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jmckee

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RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 10:47 AM (permalink)
A local Cincinnati potato chip jingle:

Wheeeeeeeeeeen the chips are down, be sure they're Husman's. Husman's Potato Chips."
 
    Grampy

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    RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 12:22 PM (permalink)
    Of course:

    Beans, beans, the musical fruit.
    The more you eat, the more you toot.
    The more you toot, the better you feel.
    So eat beans at every meal.

    (Except with chili.)
     
      hermitt4d

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      RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 3:10 PM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by jmckee

      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?"



      "Complicated" by Carolyn Dawn Johnson? http://www.carolyndawnjohnson.com Not sure of the exact lyrics.

      Your son and his compadres probably would enjoy the "Constipation Blues" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins of "I Put a Spell on You" fame .
       
        Grampy

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        RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 3:15 PM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by hermitt4d

        quote:
        Originally posted by jmckee

        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?"



        "Complicated" by Carolyn Dawn Johnson? http://www.carolyndawnjohnson.com Not sure of the exact lyrics.

        Your son and his compadres probably would enjoy the "Constipation Blues" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins of "I Put a Spell on You" fame .


        I think I prefer Johnnie Johnson's "Tanqueray."
         
          chicagostyledog

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          RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 4:44 PM (permalink)
          Yo Grampy!

          How about:

          On top of a pizza
          All covered with cheese
          I found my first meatball
          Til somebody sneezed.

          It rolled off the table
          And onto the floor
          It rolled and rolled
          Right out of the door.

          After that, you made up your own verses about how the meatball rolled over various people, military, and countries and did them in.


          There was also the song about the boy who drank the wrong beverage:

          Johnny's gone to heaven
          To live forever more
          For what he thought was H20
          Was H2SO4.
           
            Grampy

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            RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 5:05 PM (permalink)
            quote:
            Originally posted by chicagostyledog

            Yo Grampy!

            How about:

            On top of a pizza
            All covered with cheese
            I found my first meatball
            Til somebody sneezed.

            It rolled off the table
            And onto the floor
            It rolled and rolled
            Right out of the door.

            After that, you made up your own verses about how the meatball rolled over various people, military, and countries and did them in.


            There was also the song about the boy who drank the wrong beverage:

            Johnny's gone to heaven
            To live forever more
            For what he thought was H20
            Was H2SO4.
            Hmm, I heard it as "on top of spaghetti."

            Do you recall:

            Lincoln, Lincoln, I've been thinkin'
            What's that stuff that you've been drinkin'?
            Looks like water, tastes like winw,
            O my gosh, it's turpentine!

            And speaking of meatballs, though it wasn't a jingle: "Now that's a spicy meatball!
             
              CheeseWit

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              RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 8:19 PM (permalink)
              Everybody who knows goes to Melrose,
              Everybody who knows goes to Melrose,
              Everybody who knows goes to the Melrose Diner restaurant for the most in quality.

              Just about everybody in Philly knows that jingle for the famous Melrose Diner in South Philadelphia.
               
                chicagostyledog

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                RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 8:34 PM (permalink)
                quote:
                Originally posted by Grampy

                quote:
                Originally posted by chicagostyledog

                Yo Grampy!

                How about:

                On top of a pizza
                All covered with cheese
                I found my first meatball
                Til somebody sneezed.

                It rolled off the table
                And onto the floor
                It rolled and rolled
                Right out of the door.

                After that, you made up your own verses about how the meatball rolled over various people, military, and countries and did them in.


                There was also the song about the boy who drank the wrong beverage:

                Johnny's gone to heaven
                To live forever more
                For what he thought was H20
                Was H2SO4.
                Hmm, I heard it as "on top of spaghetti."

                Do you recall:

                Lincoln, Lincoln, I've been thinkin'
                What's that stuff that you've been drinkin'?
                Looks like water, tastes like winw,
                O my gosh, it's turpentine!

                And speaking of meatballs, though it wasn't a jingle: "Now that's a spicy meatball!


