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Username: Aristocles
Gender: Male
Age: 108
Sexual Preference: Straight
Favorite Food: I do not play favorites with my food
Automobile: Yes, when my parents let me have the keys
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M.C.: [Singing]

Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Fremder, Etranger, Stranger,
Glucklich zu sehen,
Je suis enchante,
Happy to see you,
Bleibe, reste, stay.
Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Im Cabaret, Au Cabaret, To Cabaret!

M.C.: [Speaking]

Meine Damen und Herren,
Mes dames et Messieurs,
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Comment ca va?
Do you feel good?
Ich bin euer Conferencier!
I am you host!
Und sagen.

M.C.: [Singing]

Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Im Cabaret, Au Cabaret, To Cabaret!

M.C.: [Speaking]

Leave your troubles outside.
So life is disappointing, forget it!
In here life is beautiful.
The girls are beautiful.
Even the orchestra is beautiful.

[The Band plays]

M.C.: [Speaking]

And now presenting the cabaret girls!
Heidi, Kristina, Mouzy, Helga, Betty und Ingrid.
Each and everyone a virgin--
You don't believe me,
Well, do not take my word for it,
Go ahead, ask Helga!
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

Outside it is winter, but here it is so hot
Every night we have to battle to keep the
girls from taking off all their clothing
So don't go away ...
who knows tonight we may lose the battle
Ha ha ha ha ha ha

GIRLS: [Singing]

Glucklich zu sehen,
Je suis enchante,
Happy to see you--

[Girls Dance]

GIRLS: [Singing]

Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Im Cabaret, Au Cabaret, To Cabaret!

ALL: (whispering)

M.C. [Speaking to introduce the other players]
GIRLS: [Singing in background]

Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!

Fremder, Etranger, Stranger,

M.C. [Speaking]:
Hello stranger

GIRLS: [Singing]

Glucklich zu sehen,
Je suis enchante,
Enchante, Madame!

COMPANY: [Singing]

Happy to see you,
Bleibe, reste, stay.
Wir sagen
Willkommen! Bienvenue! Welcome!
Im Cabaret! ...
Au Cabaret! ...
To Cabaret! ...





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[SALLY]
Money!
[EMCEE]
Money!
[BOTH]
Money makes the world go around
The world go around
The world go around
Money makes the world go around
It makes the world go 'round.
[SALLY & EMCEE (In canon)
A mark, a yen, a buck, or a pound
A buck or a pound
A buck or a pound
Is all that makes the world go around,
That clinking clanking sound
Can make the world go 'round.

[BOTH]
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money

[EMCEE]
If you happen
To be rich,
[SALLY]
.......Ooooh
[EMCEE]
And you feel like a
Night's enetertainment,
[SALLY]
...Money
[EMCEE]
You can pay for a
Gay escapade.
[SALLY]
Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money
[EMCEE]
If you happen to
To be rich,
[SALLY]
.......Ooooh
[EMCEE]
And alone, and you
Need a companion
[SALLY]
...Money
[EMCEE]
You can ring-ting-
A-ling for the maid.
[EMCEE]
If you happen
To be rich
[SALLY]
.....Ooooh
[EMCEE]
And you find you are
Left by your lover,
[SALLY]
...Money
[EMCEE]
Though you moan
And you groan
Quite a lot,
[SALLY]
Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money
[EMCEE]
You can take it
On the chin,
[SALLY]
.....Ooooh
[EMCEE]
Call a cab,
And begin
[SALLY]
...Money
[EMCEE]
To recover
On your fourteen-
Carat yacht.

[BOTH]
Money makes the world go around,
The world go around,
The world go around,
Money makes the world go around,
Of that we can be sure.
(....) on being poor.

[BOTH]
Money money money-
money money money
Money money money-
money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money

[DANCE BREAK]

[EMCEE AND SALLY (In Canon)]
If you haven't any coal in the stove
And you freeze in the winter
And you curse on the wind
At your fate
When you haven't any shoes
On your feet
And your coat's thin as paper
And you look thirty pounds
Underweight.
When you go to get a word of advice
From the fat little pastor
He will tell you to love evermore.
But when hunger comes a rap,
Rat-a-tat, rat-a-tat at the window...

