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alesrus
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RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 16:47:02
Don't know if this one has been posted.

"I want my baby back, baby back, baby back ribs. Chil-eeee's baby back ribs."
lamertz
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 16:54:16
Nothin' says lovin'
Like somthin' from the oven.


Nobody (with the exception of Jimmy Dean) doesn't like SaraLee.

I forgot all about the cigarette ads----LSMFT
capnhank
Hamburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 16:54:54
quote:
Originally posted by alesrus

Chil-eeee's baby back ribs."


<<barbeque sauce>>

I'm not sure whether I prefer the current ad where the guys are shouting it down the Grand Canyon and it answers them back, thus creeping them out, or the older ad where a big crate of ribs falls from the heavens and crushes one of the guys from 'NSYNC. Hmmm...tough call.
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 16:55:40
quote:
Originally posted by lamertz

Nothin' says lovin'
Like somthin' from the oven.


Nobody (with the exception of Jimmy Dean) doesn't like SaraLee.

I forgot all about the cigarette ads----LSMFT


Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco -- but that's not what we said in 5th grade.
Ort. Carlton.
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 17:17:12
quote:
Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

quote:
Originally posted by Ort. Carlton.

quote:
Originally posted by BarbaraCt

Did Hull's (New Haven, CT.) have any jingles? Now that was a good local beer!


Hull's did not have any jingles that I can recall. I grew up drinking Hull's. One of my uncles worked at the brewery, and he gave my father several quart bottles of Hull's every week. My father would pour me a small glass of it whenever he had some himself. When I was in high school in New Haven our football coach would tell us to go home and drink a beer to replace the fluids we sweated out in practice. My replacement fluid was always Hull's.


Michael,
Thanks a million for your response! On my only trip to Connecticut, in September, 2001, I found a six-pack of Hull's Export in cans still full in its cardboard holder sitting on a shelf in an old store waaaay up above Winsted. The guy GAVE it to me. I haven't had the heart to open one (I'd have to break the six-pack!). In any event, I own a piece of Connecticut history, now transplanted to my home in Georgia.
Hullistically, Ort. Carlton in Athens, Georgia.
P. S. Did Hammer & Nail ever reopen or contact out their brewing? Are they gone???
jvsmom
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 18:43:40
quote:
Originally posted by alesrus

Don't know if this one has been posted.

"I want my baby back, baby back, baby back ribs. Chil-eeee's baby back ribs."


Oh, God - Not quite as bad as the Mentos ads but close. Have you heard the radio ad where someone supposedly calls in and requests the Chili's baby back ribs song? Gag me.
Frankman
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 18:46:37
Young Wilomena eats her farina
H O farina cream farina,
Smooth and delisious,
All boys and girls
Love it so,
H O
jvsmom
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 18:50:18
quote:
Originally posted by Route 11

I love regional commercials because they're so awful. Any Northeasterners rememeber Ruby and Choo-Choo advertising Railroad Salvage stores?



I remember them! "Ruby Vine just bought a million cases of electric dog polishers! Come on down to Railroad Salvage while supplies last!" Weren't they in the RI-CT area? I saw those ads in Southeastern Mass (where we got Providence TV stations), but my husband, who grew up in suburban Boston, doesn't remember ever seeing them.
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 18:56:56
quote:
Originally posted by jvsmom

quote:
Originally posted by Route 11

I love regional commercials because they're so awful. Any Northeasterners rememeber Ruby and Choo-Choo advertising Railroad Salvage stores?



I remember them! "Ruby Vine just bought a million cases of electric dog polishers! Come on down to Railroad Salvage while supplies last!" Weren't they in the RI-CT area? I saw those ads in Southeastern Mass (where we got Providence TV stations), but my husband, who grew up in suburban Boston, doesn't remember ever seeing them.


There was one in Hadley Mass, near Amherst, at least. I still have my dog polisher, unopened in the box if yours is broken.
Vince Macek
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 19:58:47
My sibs got a weird kick out of a jingle for 'Figurines', one of those '70s diet wafer things - sung to the tune of 'Tangerine' by some overly-enthusiastic Stepford wife; the kicker lyric was "With the calorie rate - one thirty eight a bar-r-r!"
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 20:49:01
quote:
Originally posted by Ort. Carlton.

quote:
Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

quote:
Originally posted by Ort. Carlton.

quote:
Originally posted by BarbaraCt

Did Hull's (New Haven, CT.) have any jingles? Now that was a good local beer!