                Grampy,

                As I recall, the Chicago version was:

                Is it whiskey
                Is it wine
                O my gosh, it's terpentine.


                Dick Biondi, one of the early Chicago dj's on WJJD sang:

                "On top of a pizza"

                but when I went to Boy Scout Camp in Wisconsin, we sang:

                "On top of spaghetti"

                Who cares, as long as we're still around to sing it, let alone remember it!

                Wait, here's a few more:

                My eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the lord,
                He is driving down the alley in a pink and yellow Ford,
                One hand on the throttle
                And the other on a bottle
                Of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer.


                Here comes Peter Cottontail
                Hoppin down the bunny trail
                Hippity hoppity, flop!


                Ya better not pout
                Ya better not cry
                Ya better not shout
                I'm tellin ya why
                Santa Claus is dead!



                 
                  redtressed

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                  RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 9:14 PM (permalink)
                  Our "On Top OF" version was:

                  On top of Spaghetti
                  All covered with sand
                  I shot my poor teacher
                  with a green rubber band.

                  I shot it with pleasure
                  I shot it with pride
                  I couldn't of missed her
                  She was 40 feet wide
                   
                    Grampy

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                    RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 9:21 PM (permalink)
                    quote:
                    Originally posted by redtressed

                    Our "On Top OF" version was:

                    On top of Spaghetti
                    All covered with sand
                    I shot my poor teacher
                    with a green rubber band.

                    I shot it with pleasure
                    I shot it with pride
                    I couldn't of missed her
                    She was 40 feet wide


                    That is fantastic! I never heard that.

                    By the way, are we the only ones in America not watching football at this moment?
                     
                      Ort. Carlton.

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                      RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 10:16 PM (permalink)
                      quote:
                      Originally posted by chicagostyledog

                      Yo Grampy!

                      How about:

                      On top of a pizza
                      All covered with cheese
                      I found my first meatball
                      Til somebody sneezed.

                      It rolled off the table
                      And onto the floor
                      It rolled and rolled
                      Right out of the door.

                      After that, you made up your own verses about how the meatball rolled over various people, military, and countries and did them in.


                      Dearfolk,
                      That was the scout camp version of a song that actually became a hit: "On Top Of Spaghetti" by Tom Glaser & The Children's Chorus on Kapp Records. I've got the 45. Even now, 35+ years later after it charted (if briefly, thank God!), I find the thing excruciatingly fun to listen to.
                      They had a follow-up (I have it, too), but mercufully I can't remember it right now. Some forgotten things are blessings.
                      Obscurely, Ort. Carlton in Fixing-To-Sleet-And-Melt Athens, Georgia.
                       
                        Ort. Carlton.

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                        RE: Name That Little Tune Sun, 02/1/04 10:21 PM (permalink)
                        quote:
                        Originally posted by Grampy

                        quote:
                        Originally posted by redtressed

                        By the way, are we the only ones in America not watching football at this moment?


                        Dearfolk,
                        Football, schmootball. I prefer-a meatball with-a spicy marinara, me.
                        PadreGuidoSarduccily, Ort. Carlton in-a Da Classico City-o, Athens, Georgia.
                        P. S. This is one of the funnest topics yet. Keep the thread going until it snaps, y'all!!
                         
                          redtressed

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                          RE: Name That Little Tune Mon, 02/2/04 12:24 AM (permalink)














                          quote:
                          Grampy Posted - 02/01/2004 : 21:21:15
                          --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                          quote:
                          Originally posted by redtressed

                          Our "On Top OF" version was:

                          On top of Spaghetti
                          All covered with sand
                          I shot my poor teacher
                          with a green rubber band.

                          I shot it with pleasure
                          I shot it with pride
                          I couldn't of missed her
                          She was 40 feet wide



                          That is fantastic! I never heard that.

                          By the way, are we the only ones in America not watching football at this moment?


