Song: “Sisters”

Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen play two “chanteuses,” the Haynes sisters, who light up a nightclub stage in White Christmas. It’s such a sparkling number – clever lyrics, attractive women, and Edith Head’s ab/fab costumes—that who cares if Vera-Ellen’s voice was dubbed? The year was 1954 and all was well with the world

Sisters, Sisters
There were never such devoted sisters
Never had to have a chaperone, "No, sir,"
I'm there to keep my eye on her

Caring, sharing
Every little thing that we are wearing
When a certain gentleman arrived from Rome
She wore the dress and I stayed home

All kinds of weather
We stick together
The same in the rain or sun
Two diff'rent faces
But in tight places
We think and we act as one

Those who've seen us
Know that not a thing could come between us
Many men have tried to split us up but no one can

Lord help the mister
Who comes between me and my sister
And Lord help the sister
Who comes between me and my man

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