“Keep A Song In Your Heart"

Host:  Bobby Burgess

Original Air Date:  January 13, 1968


"Put on a Happy Face" - Jo Ann, Dick, Cissy, Bobby, Natalie, Jack, Tanya, Steve

"My Wonderful One" - Norma Zimmer and Jimmy Roberts

"Easy to Love" - orchestra

"Watch What Happens" - Tanya Falan

"The Warsaw Concerto" - danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King, with Bob Ralston at the piano

"I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" - Sandi Jensen and Salli Flynn

"I Love to Tell the Story" - Natalie Nevins, with Joe, Cissy, Andra, Sandi, Salli, Steve, Larry, Jimmy, Dick

"Walkin’ Happy" - Bob Lido, sung and danced by Arthur Duncan, Bobby Burgess and Jack Imel

"The Song is You" - Joe Feeney, with Frank Scott at the piano

"Blue Velvet" - Steve Smith, with Norma Zimmer, Charlie Parlato, Curt Ramsey and Dick Cathcart

"Baby Face" - Jo Ann Castle at the ragtime piano, with Johnny Klein on drums

"Stephen Foster Medley: Oh! Susanna/ Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)/ My Old Kentucky Home/ Camptown Races/ Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair/ Beautiful Dreamer"

"The Old Refrain" - Joe Livoti on violin, with Frank Scott at the piano

"Walkin’ on New Grass" - Lynn Anderson

"Love is Just Around the Corner" - Frank Scott on harpsichord, Neil Levang on guitar, Johnny Klein on drums, Richard Maloof on bass

"Me and You and the Moon" - Dick Dale and Andra Willis

"When Day is Done" - Norma Zimmer

"Runnin’ Wild" - danced by Arthur Duncan

"Beer Barrel Polka" - Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle on accordions