                          mmmmmmmmmm no football on my tv tonight..........we had Shrek/ The Road to Eldorado double feature center stage. Yes....I'm a Philistine
                           
                            EliseT

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                            RE: Name That Little Tune Mon, 02/2/04 3:32 AM (permalink)
                            quote:
                            Originally posted by chicagostyledog

                            quote:
                            Originally posted by Grampy

                            quote:
                            Originally posted by chicagostyledog

                            Yo Grampy!

                            How about:

                            On top of a pizza
                            All covered with cheese
                            I found my first meatball
                            Til somebody sneezed.

                            It rolled off the table
                            And onto the floor
                            It rolled and rolled
                            Right out of the door.

                            After that, you made up your own verses about how the meatball rolled over various people, military, and countries and did them in.


                            There was also the song about the boy who drank the wrong beverage:

                            Johnny's gone to heaven
                            To live forever more
                            For what he thought was H20
                            Was H2SO4.
                            Hmm, I heard it as "on top of spaghetti."

                            Do you recall:

                            Lincoln, Lincoln, I've been thinkin'
                            What's that stuff that you've been drinkin'?
                            Looks like water, tastes like winw,
                            O my gosh, it's turpentine!

                            And speaking of meatballs, though it wasn't a jingle: "Now that's a spicy meatball!


                            Grampy,

                            As I recall, the Chicago version was:

                            Is it whiskey
                            Is it wine
                            O my gosh, it's terpentine.


                            Dick Biondi, one of the early Chicago dj's on WJJD sang:

                            "On top of a pizza"

                            but when I went to Boy Scout Camp in Wisconsin, we sang:

                            "On top of spaghetti"

                            Who cares, as long as we're still around to sing it, let alone remember it!

                            Wait, here's a few more:

                            My eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the lord,
                            He is driving down the alley in a pink and yellow Ford,
                            One hand on the throttle
                            And the other on a bottle
                            Of Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer.




                            Who knows how old the person must have been who taught us this one:

                            I'm a little piece of tin
                            No-one knows where I have been
                            I got four wheels and a running board
                            I'm a Ford, Oh I'm a Ford

                            Honk, honk, rattle rattle rattle crash...gee whiz!
                            Honk honk rattle rattle rattle crash...gee whiz!
                             
                              Grampy

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                              RE: Name That Little Tune Mon, 02/2/04 9:08 AM (permalink)
                              And:

                              I'm looking over,
                              My poor dog Rover,
                              Lying on the kitchen floor.
                              One leg is broken,
                              The other is sprained.
                              He was run over
                              By Gravy Train.
                               
                                jerseygirl127

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                                RE: Name That Little Tune Mon, 02/2/04 9:53 AM (permalink)
                                ok-- after scrolling through all 7 pages of jingle memories-- there are two more that i can add-- a beer one and a candy one-- that no one mentioned ( at least i didn't see them - sorry if i missed them.. )
                                "take( might have been MAKE) a ring
                                and then another ring
                                and then another ring and then
                                you've got three rings balentine"

                                and who could forget=----
                                "choo choo charlie was an engineer, choo choo charlie was his name we hear- he had an engine and it couldn't run- needed good and plenty candy to make that train run.. charlie says -love that good n'plenty- charlie says 'really rings a bell - charlie says love that good n plenty don't know any other candy that i love so well" (words might not be exact but you know what i'm talking about.....)
                                 
                                  chicagostyledog

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                                  RE: Name That Little Tune Mon, 02/2/04 10:10 AM (permalink)
                                  quote:
                                  Originally posted by Grampy

                                  And:

                                  I'm looking over,
                                  My poor dog Rover,
                                  Lying on the kitchen floor.
                                  One leg is broken,
                                  The other is sprained.
                                  He was run over
                                  By Gravy Train.


                                  The Boy Scout version was:

                                  I'm looking over,
                                  My poor dog Rover,
                                  That I just ran over,
                                  With my power mower.

                                  One leg is missing.
                                  The other half's gone,
                                  There's no denying,
                                  That Rover's dying.


                                  And speaking of Boy Scouts:

                                  On my honor,
                                  I'll do my best,
                                  To help the girls scouts,
                                  Get undressed.

