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{{song|writer=|composer=[[George Gershwin]]|lyricist= [[Ira Gershwin]]|date= 1937|source=''A Damsel in Distress'' (film)|publisher= George Gershwin Music; Ira Gershwin Music; [[Warner Brothers|WB]] Music Corp.}}
 
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"'''Foggy Day'''" was written by [[George Gershwin|George]] and [[Ira Gershwin]] for the film ''A Damsel in Distress''.
 
"'''Foggy Day'''" was written by [[George Gershwin|George]] and [[Ira Gershwin]] for the film ''A Damsel in Distress''.
   

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Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
Date 1937
Source A Damsel in Distress (film)
Publisher George Gershwin Music; Ira Gershwin Music; WB Music Corp.
Foggyday
Animal, gladly accepting the audience's boos.

"Foggy Day" was written by George and Ira Gershwin for the film A Damsel in Distress.

The song was performed as a drum solo by Animal on episode 209 of The Muppet Show.

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