Spring will be a little late this year

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spring will be a little late this year

Will Spring Be Early? Or Will Spring Be Late? by Crockett Johnson

Its the second day of February. Snow covers the field and the wind blows cold, but the Groundhog has a job to do. Will spring be early? Or will spring be late?

When the Groundhog doesnt see his shadow, its clear spring will be here soon. But wait! Is that a red flower sticking through the snow? Spring is here now! is the best prediction the Groundhog has ever made!

All the Groundhogs friends rejoice . . . except one. Will one grouch turn spring back into winter?

First published in 1959, this humorous tale from the creator of Harold and the Purple Crayon reminds us that sometimes it doesnt matter what youre celebrating as much as who youre celebrating with.
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Deanna Durbin - Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year (Christmas Holiday)

Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year Lyrics

The first issued recording listed by SecondHandSongs. The song was featured in the film Christmas Holiday , where it is sung by Deanna Durbin. This song is one of his few melancholy ones, but it is not without hope. Nor does it lack a clear-eyed sense of reality. Frank Loesser lyrics are rarely up in the clouds. Usually they are true to the way people actually think and talk, and often they include a dimension of self-observation.

Please enable JavaScript on your browser to best view this site. Does it ever seem to you that winter always outstays its welcome? In several ways, it represents a departure from the norm both for Loesser and Deanna Durbin, the star of a movie that features the song. His father taught classical piano. His older half-brother Arthur became a distinguished concert pianist and program annotator for the Cleveland Orchestra. Frank, on the other hand, had no interest in classical music and never took lessons from his father.

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Another Catalog song not written for this movie but used in the movie is Always by Irving Berlin. Thomas L. Philip Furia and Michael Lasser, in their book America's Songs The Stories Behind the songs of Broadway, Hollywood, and Tin Pan Alley , relate an account of how Frank Loesser came to undergo a conversion from being a lyrics only songwriter to being a words and music man. The conversion took root during World War II, in conjunction with Loesser, in , having enlisted in the army where he was assigned to an entertainment creating section in New York City. Already an established lyricist in Hollywood, Loesser was, by early , a prolific writer of songs and shows to entertain the troops.

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  4. Louise S. says:

    Spring will be a little late this year. A little late arriving in my lonely world over here. For you have left me and where is our April [Incomprehensible] old?.

  5. Toussaint B. says:

    The Ballad "Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year," for the Universal picture Christmas Holiday, was likely written at the Navarro. It became the second.

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