[Dixielandjazz] LOOKING FOR MORE LYMRICS
David W. Littlefield
dwlit at cpcug.org
Fri Apr 9 15:29:07 PDT 2004
Here's a musical one:
There once was a girl from Azusa
Who didn't like John Philip Sousa
She'd swing and make hay
When she heard Sammy Kaye
But in march time you couldn't induce her.
There was an old couple from Wavell,
Whose habits were strictlhy medieval.
They'd each take a pin
And then with a grin,
Pick the lint from the other one's navel.
At 12:39 PM 4/9/2004 -0400, DWSI at aol.com wrote:
>I hope someone out there knows what I'm talking about. In college, and a few
>times since, we did what we called lymrics to the melody of a Mexican type
>song that began, Aye, yie yie ya, Chinamen never eat chili, now this is a
>that's worse than the first, so waltz me around again, Willie.
>The only one I can find now is:
>There once was a lady from Cape Cod
>Who thought that all babies came from God
>But it wasn't the almighty who lifted her nightie
>It was Roger the lodger, by God!
>Does anyone know any more of these? They're for some special entertaining. I
>would be forever grateful.
>Dan (piano fingers) Spink
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