[EMCEE]
At the window...

[SALLY (spoken)]
Who's there?

[EMCEE (spoken)]
Hunger!

[SALLY (Spoken)]
Ooh, hunger!

See how love flies out the door...
For

[BOTH]
Money makes
The world...
[BOTH]
...Go around
[BOTH]
The world...
[BOTH]
...Go around
[BOTH]
The world...
[BOTH]
...Go around
[BOTH]
Money makes the
.... Go around
[BOTH]
...Go around

That clinking
Clanking sound of
Money money money money money money
Money money money money money money

[BOTH]
Get a little,
Money money
Get a little,
Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money
Money money

[EMCEE]
Mark, a yen, a buck
[GIRLS]
Get a little
[EMCEE]
Or a pound
[GIRLS]
Get a little
[EMCEE]
That clinking clanking
[GIRLS]
Get a little
Get a little

[EMCEE]
Clinking sound

[SALLY]
Money money
Money money...

[EMCEE]
Is all that makes
The world go 'round

[SALLY
Money money
Money money

It makes the world go round!

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Meaning of Life: Doing the best you can at what you enjoy most doing without doing harm to yourself or others.
Five Things I Can't Live Without: [1] cannot live without air for more than three minutes.
[2] cannot live without shelter for more than three hours in extreme temperatures.
[3] cannot live without water for more than three days.
[4] cannot live without food for more than three weeks.
[5] cannot live without sleep for more than three hundred hours.


Favorite Books:
  1. Chandler, Raymond. Bay City Blues (1938)
  2. Chandler, Raymond. Farewell, My Lovely (1940)
  3. Chandler, Raymond. Finger Man (1934)
  4. Chandler, Raymond. Five Murderers [Collection] (1944)
  5. Chandler, Raymond. Five Sinister Characters [Collection] (1945)
  6. Chandler, Raymond. Goldfish (1936)
  7. Chandler, Raymond. Guns at Cyrano's (1936)
  8. Chandler, Raymond. I'll Be Waiting (1939)
  9. Chandler, Raymond. Killer in the Rain (1935)
  10. Chandler, Raymond. Killer in the Rain [Collection] (1964)
  11. Chandler, Raymond. Mandarin's Jade (1937)
  12. Chandler, Raymond. Nevada Gas (1935)
  13. Chandler, Raymond. No Crime in the Mountains (1941)
  14. Chandler, Raymond. Pearls Are a Nuisance (1939)
  15. Chandler, Raymond. Pickup on Noon Street (1936)
  16. Chandler, Raymond. Pick-Up on Noon Street [Collection] (1953)
  17. Chandler, Raymond. Playback (1958)
  18. Chandler, Raymond. Red Wind (1938)
  19. Chandler, Raymond. Red Wind [Collection] (1946)
  20. Chandler, Raymond. Smart-Aleck Kill (1934)
  21. Chandler, Raymond. Spanish Blood (1935)
  22. Chandler, Raymond. Spanish Blood [Collection] (1946)
  23. Chandler, Raymond. The Big Sleep (1939)
  24. Chandler, Raymond. The Curtain (1936)
  25. Chandler, Raymond. The Finger Man and Other Stories [Collection] (1946)
  26. Chandler, Raymond. The High Window (1943)
  27. Chandler, Raymond. The King in Yellow (1938)
  28. Chandler, Raymond. The Lady in the Lake [novel] (1944)
  29. Chandler, Raymond. The Lady in the Lake [story] (1939)
  30. Chandler, Raymond. The Little Sister (1949)
  31. Chandler, Raymond. The Long Goodbye (1953)
  32. Chandler, Raymond. The Man Who Liked Dogs (1936)
  33. Chandler, Raymond. The Raymond Chandler Omnibus (1953)
  34. Chandler, Raymond. The Simple Art of Murder (1950)
  35. Chandler, Raymond. The Simple Art of Murder [Collection] (1950) [dir]
  36. Chandler, Raymond. Trouble is My Business (1939)
  37. Chandler, Raymond. Trouble is My Business [Collection] (1950) [dir]
  38. Chandler, Raymond. Try the Girl (1937)
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