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Im An Ordinary Man - Rex Harrison, Julie Andrews - My Fair Lady (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Rex Harrison - I’m An Ordinary Man Lyrics. PICKERING: Higgins, forgive the bluntness, But if I'm to be in this business I shall feel responsible for the girl. I hope it's clearly unde. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Rex Harrison - My Fair Lady Album Lyrics; 1. I’m An Ordinary Man: 2.
  2. I'm An Ordinary Man. Made in Japan! With A Little Bit Of Luck. Just You Wait. Without You. Details about My Fair Lady REX HARRISON JULIE Andrews CD Early Japan Pressing COLUMBIA CK Rex Harrison,Julie Andrews,My Fair Lady,Vinyl lp,Columbia Masterworks,OL Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. I'm an Ordinary Man This song is by Rex Harrison and appears on the musical soundtrack My Fair Lady ().
  4. Suave Rex Harrison, wonderful Julie Andrews and a host of other marvellous characters! My old LP record, bought more than thirty years ago, was damaged and I decided I couldn't be without it. As an added bonus, the CD has archived interviews with the stars /5(59).
  5. I'm an Ordinary Man (From "My Fair Lady"), a song by Rex Harrison on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
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  7. Lyrics to 'I'm An Ordinary Man' by My Fair Lady: Well after all, Pickering, I'm an ordinary man, who desires nothing more than just an ordinary chance to live exactly as he likes, and do precisely what he wants. An average man am I, of no eccentric whim, who likes to live his life free of strife.
  8. I'm an Ordinary Man Lyrics: Well after all, Pickering / I'm an ordinary man / Who desires nothing more than an ordinary chance / To live exactly as he likes / And do precisely what he wants / An.