Who Sang Personality? Ann-Margret & Al Hirt

Al Hirt Beauty and the Beard cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1999
length: 3:15
producer: Stephen H. Sholes
conductor: Marty Paich
engineer: Al Schmitt
arranger: Marty Paich
lyricist: Johnny Burke
composer: Jimmy Van Heusen
When Madam Pompadour was on a ballroom floor
Said all the gentlemen "Obviously,"
"The madam has the cutest personality"

And think of all the books about Du Barry's looks
What was it made her the toast of Paree?
She had a well-developed personality

(What did Romeo see in Juliet?)
(Or Figaro in Figarette?)
(Or Jupiter in Juno?)
You know!

And when Salome danced and had the boys entranced
No doubt it must have been easy to see
That she knew how to use her personality

(A girl can learn to spell and take dictation well)
(And never sit on the boss's left knee)
(Unless she's got a perfect personality)

(A girl can get somewhere in spite of stringy hair)
(Or even just a bit bowed at the knee)
(If she can show a faultless personality)

Why are certain girls offered certain things
Like sable coats and wedding rings?
By men who wear their spats right?
(That's right!)

(So don'tcha say "I'm smart and have the kindest heart"
(Or "what a wonderful sister I'd be")
Just tell me how you like my
Mercer> "Rufff!!

Baby, you've got the cutest

CD 1
  • 1 Personality
  • 2 'Tain't What You Do (It's the Way That You Do It)
  • 3 Bill Bailey
  • 4 My Baby Just Cares for Me
  • 5 Everybody Loves My Baby
  • 6 Little Boy
  • 7 The Best Man
  • 8 Ma (He's Making Eyes at Me)
  • 9 Mutual Admiration Society
  • 10 Row, Row, Row
  • 11 Baby, It's Cold Outside
  • 12 Just Because