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Casablanca 7 songs and lyrics Each of us has a destiny

with movie-film related dialogues; As time goes by written by lifelong bachelor Herman Hupfeld and performed by Dooley Wilson (piano dubbed by Elliot Carpenter) is number 2 on the American Film Institute's 100 Songs list of all time; the song stayed on radio's "Hit Parade" for 21 weeks. In a 1943 interview, Max Steiner admitted that the song "must have had something to attract so much attention".





 
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Another famous Casablanca song is Knock on Wood, music by M.K. Jerome, lyrics by Jack Scholl, played and sung by Dooley Wilson and band. Dooley Wilson (Sam) was a professional drummer who faked playing the piano (the piano playing was actually a recording of a performance by Elliot Carpenter who was playing behind a curtain such that Dooley could watch and copy his hand movements). Duel of the Casablanca songs The iconic sequence from Casablanca is the "duel of the songs" at Rick's Cafe Americain between "La Marseillaise" (written by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle, arranged by Max Steiner, sung by /Madeleine LeBeau (Yvonne) and other Frenchmen at Rick's - used to represent the Allies) and "German National Anthem (Das Lied der Deutschen)" (music by Joseph Haydn, lyrics by August Heinrich Hoffman von Fallersleben, arranged by Max Steiner, sung a cappella by Germans at Rick's). Tango Delle Rose - The Song of the Rose A beautiful song from Casablanca is Tango Delle Rose (The Song of the Rose) written by Filippo Schreier and Aldo Bottero, performed by Corinna Mura - vocal and guitar.
Other Casablanca songs in the film include "It Had to Be You" (music by Isham Jones, lyrics by Gus Kahn, performed by Dooley Wilson), "Shine" (music by Ford Dabney, lyrics by Lew Brown and Cecil Mack, performed by Dooley Wilson - piano and vocal), "Avalon" (music and lyrics by Al Jolson, Buddy DeSylva and Vincent Rose), "Die Wacht Am Rhein" (music by Karl Wilhelm, lyrics by Max Schneckenburger, arranged by Max Steiner, sung a cappella by Germans at Rick's), "Dat's What Noah Done" (music by M.K. Jerome, lyrics by Jack Scholl, performed by Dooley Wilson with piano accompaniment).
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Image from Casablanca 7 movie-film 1941 - I love you very much, my dear From Casablanca 7 movie-film 1941 - I love you very much, my dear. Yes, I know. Victor, whatever I do, will you believe that I? You don't even have to say it. I'll believe.   You have to think for both of us I ran away from you once. I can't do it again. Oh, I don't know what's right any longer. You have to think for both of us. For all of us.   Each of us has a destiny. For good, or for evil. Like a man who's trying to convince himself of something he doesn't believe in his heart. Each of us has a destiny. For good, or for evil.

