A Rain Dance From Streisand, Patinkin and Brooks (Webway Wednesday)

Inside Track   A Rain Dance From Streisand, Patinkin and Brooks (Webway Wednesday)
You wouldn't know it from the soggy gloom brewing outside my window here in Manhattan, but spring apparently sprung last week! Meteorologist Sam Champion has promised that spring weather, in all its glory, would be shining down on us this weekend. Don't make a fool of Champion, weather gods!

I dedicate this week's WEBWAY WEDNESDAY to the songs of spring…my own digital rain dance.

Check out this vintage clip of Mandy Patinkin singing "Younger Than Springtime" from Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific.

Barbra Streisand uses her famous voice (and just-as-famous nails) to coax the springtime flowers to "come poke your head out, open up and spread out!" with "Hurry! It's Lovely Up Here" from On A Clear Day.

“Springtime for Hitler” from Mel Brooks' The Producers. Enough said.

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