I WANT TO BE SEEN WITH YOU TONIGHT (Streisand Barbra)

Afterwards, Ziegfeld is angry but agrees she was right to go for the comedy. Nick Arnstein comes backstage and wants to escort Fanny out to celebrate her opening night. Fanny would love to go out with Nick but she's obligated to appear at a party at her mother's saloon; she invites Nick and he accepts. Nick: I want to be seen, be seen with you, With you on my arm, To wear you like a charm, Your glitter decorating my arm. Now, natch'rally such proximity Gives rumors a rise, We'll let them analyze What our amalgamation implies. Oh yes, The gossips will press, So willing to stress The seamy side-- Know what? So what! I want to be seen, be seen with you, With you on my arm. Let's give this town a light, And hit it like a me-te-or-ite--tonight. I want to be seen with you. Fanny: The moon over mother's saloon, Have a nice macaroon I'll buy you a light beer. Nick: Right, dear. Both: I want to be seen, be seen with you, Nick: With you on my arm. Let's give this town a light And hit it like a me-te-or-ite-- Both: Tonight--I want to be seen with, Nick: Oh, please let me be seen with, Fanny: And I would like to be seen with Both: I want to be seen with you.