Sung by Peggy Lee, mid to late 1940s. While this song made her famous she looks a little too pleased and happy with herself though I am positive that is the fault of the director of this sequence. This song absolutely needs a little less pep and a lot more cruelty to go over just right. The uncredited Amy Irving and the Who Framed Roger Rabbit crew nailed it with their cover sung by animated bad girl Jessica Rabbit.
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