Hull's did not have any jingles that I can recall. I grew up drinking Hull's. One of my uncles worked at the brewery, and he gave my father several quart bottles of Hull's every week. My father would pour me a small glass of it whenever he had some himself. When I was in high school in New Haven our football coach would tell us to go home and drink a beer to replace the fluids we sweated out in practice. My replacement fluid was always Hull's.


Michael,
Thanks a million for your response! On my only trip to Connecticut, in September, 2001, I found a six-pack of Hull's Export in cans still full in its cardboard holder sitting on a shelf in an old store waaaay up above Winsted. The guy GAVE it to me. I haven't had the heart to open one (I'd have to break the six-pack!). In any event, I own a piece of Connecticut history, now transplanted to my home in Georgia.
Hullistically, Ort. Carlton in Athens, Georgia.
P. S. Did Hammer & Nail ever reopen or contact out their brewing? Are they gone???


I've never heard of Hammer & Nail. Sorry.
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 20:51:24
quote:
Originally posted by jvsmom

quote:
Originally posted by Route 11

I love regional commercials because they're so awful. Any Northeasterners rememeber Ruby and Choo-Choo advertising Railroad Salvage stores?



I remember them! "Ruby Vine just bought a million cases of electric dog polishers! Come on down to Railroad Salvage while supplies last!" Weren't they in the RI-CT area? I saw those ads in Southeastern Mass (where we got Providence TV stations), but my husband, who grew up in suburban Boston, doesn't remember ever seeing them.


I haven't thought of Ruby Vine in years. He and my uncle Sid Teitelman, who started the Porch & Patio chain of outdoor furniture stores, were good friends and partners in lots of different things.
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 22:55:40
quote:
Originally posted by Vince Macek

My sibs got a weird kick out of a jingle for 'Figurines', one of those '70s diet wafer things - sung to the tune of 'Tangerine' by some overly-enthusiastic Stepford wife; the kicker lyric was "With the calorie rate - one thirty eight a bar-r-r!"


Wow! Was there a jingle for Metrecal? Am I making this up, or was there a Metrecal for Lunch Bunch? I think it was chocolate, but it wasn't exactly a Willy Wonka product. Where are the Oompa Loompas to help me out?
Vince Macek
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 23:23:29
quote:
Originally posted by Route 11

I love regional commercials because they're so awful. Any Northeasterners rememeber Ruby and Choo-Choo advertising Railroad Salvage stores?

Or the ad for some fake jewelry with a close up at the end...it's a blonde woman who says completely unconvincingly, "Wow. What a bargain. How do I order?".

Lynne


One for Paramount Potato Chips I saw some 20 years ago was *so* bizarre I never forgot it - the first part was simply cheap 16mm footage of some kids playing ball with some cheerful martial music soundtrack straight out of an old Japanese monster movie - then there's an abrupt cut to a stiff figurine of an anthropomorphized potato chip in Western gear being shuffled across a screen with some jolly singing cowboy soundtrack, presumably the chip singing although his mouth isn't moving.
jvsmom
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/28 23:44:35
quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

quote:
Originally posted by jvsmom

quote:
Originally posted by Route 11

I love regional commercials because they're so awful. Any Northeasterners rememeber Ruby and Choo-Choo advertising Railroad Salvage stores?



I remember them! "Ruby Vine just bought a million cases of electric dog polishers! Come on down to Railroad Salvage while supplies last!" Weren't they in the RI-CT area? I saw those ads in Southeastern Mass (where we got Providence TV stations), but my husband, who grew up in suburban Boston, doesn't remember ever seeing them.


There was one in Hadley Mass, near Amherst, at least. I still have my dog polisher, unopened in the box if yours is broken.


Really? Cool! I've spent the last 30 years kicking myself for not buying 2 when I had the chance.
KimChee43
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 09:53:59
Some of you who grew up in the Chicago area may remember a radio jingle for Bushell Carpets. A guy with a really deep voice sang:

"HUDSON THREE...TWO SEVEN HUNDREEEEEEEED!"
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 10:41:39
For Sundancer:

The monkey took
One look at Jim
And threw the peanuts
Back at him
He needed
Burma-Shave
aimala66
Hamburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 13:09:06
i was always partial to...
"here's to good friends...the night is kinda special..." sooooo smarmy!
amy
aimala66
Hamburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 13:13:14
quote:
Originally posted by skylar0ne

This idiotic ad is still running in my neck of the woods:

Oh mama don't you fix me no more meatloaf,
Don't want no mac and cheese,
I want some fun piled on a bun
I want a Manwich please.

