My father cannot carry a tune in a bucket. However, he used to try to sing a little snippet..."I didn't know the gun was loaded..."
I googled the line and found out that it was a tune from the Andrews Sisters from the 1940s. Who knew? I even found a site so that I could listen to the entire song. They sure sing alot better than my Dad.
Re: Now heres an OT A site to identify music in reply to Cliff(VA), 01-14-2013 05:33:09
The Andrews Sisters sang a lot better than most everybody.
Your post brought back a memory. Dad had several "snippets" that he would sing, from time to time, one of which was that one. Others were, "And the billers [billows] of black, greasy [glossy] hair, were those of my pretty quadroon." And "the yaller [yellow] rose of Texas, beat the gals from Tenn-e-seeeee."
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