If you're a fan of dry wit, linguistics, spirited female leads, and unlikely romances, chances are you've committed a good chunk of the My Fair Lady soundtrack to memory. Whether you saw the show live or have re-watched the film starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison a thousand times, you're well aware of the charm of the Pygmalion-inspired Broadway classic. In fact, even if you only have passing familiarity with My Fair Lady, you almost certainly know a few songs simply from pop culture. Who could forget Family Guy's Stewie Griffin - whose voice is based on Harrison - belting out a full rendition of "I've Grown Accustom To Her Face"? Which My Fair Lady songs are the best? Here, you'll find all the My Fair Lady songs, ranked by your votes! Decide on the most singable songs of the show below.
It's hard to choose just one song considering just how enjoyable the musical is. "I Could Have Danced All Night”, a celebratory song were Eliza Doolittle shares her thoughts on her time with Henry Higgins, is certainly one of the most well known. Eliza famously rids herself of her Cockney accent in the song “The Rain in Spain." “Get Me to the Church on Time" is a jaunty, playful song that often crops up at weddings. Which would you personally include on a My Fair Lady playlist?
Do you have a favorite song from My Fair Lady? Give the best tunes a thumbs up below!
I Could Have Danced All Night
Wouldn't It Be Loverly
On the Street Where You Live
Get Me to the Church on Time
I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face
The Rain in Spain
With a Little Bit of Luck
Just You Wait
Why Can't the English
On the Street Where You Live (Reprise)
I'm an Ordinary Man
A Hymn to Him
Just You Wait (Reprise)
You Did It
With a Little Bit of Luck (Reprise)
The Flower Market/Wouldn't It Be Loverly? (Reprise)
The Servants' Chorus (Poor Professor Higgins)