Casablanca 7 movie lines
Our faithful friend is still there. Please don't go to the underground meeting tonight. I must. Besides, it isn't often that a man gets to display heroics before his wife. Don't joke. After Major Strasser's warning tonight, I'm frightened. Tell you the truth, I'm frightened too. Shall I remain here in a hotel room, hiding? Or shall I carry on the best I can? Whatever I'd say, you would carry on. Victor, why don't you tell me about Rick? What did you find out? Apparently he has the letters. Yes? But no intention of selling them. You'd think if sentiment wouldn't persuade him, money would. Did he give any reason? He suggested I ask you. Ask me? Yes, he said, Ask your wife. I don't know why he said that. Well, our friend outside will think we've retired by now. I'll be going in a few minutes. Ilsa, I Yes? When I was in the concentration camp were you lonely in Paris? Yes, Victor, I was. I know how it is to be lonely. Is there anything you wish to tell me? No, Victor, there isn't. I love you very much, my dear. Yes, I know. Victor, whatever I do, will you believe that I? You don't even have to say it. I'll believe. Good night, dear. Good night. Victor. Yes, dear? Be careful. Of course I'll be careful. Well, you are in pretty good shape, Herr Rick. How long can I afford to stay closed? Two weeks, maybe three. Maybe I won't have to. A bribe has worked before. In the meantime, everybody stays on salary. Thank you, Herr Rick. Sascha will be happy to hear it. I owe him money. You finish locking up, will you, Carl? I will. Then I am going to the meeting Don't tell me where you're going. I won't. Good night. Good night, Mr. Rick. How did you get in? The stairs from the street. I told you this morning you'd come around, but this is ahead of schedule. Well, won't you sit down? Richard, I had to see you. Richard again. We're back in Paris. Your visit isn't connected by any chance with the letters of transit? Seems as long as I have those letters I'll never be lonely. Ask any price you want, but you must give me the letters. I went all through that with your husband. It's no deal. I know how you feel about me but put your feelings aside for something more important. I have to hear again what a great man your husband is what an important cause he's fighting for? It was your cause too. In your own way, you were fighting for the same thing. I'm not fighting for anything anymore except myself. I'm the only cause I'm interested in. We loved each other once. If those days meant anything at all to you I wouldn't bring up Paris if I were you. It's poor salesmanship. Listen to me. If you knew what really happened, if you only knew the truth I wouldn't believe you no matter what you said. You'd say anything now to get what you want. You want to feel sorry for yourself, don't you? With so much at stake all you can think of is your feelings. One woman has hurt you and you take your revenge on the rest of the world. You're a coward and a weakling. No. Oh, Richard. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, but you are our last hope. If you don't help us, Victor Laszlo will die in Casablanca. What of it? I'm going to die in Casablanca. It's a good spot for it. Now, if you'll All right. I tried to reason with you. I tried everything. Now, I want those letters. Get them for me. I don't have to. I got them right here. Put them on the table. No. For the last time, put them on the table. If Laszlo and the cause mean so much to you, you won't stop at anything. All right, I'll make it easier for you. Go ahead and shoot. You'll be doing me a favor. Richard I tried to stay away. I thought I would never see you again. That you were out of my life. The day you left Paris if you knew what I went through. If you knew how much I loved you. How much I still love you. And then? It wasn't long after we were married that Victor went back to Czechoslovakia. They needed him in Prague, but there the Gestapo were waiting for him. Just a twoline item in the paper: Victor Laszlo apprehended. Sent to concentration camp. I was frantic. For months I tried to get word. Then it came. He was dead. Shot trying to escape. I was lonely. I had nothing, not even hope. Then I met you. Why weren't you honest with me? Why'd you keep your marriage a secret? It wasn't my secret, Richard. Victor wanted it that way. Not even our closest friends knew about our marriage. That was his way of protecting me. I knew so much about his work. If the Gestapo found out I was his wife it would be dangerous for me and for those working with us. And when did you first find out he was alive? Just before you and I were to leave Paris together. A friend came and told me that Victor was alive. They were hiding him in a freight car on the outskirts of Paris. He was sick. He needed me. I wanted to tell you, but I didn't dare. I knew you wouldn't have left Paris, and the Gestapo would have caught you. Well well, you know the rest. Well, it's still a story without an ending. What about now? Now? I don't know. I know that I'll never have the strength to leave you again. And Laszlo? You'll help him now, Richard, won't you? You'll see that he gets out. Then he'll have his work. All that he's been living for. All except one. He won't have you. I can't fight it anymore. I ran away from you once. I can't do it again. Oh, I don't know what's right any longer. You have to think for both of us. For all of us. All right. I will. Here's looking at you, kid. I wish I didn't love you so much. I think we lost them. Yes. I'm afraid they caught some of the others. Come inside. Come, Mr. Laszlo, I will help you immediately. Thank you. Carl, what happened? The police break up our meeting, Herr Rick. We escaped at the last moment. Come up here a minute. Yes, I come. Turn out the light in the rear entrance. It might attract the police. But Sascha always puts out that light. Tonight he forgot. Yes, I come. I will do it. I want you to take Miss Lund home. Yes, sir. It's nothing, just a little cut. We had to get through a window. This might come in handy. Thank you. Had a close one, eh? Yes, rather. Don't you sometimes wonder if it's worth all this? I mean, what you're fighting for. We might as well question why we breathe. If we stop breathing, we'll die. If we stop fighting our enemies, the world will die. What of it? Then it'll be out of its misery. You know how you sound, Monsieur Blaine? Like a man who's trying to convince himself of something he doesn't believe in his heart. Each of us has a destiny. For good, or for evil. I get the point. I wonder if you do. I wonder if you know that you're trying to escape from yourself and that you'll never succeed. You seem to know all about my destiny. I know a good deal more about you than you suspect. I know that you're in love with a woman. It's perhaps a strange circumstance that we both should be in love with the same woman. The first evening I came into this cafe I knew there was something between you and Ilsa. Since no one is to blame I demand no explanation. I ask only one thing. You won't give me the letters of transit. All right. But I want my wife to be safe. I ask you as a favor to use the letters to take her away from Casablanca. You love her that much? Apparently you think of me only as the leader of a cause. Well, I am also a human being. Yes, I love her that much. Monsieur Laszlo? Yes? You'll come with us. We have a warrant for your arrest. On what charge? Captain Renault will discuss that with you later. It seems that destiny has taken a hand. You haven't any proof, and you know it. This isn't Germany or occupied France. All you can do is fine him and give him 30 days. You might as well let him go now. I'd advise you not to be too interested in what happens to Laszlo. If you were to help him escape What makes you think I'd stick my neck out for Laszlo?

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Casablanca (1942)
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  1 I found myself much more reasonable
1 I found myself much more reasonable
  2 I came to Casablanca for the waters
2 I came to Casablanca for the waters
  3 welcome you to Casablanca
3 welcome you to Casablanca
  4 Here's looking at you kid
4 Here's looking at you kid
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  5 Even when I knew you in Paris
5 Even when I knew you in Paris
  6 I never was much of a businessman
6 I never was much of a businessman
  7 Each of us has a destiny
7 Each of us has a destiny
  8 The beginning of a beautiful friendship
8 The beginning of a beautiful friendship