The Coconut Girl Lyrics

1963 Broadway
The Girl Who Came to Supper the Musical - The Coconut Girl Lyrics


Music and lyrics by Noël Coward.

I am known as the Coconut Girl
Though my intimate friends call me Tina,
I'd be more contented
If dad hadn't rented
Quite such a grand place as the Villa Marina,
The style is ornate,
There's lots of gold plate
And my bathroom is mother of pearl,
But beneath all this show
I should like you to know
That I'm simply, just simply,
The Coconut Girl.


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The Girl Who Came to Supper the Musical Lyrics

SYNOPSIS
Long Live the King (If He Can)
When Foreign Princes Come to Visit Us
Sir or Ma'am
Soliloquies
London is a Little Bit of All Right
What Ho, Mrs. Brisket
Don't Take Our Charlie for the Army
Saturday Night at the Rose and Crown
Here and Now
Coronation Chorale
Curt, Clear and Concise
Welcome to Pootzie Van Doyle
The Coconut Girl
Paddy MacNeill and His Automobile
Six Lillies of the Valley
The Walla Walla Boola
This Time It's True Love
I'll Remember Her