doctorow at July 22nd, 2013 19:08 — #1
dennisarmstrong at July 22nd, 2013 20:25 — #2
facile at July 22nd, 2013 20:32 — #3
People learn not to tell you no. E.g., the motorcyclist who does, in fact, bully.
timquinn at July 22nd, 2013 21:38 — #4
Allan Sherman before Hello Muddah.
brendo_blogspot at July 22nd, 2013 21:55 — #5
I had a novelty hits double-album when I was a sprog. Along with hotrod Lincoln and Beep Beep, I always loved "seven little girls". Fred was a lucky guy. Poor other guy. But really, "seven"?!
mister44 at July 22nd, 2013 21:55 — #6
Ah - I remember that from Dr Demento.
nadreck at July 23rd, 2013 00:38 — #7
Always loved that one. I still have the 45!
purplestater at July 23rd, 2013 02:57 — #8
55 years and still great!
spunkytws at July 23rd, 2013 08:22 — #9
This is one of those songs I heard people talk about and sing or hum little bits of when I was a kid without ever hearing the song itself. I should have known it was on YouTube somewhere, but then I much prefer to be introduced to it this way.
cellocgw at July 23rd, 2013 08:28 — #10
IIRC this song was used on a variety of carnival rides -- the type which start slow and end up at dizzying speeds designed to make most riders scream or puke .
gyrofrog at July 23rd, 2013 11:34 — #11
Is that Morton Downey, Jr. on the right, in the still photo at the beginning? (Sure, why not, he got erroneous credit for "Wipeout"...)
miasm at July 23rd, 2013 13:41 — #12
fladriss at July 23rd, 2013 14:00 — #13
This song has popped into my head every few months since I was about 10 years old and heard for the first time. I've never taken the time to look it up though. Now I may have to buy the mp3 and put it in my music library.
codinghorror at July 23rd, 2013 23:47 — #14
Such a great word. We were a little obsessed with it in high school.
tachyon at July 24th, 2013 00:28 — #15
One of the many songs I used to play to wake my children up, back in the day ...
doctorow at July 27th, 2013 19:08 — #16
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