Call Me Madam - Mrs. Sally Adams Lyrics

1950 Broadway
Call Me Madam the Musical - Mrs. Sally Adams Lyrics

The song is written by Irving Berlin.

Mrs. Sally Adams
Requests the pleasure of your company
At a supper and dance
A farewell party
That she's giving at her house tonight

Mrs. Sally Adams
The queen of Washington society
Anybody at all
Who's anybody
Will be gathered at her house tonight

Mrs. Sally Adams
The new ambassador to cross the sea
Missus Sally Adams
Who says "The hell with formality"

Mrs. Sally Adams
Mrs. Sally Adams
Makes 'em sing at her parties
And each guest becomes a ham
Giving all that he's got
It may not please the smarties
But she doesn't give a damn
If they likе it or not
She is liable to blurt out
The thing that shе should ignore
But nobody will care
She can iron a shirt out
That's stuffed with a senator
Or a Congressman there

God bless America
For Mrs. Sally Adams
Who wants the pleasure of your company
Glad are we
To accept and root for
Mrs. Sally Adams
Queen of all the madams
Madam Ambassador

Review: Call Me Madam the Musical Lyrics

Call Me Madam the Musical Lyrics

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