Not sure about that first line, but it's something about meat loaf. Can you imagine a reasonably intelligent person passing up homemade meat loaf and mac and cheese for a Manwich???


no..and then the second verse is even worse because you get this throaty sister's voice singing about manwich as if these sandwiches should get an amen, as if they are somehow praiseworthy...

"ummm, don't feed me no baloney...."

and the, of course, there's always the classic:

"i feel like chickent tonight,
like chicken tonight,
like chicken tonight"

what was the idea there, that being redundant sells?
amy
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 13:16:10
Is that from "Don't cook tonight, call Chicken Delight"?
santacruz
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 14:32:03
In upstate New York circa late 50's early 60's:

Were happy so happy, were Bilinski's family, were singing and bringing the best in quality. I'm a Bilinski's Sausage Bilinski through and through and I'm a Bilinski Kilbasi quality through and through. That's why were happy so happy cause were the Bilinski family.

Another was a bread company's: The Fredy Freihoffer shows jingle.

Freddy were ready were waiting for you, Freddy we love all the things that you do. We love your cookies and cakes. We love everything Freddy Freihoffer bakes.

And who could forget Knickerbocker Beer (real real cheap) :Always Knock for Knick.
chicagostyledog
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 14:57:30
Everybody doesn't like something,
But nobody doesn't like Sara Lee.

Once upon a time there was an engineer,
Choo-Cho Charlie was his name we hear,
He had an engine and sure had fun,
Using Good & Plenty candy to make his train run.

I love Bosco,
It's the drink for me,
Mommy put it in my milk,
To try and poison me.

But I fooled mommy,
I put it in her tea,
And now there's no more mommy
To try and poision me.

Kelloggs Sugar Corn Pops
Sugar Pops are tops.

K E Double L
O double good
Kelloggs best for you.

Wheaties, breakfast of Chanpions presents...

Bit-O-Honey goes a long, long way.

Anticipation, anticipation.............

Double your please
Double your fun
Doublemint, Doublemint, Doublemint Gum.

We love Juicyfruit Gum......

We're havin Beefaroni,

Brusha, Brusha, Brusha,
New Ipana Toothpaste

MMMMM Good
MMMMM Good
That's what Campbells soups are
MMMMM Good

Everything's better
With Blue Bonnet on it

You'll wonder where the yellow went
When you brush your teeth with Pepsident

From the valley of the Jolly
Ho ho ho
Green Giant

Wanzer on Milk
Is like sterling on silver

Nothin says luvin
Like something from the oven
And Pillsburry says it best

Taste Me, Taste Me!

I like to teach the world to sing......









chicagostyledog
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 15:18:05
quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

quote:
Originally posted by lamertz

Nothin' says lovin'
Like somthin' from the oven.


Nobody (with the exception of Jimmy Dean) doesn't like SaraLee.

I forgot all about the cigarette ads----LSMFT


Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco -- but that's not what we said in 5th grade.


C'mon Grampy,

You know what LSMFT really meant......loose straps me flabby (fill in the blank).
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 15:25:41
quote:
Originally posted by chicagostyledog

quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

quote:
Originally posted by lamertz

Nothin' says lovin'
Like somthin' from the oven.


Nobody (with the exception of Jimmy Dean) doesn't like SaraLee.

I forgot all about the cigarette ads----LSMFT


Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco -- but that's not what we said in 5th grade.


C'mon Grampy,

You know what LSMFT really meant......loose straps me flabby (fill in the blank).


It is amazing how such obscure knowledge is so universal. And I do recall that "Anticipation, it's making me wait" became "Constipation, etc.", and the Chiquita Banana tune had something to do with killing your teacher the "easy way." Meanwhile, the McDonald's theme went something like this:
McDonald's was our kind of place,
until we burnt the place.
We burnt the whole place down.
We even burnt the clown.

