Verwandte Songs (related songs)
Song «It's in the Book (Parts 1 & 2)» von Johnny Standley & Horace Heidt & His Musical Knights.
Veröffentlichungsdaten: 1952 (SIngle)
Label: Capitol 2249 (Schellack), Capitol F 2249 (Vinyl)
Genre: Nonmusic - Comedy
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Personen und Querverweise
His Musical Knights
I have a message for you, a very sad message My subject for this evening will be Little Bo Peep It says here, Little Bo Peep Who was a little girl Has lost her sheep And doesn't know where to find them Now that's reasonable, isn't it It's, it's reasonable to assume If Little Bo Peep had lost her sheep It's only natural That she wouldn't know where to find them That, that basically is reasonable But, uh, "leave them alone Now that overwhelms me Completely overwhelms me The man said she lost her sheep Turns right around and boldly states "She doesn't know where to find them" And then has the stupid audacity to say "Leave them alone" Now, now, now think for a moment, think If the sheep were lost And you couldn't find them You'd have to leave them alone, wouldn't you So, leave them alone Leave them alone It's in the book Leave them alone and they They being the sheep, "they will come home" Ah yes, they'll come home Oh, there'll be a brighter day tomorrow They will come home It's in the book They will come home a-waggin' their tails Pray tell me what else could they wag They will come home a-waggin' their tales Behind them, behind them Did we think they'd wag them in front Of course, they might have come home in reverse They could have done that, I really don't know But, none the less It's in the book So now if you will, kindly pick up your books And turn to page 222 We'll ask you all to sing You'll find your books on the backs of your seats Are we ready Everyone, 222 Let's really enjoy ourselves Let's live it up All together Do you remember grandma's lye soap Good for everything in the home And the secret was in the scrubbing It wouldn't suds and couldn't foam Then let us all sing right out of grandma's Of grandma's lye soap Used for, for everything Everything on the place For pots and kettles The dirty dishes And for your hands and for your face Shall we now sing the second verse Let's get it with great exuberance, let's live it up It's not raining inside tonight Everyone, let's have a happy time Are we ready All together, the second verse Little Herman and brother Thurman Had an aversion to washing their ears Grandma scrubbed them with the lye soap And they haven't heard a word in years Then let us all sing right out of grandma's Of grandma's lye soap Sing all out, all over the place The pots and kettles, the dirty dishes And also hands and also f..... (clapping fades) Well, let's sing what's left of the last verse Let's have a happy time, everyone The last verse, al-l-l-l together Ev-v-v-very one Mm-m-m-m, thank you kindly, kindly M-m-mrs, O'Malley, out in the valley Suffered from ulcers, I understand She swallowed a cake of grandma's lye soap Has the cleanest ulcers in the land Then let us all sing right out of grandma's Of grandma's lye soap Sing right out, all over the place The pots and, the pots and pans, oh dirty dishes And the hands..