In the 13th Show Tune Showdown, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Oliver! won the most showdowns - and the following songs will be moving on to Round 2:
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum's "Comedy Tonight", "Everybody Ought to Have a Maid", "Pretty Little Picture" and "Lovely"
Oliver's "Food, Glorious Food", "Where Is Love?", "I'd Do Anything" and "As Long As He Needs Me"
Little Me's "The Other Side of the Tracks", "Little Me" and "Here's to Us"
Stop the World – I Want to Get Off's "What Kind of Fool Am I?" and "Once in a Lifetime"
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying's "I Believe in You"
I Can Get It for You Wholesale's "Miss Marmelstein"
No Strings' "The Sweetest Sounds"
Carnival's "Love Makes the World Go 'Round (Theme From Carnival!)"
Milk and Honey's "Milk and Honey"
Subways Are for Sleeping's "Be a Santa"
PLEASE NOTE: The next Show Tune Showdown will be on Friday, May 4.
Now on to our 14th Show Tune Showdown, which takes us back to two Broadway seasons - 1979-80 and 1980-81 - when the following five musicals opened:
September 25, 1979 - June 26, 1983 (1,567 performances)
Revival: April 5, 2012 - Present (15 performances so far)
April 30, 1980 - May 16, 1982 (854 performances)
A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine
May 1, 1980 - September 27, 1981 (588 performances)
Bring Back Birdie
March 5, 1981 - March 7, 1981 (4 performances)
Woman of the Year
March 29, 1981 - March 13, 1983 (770 performances)
Now here are the competing show tunes - and if you're wondering how to judge each showdown, just ask yourself, "Which song do I enjoy listening to more?"
Evita's "Buenos Aires" (Patti LuPone performs on the 35th Annual Tony Awards on June 7, 1981)
Barnum's "Thank God I'm Old" (Terri White performs on the original Broadway cast recording)
Evita's "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" (Karen Carpenter performs on the 1977 album, Passage)
Barnum's "The Colors of My Life" (Jim Dale performs on the original Broadway cast recording)
Evita's "Rainbow High" (Patti LuPone performs on The Merv Griffin Show in 1980)
Barnum's "One Brick at a Time" (Glenn Close performs on the original Broadway cast recording)
Evita's "I'd Be Surprisingly Good For You" (Linda Lewis performs in 1979)
Woman of the Year's "One of the Boys" (Lauren Bacall performs on the original Broadway cast recording)
Evita's "High Flying Adored" (Ricky Martin and Elena Roger perform on Good Morning America on April 12, 2012)
Barnum's "There Is a Sucker Born Ev'ry Minute" (Raúl Esparza performs at Broadway Under The Stars in 2005)
Evita's "And the Money Kept Rolling In (And Out)" (Antonio Banderas performs on the 1996 film soundtrack)
Barnum's "Out There" (Michael Crawford performs during the 1986 UK Tour, which was recorded for television)
Evita's "Oh What a Circus" (David Essex performs in a 1978 promo for his single release of the song)
Barnum's "Museum Song" (Jim Dale performs on the original Broadway cast recording)
Evita's "Goodnight and Thank You" (Antonio Banderas and Madonna perform in the 1996 film version)
A Day in Hollywood's "The Best in the World" (Seth Rudetsky deconstructs Priscilla Lopez performs on the original Broadway cast recording)
Evita's "Another Suitcase in Another Hall" (Barbara Dickson performs on Top of the Pops on February 2, 1977)
Woman of the Year's "The Grass Is Always Greener" (Marilyn Cooper and Raquel Welch perform on the 35th Annual Tony Awards on June 7, 1981)
Evita's "On This Night of a Thousand Stars" (Tony Christie performs)
Woman of the Year's "Sometimes a Day Goes By" (Brian Wilson performs in 2001)
A Day in Hollywood's "Just Go to the Movies" (I have no idea who is singing this)
Bring Back Birdie's "Well, I'm Not" (Chita Rivera performs in the original Broadway production, and Shnappshanna Von Carlsberg lip-syncs to Chita in 2012)