year ago it would have scared me half to death. That was when I was a member of your fan club. Fan? Me? I was the president! Do you know, I waited outside of the Brown Derby for two hours one night, just to get a glimpse of you? But it was worth it. You looked so dazzling in your green knickers, yellow sweater and orange beret. I just swooned. You see...(sung) I was star struck.
Kudos and much thanks go to Zinna for this monologue, it is very much appreciated.
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