Annie-OakleyAnnie Get Your Gun is a musical with lyrics and music by Irving Berlin and a book by Dorothy Fields and her brother Herbert Fields.

Act 1 – I’m A Bad, Bad Man, Colonel Buffalo Bill/Doin’ What Comes Natur’lly, The Girl That I Marry,You Can’t Get A Man With A Gun, I’m An Indian Too Dance, There’s No Business Like Show Business, They Say It’s Wonderful, Moonshine Lullaby, I’ll Share It All With You, My Defenses Are Down, Drum Dance, Ceremonial Chant

Act 2
Got Lost In His Arms, The Girl That I Marry, And Old Fashioned Wedding, Who Do You Love, I Hope?, I’ll Share It All With You, Got The Sun In The Morning, They Say It’s Wonderful (Reprise), The Girl That I Marry (Reprise), You Can’t Get A Man With A Gun (Instrumental Reprise), There’s No Business Like Show Business (Reprise),They Say It’s Wonderful (Reprise)

Based on the true story of Annie Oakley, who gets her big break into show business with her rifle markmanship. She joins Colonel Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show to be with Frank Butler, the man she fell in love with and the star of the Wild West Show. After some time, a falling out takes place, causing Frank to leave Annie and the Wild West Show to join the rival show. Later on, though, both shows are in need of money. They mutually agree to merge the shows, and Annie and Frank decide to get married.