wash that man right outta my hair

poweryarncats  asked:

"Angry Women"


Angry Women
1. Get Out and Stay Out from 9 to 5
2. I Dismiss You from The Pirate Queen
3. Cell Block Tango from Chicago
4. Forget About The Boy from Thoroughly Modern Millie
5. What Did I Ever See In Him? from Bye Bye Birdie
6. Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair from South Pacific
7. Stepsister’s Lament from Cinderella
8. I Hate Men from Kiss Me, Kate
9. Burn from Hamilton
10. Adelaide’s Lament from Guys and Dolls
11. No More Wasted Time from If/Then
12. Mein Herr from Cabaret
13. See I’m Smiling from The Last Five Years
14. Wherever He Ain’t from Mack and Mabel
15. Requiem from Dear Evan Hansen
16. Take Me or Leave Me from Rent
17. No Good Deed from Wicked
18. I Resolve from She Loves Me
19. Legally Blonde (Remix) from Legally Blonde
20. I Didn’t Plan It from Waitress

(I probably have more but I’ll cap it at 20)


21. Show Me from My Fair Lady
22. So Long Dearie from Hello, Dolly!

okay I’m done now

For @pluckyredhead​, who wanted Foggy babysitting Dani Cage-Jones (Sorry this is so late!)

Danielle Cage-Jones sat on Foggy’s stomach and bopped him repeatedly on the chest with a CD case, giggling the whole time.

“Hello,” Foggy sang, but laughing too hard made his voice wobble, “My name is Elder Price.”

He was on his back on the living room floor, CD cases and inserts scattered around him. Dani screeched with laughter and shook the case in her tiny fist. The corner swung perilously close to her own face, so he took it from her. “Actually, maybe Book of Mormon is a bit too old for you.”

Foggy lifted Dani off and butt-scooched over to the laptop. “Here’s something you might like.” He hit the play button.

“Geese and ducks and chicks better scurry,” he sang along while Dani bounced and boogied in his arms, “when I get you out in the surrey, when I take you out in the surrey with the fringe on top. Can you say Surrey with the Fringe on Top?”

“Frurry!” Dani screamed.

“Close enough,” Foggy laughed, and broke into his best rendition of Magic To Do.

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anonymous asked:

what already existing songs from other musicals would suit a pride and prejudice musical?

(◡‿◡✿)  You, sir, madam, both or neither, have been reading my tags. I don’t know if I should feel pleased or scared for the both of us.

Nonetheless, thanks for sending this as I am musical theatre trash.

  • Matchmaker-Fiddler On The Roof (does this one really need explaining. sisters. marriage. a “cynical” one)
  • Wouldn’t It Be Loverly-My Fair Lady (could be a solo for Jane or Lizzy, but it shows the class difference)
  • Honour To Us All-Mulan (it is a truth universally known that Mrs. Bennet is nuts)
  • Shall We Dance-The King and I (could I be any obvious)
  • A Heart Full of Love-Les Miserables (for Jane and Bingley)
  • What Is This Feeling?-Wicked (Darcy will be Galinda.)
  • Look At Me, I’m Sandra Dee Lizzie B.-Grease (in which Caroline is a bitch)
  • Thank Heaven For Little Girls-Gigi (it’s a whole other creepy and perfect for Wickham)
  • I Can Hear The Bells-Hairspray (sung by a delusional Mr. Darcy at the Netherfield Ball) 
  • Me-Beauty And The Beast (listen to this one. it’s great. it’s infuriating and pathetic. but its great for Mr Collins)
  • I’m Not That Girl-Wicked (Caroline’s bitchy letter to Jane)
  • I Don’t Understand The Poor-Gentleman’s Guide To Love and Murder (Lady Catherine’s solo)
  • Any Moment-Into The Woods (”life is often so unpleasant you must know that as a peasant” is great for the proposal scene)
  • I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair-South Pacific
  • Agony-Into The Woods (picture it; Darcy and Bingley in that scene as the princes in the movie.)
  • We’re Okay-Rent (change some of the lyrics, but keep the denial)
  • I Won’t Say I’m In-love-Hercules (cue Pemberley)
  • A Boy Like That-West Side Story (everyone hates Wickham)
  • Love Is An Open Door-Frozen (fake love song for Lydia and Wickham)
  • Our Last Summer-Mamma Mia! (a sad, sad Lizzie. I mean how could I not. I had to put this one in.)
  • It Takes Two-Into The Woods (yaay. everyone is happy Jane is engaged! grEAT?)
  • All I Ask of You-Phantom of The Opera (ノ ◕ ‿  ◕ )ノ    ♡  ♡ ♡ ♡

If I ever have the chance of being approached by Cameron Mackintosh, I would totally write the book and lyrics for this. But seeing as that seems unlikely I’ll just wait for someone else to do it and download the soundtrack.

please feel free to add to this  (◡‿◡✿)

lovethybooty  asked:

In the fall, I'm going to be auditioning for The Pajama Game and I really want to be Babe (it is my senior year, PG is my faaaave, and Golden Age musicals in general are my niche lol). I was hoping you could help me find a song to audition with? I tried to look at your past recommendations, but the link for Babe wouldn't work on my laptop. Off the bat, I was thinking maybe I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair, but I'm not sure. I'm a soprano with a range of A3-D6, if that's any help.

hmm its an okay one! It may be overdone. Secret Love from Calamity Jane might be better! 