I'm sure that as kids we mangled any number of jingles.
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 15:51:10
Faygo? That's not a gender preference slight I hope?
skylar0ne
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 15:54:26
Grampy said:
quote:
Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco -- but that's not what we said in 5th grade.


chicagostyledog said:
quote:
You know what LSMFT really meant......loose straps me flabby (fill in the blank).



Not to be picky, but the correct quote was:

Loose Straps Mean Floppy T*TT**S.

A thousand pardons for being so brazen, just setting the record straight


tsores
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 17:07:40
I always liked the Hamm's beer jingle. It had a catchy beat.

"From the Land of Sky Blue Waters (Waters),
From the land of pines, lofty balsam,
Comes the beer refreshing,
Hamm's the Beer Refreshing".
(da-da-dum-dum-dum)
chicagostyledog
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 17:28:13
quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Hamm's had the cool bear, correct?

What was his name?


SASHA
Vince Macek
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 18:15:23
quote:
Originally posted by clothier

quote:
Originally posted by Vince Macek

quote:
Originally posted by Route 11

I love regional commercials because they're so awful. Any Northeasterners rememeber Ruby and Choo-Choo advertising Railroad Salvage stores?

Or the ad for some fake jewelry with a close up at the end...it's a blonde woman who says completely unconvincingly, "Wow. What a bargain. How do I order?".

Lynne


One for Paramount Potato Chips I saw some 20 years ago was *so* bizarre I never forgot it - the first part was simply cheap 16mm footage of some kids playing ball with some cheerful martial music soundtrack straight out of an old Japanese monster movie - then there's an abrupt cut to a stiff figurine of an anthropomorphized potato chip in Western gear being shuffled across a screen with some jolly singing cowboy soundtrack, presumably the chip singing although his mouth isn't moving.


Paramount? Home of Slim Chipply?

Do you remember the first ad they had with kids in it? They were playing hockey. My best friend Lorne was in that one. He lived next door to a Paramount exec. I thought it was so cool, then when they filmed the second one, the ones were you see them playing ball? Rememeber the fat kid near the bottom of the screen? That was me.

Anyway, the song went like this:
I'm Slim Chipply, the guy you see on the Paramount potato chip bright red packages. They're delious, and so nutrious, yes sir-ree they're pips! Paramount Potato chips.


Dang! Small world, isn't it?
Well, Slim is the Flavor Deputy, I've heard.
jmckee
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 18:18:32
quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

quote:
Originally posted by chicagostyledog

quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

quote:
Originally posted by lamertz

Nothin' says lovin'
Like somthin' from the oven.


Nobody (with the exception of Jimmy Dean) doesn't like SaraLee.

I forgot all about the cigarette ads----LSMFT


Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco -- but that's not what we said in 5th grade.


C'mon Grampy,

You know what LSMFT really meant......loose straps me flabby (fill in the blank).


It is amazing how such obscure knowledge is so universal. And I do recall that "Anticipation, it's making me wait" became "Constipation, etc.", and the Chiquita Banana tune had something to do with killing your teacher the "easy way." Meanwhile, the McDonald's theme went something like this:
McDonald's was our kind of place,
until we burnt the place.
We burnt the whole place down.
We even burnt the clown.

I'm sure that as kids we mangled any number of jingles.


We learned it:
McDonald's is their kind of place.
It's such a big disgrace.
Hamburgers in your face.
They steal your parking place.
McDonald's is their kind of place.
A nasty Change of Pace.
McDonald's is their kind of place.

Parenthetically, or might that be (Parenthetically....)

It's not a food song, but I am headin' towards 46 and my 10-year-old still sings that timeless gigglin' favorite, "Jingle Bells/Batman Smells."

Plus, there is apparently a young girl singer who had a big song sometime recently that contained the line: "Why does everything have to be so complicated?" (Or words to that effect. . .) My son and his compadres sing it: "Why does everybody have to be so constipated?"

I know this is vague, but gimme a break -- I'm a jazz-and-classical person, mostly. Sushi or somebody more "in tune" with current pop music may be able to help this be less vague.
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 18:33:37
I heard someone sing "Trouble with a wide-tread tire" for "Come on, baby, light my fire." And "You build up my fences" for "You fill up my senses" (personally, I prefer the former).
jvsmom
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 19:00:16
quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

IAnd "You build up my fences" for "You fill up my senses" (personally, I prefer the former).


