You Did It

Audrey Hepburn

Tonight, old man, you did it 
You did it...You did it 
You said that you would do it 
And indeed you did 
I thought that you would rue it 
I doubted you'd do it 
But now I must admit it 
That succeed you did 
You should get a medal 
Or be even made a knight 

It was nothing 
Really nothing 

All alone you hurdled 
Ev'ry obstacle in sight 

Now, wait...Now, wait 
Give credit where it's due 
A lot of the glory goes to you 

But you're the one who did it 
Who did it, who did it 
As sturdy as Gibraltar 
Not a second did you falter 
There's no doubt about it 
You did it 
I must have aged a year tonight 
At times I thought I'd die of fright 
Never was there a momentary lull 

Shortly after we came in 
I saw at once we'd easily win 
And after that I found it deadly dull 

You should have heard the ooh's and ah's 
Ev'ry one wondering who she was 

You'd think they'd never seen a lady before 

And when the Prince of Transylvania 
Asked to meet her 
And gave his arm to lead her to the floor 
I said to him: You did it 
You did it...You did it 
They thought she was ecstatic 
And so damned aristocratic 
And they never knew 
That you did it 

Thank Heavens for Zoltan Karparthy 
If it weren't for him I would have died of boredom 
He was there, all right 
And up to his old tricks 

Mrs. Pearce 
That dreadful Hungarian 
Was he there 

That blackguard who uses the science of speech 
More to blackmail and swindle than teach 
He made it the devilish business of his 
"To find out who this Miss Doolittle is" 
Ev'ry time we looked around 
There he was, that hairy hound 
From Budapest 
Never leaving us alone 
Never have I ever known 
A ruder pest 
Fin'lly I decided it was foolish 
Not to let him have his chance with her 
So I stepped aside and let him dance with her 
Oozing charm from ev'ry pore 
He oiled his way around the floor 
Ev'ry trick that he could play 
He used to strip her mask away 
And when at last the dance was done 
He glowed as if he knew he'd won 
And with a voice to eager 
And a smile too broad 
He announced to the hostess 
That she was a fraud 

Mrs. Pearce 

Ja wohl 
Her English is too good, he said 
Which clearly indicates that she is foreign 
Whereas others are instructed in their native language 
English people aren't 
And although she may have studied with an expert 
Di'lectician and grammarian 
I can tell that she was born Hungarian 
Not only Hungarian, but of royal blood 
She is a princess 

Congratulations, Professor Higgins 
For your glorious victory 
Congratulations, Professor Higgins 
You'll be mentioned in history 

Rest of Servants (Simultaneously) Congratulations 
Professor Higgins 
For your glorious 
Professor Higgins 
Sing hail and hallelujah 
Ev'ry bit of credit 
For it all belongs to you 

Footman (Simultaneously with Rest of Servants) This evening, sir, you did it 
You did it...You did it 
You said that you would do it 
And indeed you did 
This evening, sir, you did it 
You did it...You did it 
We know that we have said it 
But-you did it and the credit 
For it all belongs to you
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