The Paulette Sisters - Ring-A-Dang-A-Doo / Lonely One album mp3
The Paulette Sisters. 1478 downloads at 22 mb/s. A. Ring-A-Dang-A-Doo. Written-By – Charles E. Calhoun. B. Lonely One. Written-By – Harry Woods, Joe Marsala. Conductor – Dave Cavanaugh.
Ring-A-Dang-A-Doo Written-By – Charles. Lonely One Written-By –. Harry. Related Music albums to Ring-A-Dang-A-Doo, Lonely One by The Paulette Sisters. Burksmen - Ring Dang Doo, Mama Did The Monkey. King Kurt - Ring Dang Do. Roy & Paulette, Roy Richards - Since You're Gone, I've Lost My Baby. Paulette Walker - I Will. Highway 101 & Paulette Carlson - Reunited. Marcel Merkès Et Paulette Merval - Les Amants De Venise. Delroy & Paulette - Loving Baby. Connie Boswell And The Paulette Sisters - I'm In Love With Two Sweethearts, I Fall In Love With You Every Day. Lionel Hampton - Paulette's Boogie, Hey Ba Ba-Re-Bop
System of a Down's official music video for 'Lonely Day'. Such a lonely day Shouldn't exist It's a day that I'll never miss Such a lonely day And it's mine The most loneliest day of my life. Lonely Day. Исполнитель.
The ring-dang-do, now what is that? A. It's soft and round like a pussy cat, Got a hole in the middle and it's split in two; D. And that's what you call the ring-dang-do. She took me down into her cellar, A. Said that I was a mighty fine feller. Fed me wine and a whiskey too; D. Let me ride on the ring-dang-do. The ring-dang-do, now what is that? A.
Ring A-Ring O' Roses is one of the best-known children's songs in the English speaking world. There are many versions. This is the most popular version in the UK. The second verse is new to the current generation of kids. Ring A-Ring O' Roses. Ring a-ring o' roses, A pocketful of posies. Somewhere I heard/read that the first verse referred to the plague and ensuing death implied in the 'all fall down', the second verse referred to resurrection after the death.
Chorus: DD The ring-dang-do, now what is that? A7A7 It's soft and round like a pussycat, G7G7 Got a hole in the middle and it's split in two; D7D7 And that's what you call the ring-dang-do. Verse: DD She took me down into her cellar; A7A7 Said that I was a mighty fine fella; G7G7 Fed me wine and whiskey too; D7D7 Let me ride on the ring-dang-do. Chorus: DD The ring-dang-do, now what is that? A7A7 It's soft and round like a pussycat, G7G7 Got a hole in the middle and it's split in two; D7D7 And that's what you call the ring-dang-do
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Charles E. Calhoun*
Written-By – Harry Woods , Joe Marsala
- Conductor – Dave Cavanaugh*
- Vocals – Betty Paulette, Gloria Paulette, Jane Paulette
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 45-20662
- Matrix / Runout: 45-20665
|F3121||The Paulette Sisters||Ring-A-Dang-A-Doo / Lonely One (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||F3121||US||1955|
|CL 14310||The Paulette Sisters||Ring-A-Dang-A-Doo / Lonely One (7")||Capitol Records||CL 14310||UK||1955|