I kind of like, "You filled out my census" but that's just me.
jvsmom
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 19:05:03
But getting back again to the beer jingles - this was another New England one:

I don't know where I'm going
But I remember where I've been
So take a glass, my friend
And talk to me of home . . . . . of home.

I think it was Narragansett beer.
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/29 19:12:07
Yes, back to beer:

Hey! Get your cold beer!
Hey! Get your Ballantine beer!
Ballantine, Ballantine beer.

and from the same company:

Who is the ale man?
He could be you!
EliseT
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 04:05:21
quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

I heard someone sing "Trouble with a wide-tread tire" for "Come on, baby, light my fire." And "You build up my fences" for "You fill up my senses" (personally, I prefer the former).


I'm so behind! I spent too much time on the Disney thread! There is a website for misheard lyrics and a number of books (Scuse me while I kiss this guy). My favorite is from some metal song (My mind is racin but my body's in the lead) that was misheard as "My mind is bacon but my body's Sizzlean.

That McDonald's song just gave me a flashback!

How about:

Toffifay, it's too good for kids
Toffifay was made for grown-ups
It's all the candies you like in one
Toffifay it's too good for kids

And the very creepy:

Whatever it is I think I see becomes a Tootsie roll to me.
EliseT
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 04:07:15
quote:
Originally posted by Cakes

quote:
Originally posted by 10X10

"Valley of the Jolly, ho...ho...ho, Green Giant"


La Suer, Minnesota. They had a giant Green Giant billboard. La Suer.....sounds appetizing, doesn't it?


Saturday NIght Live: What you get if you sleep with the Jolly Green Giant: LaSeurpeas!
EliseT
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 04:12:27
quote:
Originally posted by chicagostyledog

quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Hamm's had the cool bear, correct?

What was his name?


SASHA


We have a Hamm's dancing-bear-on-a-barrel sign and I finally know what to call him. yay!
Sarahlou28
Junior Burger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 07:56:21
To Laughing Goddess:

I regret to report that Thompson's Clam Bar has been gone for several years now. They're putting condos down next to the harbor now.
ConeyIslandLou
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 09:13:52
quote:
Originally posted by jmckee

quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

quote:
Originally posted by chicagostyledog

quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

quote:
Originally posted by lamertz

Nothin' says lovin'
Like somthin' from the oven.


Nobody (with the exception of Jimmy Dean) doesn't like SaraLee.

I forgot all about the cigarette ads----LSMFT



Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco -- but that's not what we said in 5th grade.


C'mon Grampy,

You know what LSMFT really meant......loose straps me flabby (fill in the blank).


It is amazing how such obscure knowledge is so universal. And I do recall that "Anticipation, it's making me wait" became "Constipation, etc.", and the Chiquita Banana tune had something to do with killing your teacher the "easy way." Meanwhile, the McDonald's theme went something like this:
McDonald's was our kind of place,
until we burnt the place.
We burnt the whole place down.
We even burnt the clown.

I'm sure that as kids we mangled any number of jingles.


We learned it:
McDonald's is their kind of place.
It's such a big disgrace.
Hamburgers in your face.
They steal your parking place.
McDonald's is their kind of place.
A nasty Change of Pace.
McDonald's is their kind of place.

Parenthetically, or might that be (Parenthetically....)

It's not a food song, but I am headin' towards 46 and my 10-year-old still sings that timeless gigglin' favorite, "Jingle Bells/Batman Smells."

Plus, there is apparently a young girl singer who had a big song sometime recently that contained the line: "Why does everything have to be so complicated?" (Or words to that effect. . .) My son and his compadres sing it: "Why does everybody have to be so constipated?"

I know this is vague, but gimme a break -- I'm a jazz-and-classical person, mostly. Sushi or somebody more "in tune" with current pop music may be able to help this be less vague.



WINSTON IS BAD

LIKE THE ONE I JUST HAD

NO FILTER NO TASTE

JUST A FIFTY CENT WASTE


but I digress.....
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 09:18:45
Digression is the better part of value.
Pwingsx
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 14:28:41
We sang:

Strangers in the night
Exchanging rubbers
This one is too tight
Let's try another
This one is too loose
It could fit a moose
Tonight.......
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 14:34:26
quote:
Originally posted by tsores

I always liked the Hamm's beer jingle. It had a catchy beat.

