Host: Mary Lou Metzger with guest, Ralna English
Original Air Date: June 12, 1971

The band and singers open this show and set the theme with “Everything’s Coming Up Roses.” Ken Delo sings “Red Roses for a Blue Lady,” and Guy Hovis and Ralna English take us down that “Primrose Lane.” Dick Dale, Gail Farrell and the group are asking for “One Dozen Roses.”

01. Everything’s Coming Up Roses - orchestra intro., Gail, Ralna,Salli,
                                                                     Sandi, Tanya, Cissy, Mary Lou, Arthur,
                                                                     Guy, Ken, Jimmy, Dick, Bobby, Joe

02. Rambling Rose - Clay Hart, also on guitar with Buddy Merrill on steel guitar

03. Moonlight and Roses - orchestra

04. Red Roses For a Blue Lady - Ken Delo

05. Primrose Lane - Guy Hovis and Ralna English

06. Rose Room - Peanuts Hucko on clarinet, with Johnny Klein on drums

07. My Wild Irish Rose - Joe Feeney, with Bob Ralston on piano

08. To a Wild Rose - orchestra, featuring Barney Liddell on trombone

09. Only a Rose - Norma Zimmer

10. Yellow Rose of Texas - Myron Floren on accordion,
                                                  danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

11. San Antonio Rose - danced by Arthur Duncan

12. I Wish You Love - Tanya Falan

13. Mighty Like a Rose - Charlotte Harris on cello and Bob Ralston on organ

14. Rose of Washington Square - Dick Dale, Dave Edwards, Bob Davis,
                                                              Russ Klein on saxophone and
                                                              Peanuts Hucko on clarinet

15. Rose Garden - Sandi Griffiths and Salli Flynn

16. Days of Wine and Roses - danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

17. Rose of Rio Grande - Bob Lido and Mary Lou Metzger, with
                                               Charlie Parlato on trumpet, Russ Klein
                                               on saxophone, Richard Maloof on tuba,
                                               Jack Imel on drums and Bob Havens
                                               on trombone

18. Southern Roses - danced by Lawrence Welk and Cissy King

19. Mexicali Rose - Jimmy Roberts with friend

20. One Dozen Roses - Dick Dale and Gail Farrell, with Joe, Arthur,Ken,
                                            Bobby, Guy, Sandi, Salli, Ralna, Cissy, Tanya,
                                            Mary Lou, Norma