21 Oct 1964(26 Songs)
Marni Nixon, Rex Harrison & Wilfrid Hyde-White - My Fair Lady (Original Soundtrack)
This song is played during the opening credits.
00:10 Henry Higgins sings about how men and women butcher the English language.
00:14 Eliza wanders around the square singing about what she wants out of life.
00:21 Characters move around the square, getting into position, then begin selling their wares.
Rex Harrison, André Previn & Orchestra - My Fair Lady (Original Soundtrack)
00:40 Higgins sings to Col. Pickering about what happens if you let a woman in your life.
00:45 Alfred Doolittle and some of his friends sing about work, drinking, women, and raising children.
01:00 Eliza sings about her frustrations with Higgins after one of his "lessons".
01:06 The servants sing about "poor Professor Higgins" and Eliza's lessons. They eventually declare they'll quit if he doesn't stop.
01:13 Eliza finally "gets it". She is able to enunciate properly for the first time and sings about it.
01:17 Eliza is so excited she can't sleep, so she sings to the servants and dances with her pillow.
01:21 All of the rich people at the Ascot horse races sing an ironic song about how exciting the races are.
André Previn, Chorus & Orchestra - My Fair Lady (Original Soundtrack)
01:30 A reprise of the earlier "Ascot Gavotte", ending with Eliza screaming at a horse named Dover.
01:34 Freddy Eynsford-Hill shows up to give Eliza flowers and sings about how wonderful it is just to be on the street where Eliza is staying.
01:41 Instrumental music that plays during the intermission.
01:47 This song plays as the Queen and Prince of Transylvania enter the ball.
01:50 This song plays as Eliza dances with the Prince of Transylvania, Prof. Higgins, and eventually, Prof. Zoltan Karpathy.
01:53 Col. Pickering and the servants congratulate Prof. Higgins on how well Eliza did at the ball, while Eliza wonders what's to become of her.
Marni Nixon, André Previn & Orchestra - My Fair Lady (Original Soundtrack)
02:06 Eliza sings, through her tears, about how upset she is with Professor Higgins.
André Previn, Bill Shirley & Orchestra - My Fair Lady (Original Soundtrack)
02:07 Freddy sings this again while waiting in front of Eliza's house.
02:09 Freddy sings about how much he loves Eliza while she responds about how tired she is of mere words from him and Prof. Higgins.
02:19 Alfred, now a "gentleman", is about to get married, and he goes out for one more night on the town.
02:27 Higgins sings, asking Col. Pickering and Mrs. Pearce why women can't be more like men.
02:40 Eliza sings to Prof. Higgins about how both she and the rest of the world can go on just fine without him.
02:44 Walking home, Higgins realizes how much he misses Eliza, but then he decides he'll never take her back even if she does return.
02:50 Prof. Higgins listens to a recording of Eliza. She shows up, they greet each other, and the credits roll.
02:52 This song plays during the ending credits.
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