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re: Try "Love Me Tonight" - it's incredibly witty, funny, tuneful and delightful nm
Posted by: BroadwayTonyJ 05:40 pm EDT 08/25/21
In reply to: re: Try "Love Me Tonight" - it's incredibly witty, funny, tuneful and delightful nm - Ann 01:57 pm EDT 08/25/21

I believe it was a term of endearment back then. I think Rodgers, Hart, and Chevalier immortalized the word with the song in Love Me Tonight, and it became one of Chevalier's signature songs. Jule Styne used the word in a song in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and then made a reference to Chevalier's use of it in a song from Do Re Mi.
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