Quick Cottage Witch Banishing Spell

Banishing Spell -
1. Black candle (that needs to burn as long as you are doing the spell)
2. Something to clean (by hand) - dirty undies, dishes, your hair, the floor, etc.
3. Target’s name on a thin piece of paper (if it’s for a person/entity) or the emotion or energy you wish to cleanse.
4. A tag lock would also be nice for an entity, like a lock of hair, a personal item, blood, spit etc but their full name and maybe a nick name could be enough.
5. Salt, black pepper, garlic, lavender, lemon, etc whatever scent or herb you relate to cleansing negativity and banishing.
6. The tune to the song from South Pacific “I’m gonna wash that man right outta my hair” or another chant that works for you. (Could be “get the fuck out fucker” or “all negativity is banished”)

Step 1 - Fill your sink or bucket with hot soapy water! Use your herb or scent now. I added lavender hand soap to our regular dish washing soap, and some salt. You can add the herb, or essential oil to shampoo if you are washing your hair as well (like 1 or 2 drops) or use a soap that already has that scent or herb or correspondence. Or even burn some incense with that scent.

Step 2 - Add your dirty stuff and the target’s name on a piece of paper to your hot soapy water.

Step 3 - light your black candle and place on your hearth or an altar near the heart of your home/space (if you can). Place your tag lock item behind the candle so the candle is the closest thing to you.

Step 4 - Clean and chant. I hummed the song from above and chanted in my head - “I’m gonna wash that man right outta my life and send him on his way”. You can replace “man” with your target and “life” with whatever. I used “life” instead of “hair”. You can use “home” or “space” or whatever. Keep chanting and cleaning.

Step 5 - Keep chanting and cleansing as much as you feel in needed. Then clean up from your cleaning. The paper should have disclosed in your cleaning water. Send it down the garbage disposal or drain for extra oomph! If it’s not dissolved, you can retrieve it and flush it down the toilet, where all the other shit goes! Clean up around where your were cleaning. Wipe down counters with lemon scented spray, clean your sink out, add a pinch of salt to cleanse the negativity of the target out of your sing. Clean your cleansing tools - aka your hands or any rags/brushes. Once the area looks and feels clean again blow out your candle and/or incense if you used it.

Step 6 - Dispose of your tag lock. You can burn if in a fire safe dish. Or I added some salt to it and returned the hat, after I shook out the salt. Blow out your candle and sleep well knowing you cleaned up the mess your target made in your life.

I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair: a playlist for the independent woman from the ladies of the 1950s

i. The Lady Is A Tramp - Lena Horne | ii. Sway - Rosemary Clooney | iii. Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea - Lee Wiley | iv. S'wonderful - Julie London | v. Roll With Me Henry - Etta James | vi. Dreamboat - Alma Cogan | vii. He’s A Tramp - Peggy Lee | viii. Mambo Italiano - Rosemary Clooney | ix. Cheek To Cheek - Ella Fitzgerald | x. Fabulous - Alma Cogan | xi. Lucky Lips - Ruth Brown | xii. Shoo Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy - June Christy | xiii. Diamond’s Are A Girl’s Best Friend - Marilyn Monroe | xiv. Get Happy - Judy Garland | xv. Ten Cents A Dance - Doris Day


realityruinedmylifeandstuff  asked:

OMG SASHA I'M SCREAMING!!! didn't you predict the second little mix single was going to be a "wash that man right outta my hair" song??? It's LITERALLY CALLED "HAIR" with "gotta get him outta my hair" as the hook!!!!

Yeah, they teased that song a long time ago. So back then I figured it would play some role in the Zerrie endgame because time was running out (end of Modest’s contract) as far as obligating Zayn to cooperate. It just made sense. Seeing as how Zerrie was a totally manufactured mess of a fauxmance you have to think LMHQ was planning this months and months ahead of time. I got 2 out of  3 of my predictions right: 

  • Zerrie would end by the end of the year: ✓
  • “Hair” would be a LM post break-up song: ✓
  • Zerrie would end in a “we tried” kinda way: x

I’m still amazed Zayn was allowed to do the dumping. But since they tried to make him look bad with the whole dumped-via-text thing, I guess I shouldn’t be. Just thank everything that it’s finally over!

annalisedreamsofdisney  asked:

Self love/forgetting a fuckboy

Forget About The Boy from Thoroughly Modern Millie
Get Out And Stay Out from 9 to 5
Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair from South Pacific
I Dismiss You from The Pirate Queen
So Long Dearie from Hello, Dolly!
What Did I Ever See In Him? from Bye Bye Birdie
Wherever He Ain’t from Mack And Mabel
Without You from My Fair Lady
You Made Me Think You Were In Love from Song And Dance
Cell Block Tango from Chicago
I’ll Never Fall In Love Again from Promises, Promises
So Much Better from Legally Blonde
I Hate Men from Kiss Me Kate

thebroadwaygeek  asked:

The "well, screw you!" Playlist

  1. So Much Better from Legally Blonde
  2. Get Out and Stay Out from 9 to 5
  3. I Dismiss You from The Pirate Queen
  4. Defying Gravity from Wicked
  5. Everything’s Coming Up Roses from Gypsy
  6. Without You from My Fair Lady
  7. So Long Dearie from Hello, Dolly!
  8. I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair from South Pacific