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Mike Russo - Staggerlee

English folk singer Kate Rusby singing her very beautiful and poignant composition "Underneath the Stars"

To Ma Ray Tom O Ray


Toomeray, toomeray Tom O Ray
by Billy Chernoff

Tommy went a-walk-whip-a-walk, whip-a-walk
down to the field whip-a-weel
to mow his wheat, whip-a-wheat
when a snake bit his heel whip-a heel
toomeray, toomeray tomaray

Tommy said Dad whip-a-whad, whip-a whad
please get my gal Sal, whip-awhal
I'm a gonna die, whip-a why
and I know I shall live a while
toomeray, toomeray tomeray

Sally said Tom whip-a wham, whip-a-wham
why did you go, whip-a-whoh
down to the field, whip-a whield
to watch your wheat grow, whip-a -whoh
toomeray, toomeray tomeray

Tom said Sal whip-a-whal, whip-a-whal
why don't you know whop-o-whoh
when the wheat gets ripe, ripe-a-while
it's got to be mowed whop-a-woo
toomeray, toomeray tomeray

Tommy did die, whip-a-why, whip-a-why
and to heaven did go ,Whip-a-whoh
didn't mow his wheat, whip-a-wheat
'cause they laid him low, whip-a whoh
tomeray, toomeray tomeray

Tommy did die, whip-a-why, whip-a-why
and to heaven did go ,Whip-a-whoh
didn't mow his wheat, whip-a-wheat
'cause they laid him low, whip-a whoh
tomeray, toomeray tomeray


Have A Nice Day, y'all!
G'wan Home Your Mudder's Callin'


Inka Dinka Doo, James Francis Durante
ROD DERRETT - Bongo Train / Teddy Boys Picnic (1960)




Quote:Teddy comes from King Edward VII who was affectionately called Teddy by the British media. The fashion worn by Teddy Boys was popular in Edward's day (he was Elizabeth's son and reigned from 1901-1910). So it is aften called Edwardian fashion. It was actually made popular by gay men during in WW2 where it functioned very much like the zoot suits did in America. In fact, the Teddy clothes ARE zoot suits. 

The Beatles were Teddys but wore leather. Many Teds actually wear leather and are indistinguishable from greasers. Some Teds wear the Edwardian clothes for hanging out or hitting the clubs but switched to leather for brawling or for also hitting the clubs.




Jean-Michel Jarre Rendez-vous à Paris



BOW DOWN
As recorded by Dirk Powell on "Songs from the Mountain" (2002)
Múm - Green Grass Of Tunnel



Fine singing

The Rose of the San Joaquin (Jim Ringer)- Todd Crowley


Gave the change from the feed store to a Traveler today parked under the shade at the Dollartree store in a 40 year old pickup truck with a beat up canopy strapped on the back. He had his creed written in magic-marker on the back and when I read the last line if COVID dont kill me my bills will he rounded the corner and I handed what I had in my pocket and said this will help with the bills. God bless you he said from under his battered cowboy hat.
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