"From the Land of Sky Blue Waters (Waters),
From the land of pines, lofty balsam,
Comes the beer refreshing,
Hamm's the Beer Refreshing".
(da-da-dum-dum-dum)



I remember the Hamm's beer contest. The winner got a television set.
skylar0ne
Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 14:55:47
quote:
WINSTON IS BAD

LIKE THE ONE I JUST HAD

NO FILTER NO TASTE

JUST A FIFTY CENT WASTE


We sang this one like this:

Winston tastes bad
Like the last one I had
No filter blend
'Cause I (bomp bomp) smoked the wrong end.

chicagostyledog
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 15:57:32
We sang:

Come smoke a Coke Cola,
Drink ketchup cigarettes,
Watch Lillian Russell wrestle,
A box of oyeterettes.



Oh, please don't squeeze the bananas.
Cause when you do that,
Buddy you make them flat.



I'm dreaming of a tight Christmas
Just like the one I used to know.
There's no pot to piss in,
The turkey's missin,
We'll soon be eating yellow snow.



Deck the halls with schmaltz and challahs,
Tis the season to eat latkes.



The bigger the burger
The better the burger
The burgers are bigger
At Burger King



The Holsum Bread Song

At three in the morning
When you're in bed
The Holsum bakers
Are baking bread

And that is the reason
It tastes so good
Like oven baked Holsum Bread should

It's just like grandmother's bread used to be
Because they use grandma's recipe

H O L S U M
H O L S U M
H O L S U M
Holsum Bread



Tut, tut, nuttin but,
Butternut Bread
















Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 16:11:19
quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Did any one mention the chiqita banana song?


Yes, and the variation about killing your teacher "the easy way."

I don't think anyone has mentioned "Tasty Cake cakes and pies."
Grampy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 16:40:36
Newy! Newy! Kellogg's Puffa Puffa Rice!
Digga digga bowlful!
chicagostyledog
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 17:19:52
quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Can you remember the cracker jack theme song?


Candy coated popcorn
Peanuts and a prize
That's what you get
With Cracker Jack
Pwingsx
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RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 17:37:49
McDonald is our kind of place!
Hamburgers in your face!
French fries right up your nose
Mustard between your toes

Ketchup running down your back
I want my money back
Before I have a heart attack

That's how we sang it in the sixties in Colorado. Are these regional?
jmckee
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RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 17:56:00
From the Cincinnati area, where we used to have so many local beers, an old favorite:

Wiedemann! Wiedemann Beer
Satisfies a thirst monumental and sincere!

and

Burger Beer is brewed with Artesian water (high descant[a la 'Cool, Clear Water']: Water! Artesian Water!
ConeyIslandLou
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RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 18:04:37
quote:
Originally posted by chicagostyledog

quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Can you remember the cracker jack theme song?


Candy coated popcorn
Peanuts and a prize
That's what you get
With Cracker Jack


but it STARTS:


Ohh.....what do ya want

when ya gotta have somethin'

and its gotta be sweet

and its got to be cheap

and ya gotta getta a lot...

what do ya get?


Lip smackin

[something..I forget!]

Paddy whackin

rib crackin

candy coated

ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Cracker Jack!

then 'candy coated,'etc..



Lou...remembering Jack Gilford





Cakes
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RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 18:14:38
quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Did any one mention the chiqita banana song?


http://www.chiquita.com/discover/osjingleb1.asp
ConeyIslandLou
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RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 18:17:36
quote:
Originally posted by ConeyIslandLou

quote:
Originally posted by chicagostyledog

quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Can you remember the cracker jack theme song?


Candy coated popcorn
Peanuts and a prize
That's what you get
With Cracker Jack


but it STARTS:


Ohh.....what do ya want

when ya gotta have somethin'

and its gotta be sweet

and its got to be cheap

and ya gotta getta a lot...

what do ya get?


Lip smackin

[something..I forget!]

Paddy whackin

rib crackin

candy coated

ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

Cracker Jack!

then 'candy coated,'etc..



Lou...remembering Jack Gilford








HERES the whole thing [knew Id find it!]


What do yayou want,
When you gotta eat somethin',
And it's gotta be sweet,
And it's gotta be a lot,
And you gotta have it now?
What do you want?

