Paris in the Spring

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Paris in the Spring is a popular song composed in 1935, with lyrics by Mack Gordon and music by Harry Revel. It was first introduced by Mary Ellis in the film Paris in Spring. A version was also recorded by Ray Noble and His Orchestra (also in 1935). In 1960, Jo Stafford and her husband Paul Weston recorded a version for their comedy album Jonathan and Darlene Edwards in Paris in which they put their own unique interpretation on the song.

Psychological test[edit]

This song title is often used in an informal psychological test. "Paris in the the Spring" is written with an extra "the". A subject is asked to read the text, and will often jump to conclusions and fail to notice the extra "the", especially when there is a line break between the two thes.[1][2]

Notable recordings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eysenck, Michael; Keane, Mark (2005). Cognitive Psychology: A Student's Handbook (5th ed.). Taylor & Francis. p. 2. ISBN 9781841693590. Retrieved 21 July 2017.
  2. ^ Eir (1 August 2013). "Paris in the Spring: An introduction to Cognitive Psychology". Retrieved 21 July 2017.