Lip-smacking'
Whip-crackin'
Paddywhackin'
Knickaknackin'
Silabawhackin'
Scalawhackin'
Crackerjackin'
Cracker Jack!

What do you get,
When you open the top,
And look inside,
And smack your lips,
And turn it over,
And spill it out?
What do you get?

Lip-smacking'
Whipcrackin'
Paddywhackin'
Olagazackin'
Infolackin'
Alliganackin'
Crackerjackin'
Cracker Jack!

Candy-coated popcorn, peanuts, and a prize...
That's what you get in Cracker Jack!







Ort. Carlton.
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 18:44:48
quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Did any one mention the chiqita banana song?

Dearfolk,
Now -- does anyone remember the record that carried the Chiquita song a lightyear further - "Juanita Banana" by The Peels? The soprano lead-in was used to divide segments (it was Grandmother's voice) in "Batman And His Grandmother" by Dickie Goodman. I have both the 45s,lucky me.
Unslippingly, Ort. Carlton in Warmer Athens, Georgia.
chicagostyledog
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 19:01:37
Thanks, ConeyIslandLou.

My memory's been failing since I lost oxygen after choking on one of those damn prizes when I was a kid. There were no warning labels on the boxes. I'm keep trying to remem........
Route 11
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RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/30 23:11:58
quote:
Originally posted by EliseT

quote:
Originally posted by Cakes

quote:
Originally posted by 10X10

"Valley of the Jolly, ho...ho...ho, Green Giant"


La Suer, Minnesota. They had a giant Green Giant billboard. La Suer.....sounds appetizing, doesn't it?


Saturday NIght Live: What you get if you sleep with the Jolly Green Giant: LaSeurpeas!


Wow! That's terrific bass!
New Shimmer is a floor wax and a dessert topping!
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/31 01:20:04
"The best part of waking up is foldgers in your cup" Barry, MI
EliseT
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/31 05:12:33
quote:
Originally posted by Grampy

quote:
Originally posted by clothier

Did any one mention the chiqita banana song?


Yes, and the variation about killing your teacher "the easy way."

I don't think anyone has mentioned "Tasty Cake cakes and pies."


While we're on kid songs and teacher mortality:

Ta-ra-ra boom-dee-ay
Our teacher passed away
We threw her in the bay
We fished her out next day
And Pewww!
She smelled like saurkraut!!!!

chicagostyledog
Filet Mignon
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/31 09:33:20
Let's not forget:

Row, row, row your boat,
Gently down the stream,
Take your teacher,
Throw her in,
And listen to her scream.


And


Don't throw stones at your mother,
It might make her poor heart break,
Don't throw stones at your brother,
Not even to keep him awake,
Don't throw stones at your sister,
It might make a hole in her head,
Don't throw stones at anybody,
Chuck a brick at your teacher, instead!


And the song we always sang on the last day of school before summer vacation:

School's out, schools'out,
Teacher let the monkeys out,
One jumped in,
One jumped out,
One jumped in the teacher's mout.
Route 11
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RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/31 15:08:17
quote:
Originally posted by skylar0ne

This idiotic ad is still running in my neck of the woods:

Oh mama don't you fix me no more meatloaf,
Don't want no mac and cheese,
I want some fun piled on a bun
I want a Manwich please.

Not sure about that first line, but it's something about meat loaf. Can you imagine a reasonably intelligent person passing up homemade meat loaf and mac and cheese for a Manwich???


Fun piled on a bun doesn't sound appetizing, I agree.
Route 11
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Name That Little Tune 2004/01/31 15:10:20
quote:
Originally posted by chicagostyledog

Let's not forget:

Row, row, row your boat,
Gently down the stream,
Take your teacher,
Throw her in,
And listen to her scream.


And


Don't throw stones at your mother,
It might make her poor heart break,
Don't throw stones at your brother,
Not even to keep him awake,
Don't throw stones at your sister,
It might make a hole in her head,
Don't throw stones at anybody,
Chuck a brick at your teacher, instead!


And the song we always sang on the last day of school before summer vacation:

School's out, schools'out,
Teacher let the monkeys out,
One jumped in,
One jumped out,
One jumped in the teacher's mout.


The rest of the first song you mentioned goes:

Three days later, floatin' down the Delaware
In her dirty underwear
THought she had another pair
Three days later, eaten by a polar bear
That's how the polar bear died.

Touching, isn't it?
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