                                  Or

                                  Clean in body,
                                  Clean in mind,
                                  Take your pick.

                                  Or

                                  Be prepared,
                                  That's the Boy Scout,
                                  Marching song.

                                  Be prepared,
                                  Through the years,
                                  We march along.

                                  Be prepared,
                                  To hold you liquor,
                                  Very well.

                                  Don't write,
                                  Naughty words on walls,
                                  If you can't spell.

                                  If a woman,
                                  Comes along,
                                  Don't be tired,
                                  Don't be scared,
                                  Be prepared!

                                   
                                    ConeyIslandLou

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                                    RE: Name That Little Tune Mon, 02/2/04 10:35 AM (permalink)
                                    quote:
                                    Originally posted by jerseygirl127

                                    ok-- after scrolling through all 7 pages of jingle memories-- there are two more that i can add-- a beer one and a candy one-- that no one mentioned ( at least i didn't see them - sorry if i missed them.. )
                                    "take( might have been MAKE) a ring
                                    and then another ring
                                    and then another ring and then
                                    you've got three rings balentine"

                                    and who could forget=----
                                    "choo choo charlie was an engineer, choo choo charlie was his name we hear- he had an engine and it couldn't run- needed good and plenty candy to make that train run.. charlie says -love that good n'plenty- charlie says 'really rings a bell - charlie says love that good n plenty don't know any other candy that i love so well" (words might not be exact but you know what i'm talking about.....)



                                    here again..the whole thing:

                                    Once upon a time there was an engineer
                                    Choo Choo Charlie was his name, we hear.
                                    He had an engine and he sure had fun
                                    He used Good & Plenty candy to make his train run.
                                    Charlie says "Love my Good & Plenty!"
                                    Charlie says "Really rings my bell!"
                                    Charlie says "Love my Good & Plenty!"
                                    Don't know any other candy that I love so well
                                     
                                      redtressed

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                                      RE: Name That Little Tune Mon, 02/2/04 12:25 PM (permalink)
                                      quote:
                                      clothier Posted - 02/02/2004 : 09:21:15
                                      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                      quote:
                                      Originally posted by redtressed




                                      quote:
                                      Grampy Posted - 02/01/2004 : 21:21:15
                                      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                      quote:
                                      Originally posted by redtressed

                                      Our "On Top OF" version was:

                                      On top of Spaghetti
                                      All covered with sand
                                      I shot my poor teacher
                                      with a green rubber band.

                                      I shot it with pleasure
                                      I shot it with pride
                                      I couldn't of missed her
                                      She was 40 feet wide



                                      That is fantastic! I never heard that.

                                      By the way, are we the only ones in America not watching football at this moment?


                                      mmmmmmmmmm no football on my tv tonight..........we had Shrek/ The Road to Eldorado double feature center stage. Yes....I'm a Philistine



                                      Everybody at my house loves Shrek, but only my younger liked "Road to Eldorado".

                                      How did it play at your house?




                                      Mmmmmmmmmm clothier, I had 12 kids here for the event. Several couples in the neighborhood and their friends gathered together for a Super Bowl Party, and since I'm a Philistine, the younger kids, aged 9 and below partied here. ( I still have clumps of hair left on my head) Creating our own homestyle Chuck E Cheese ambience we had stations that included Fisher -Price Basketball and hoop, A Twister game area, a tv with Nintendo 64 running, my computer running learning games and time wasters, a fishing for prizes deal, various board games and the Olympic trials in mattress and sofa jumping. I ordered several styles of pizza, and did the hot dogs and chili thing, as well as we had homemade popcorn balls, fruit trays and caramel and chocolate dips and kool aid. We had a spectacular impromptu halftime show with more shocking live nudity to rival Justin and Janet's showstopper. Sarah, aged 4, grew angry at her brother,Justin, aged 6, for pilfering her slice of cheese pizza, so she snuck up behind the culprit and pulled his sweat pants and underwear down around his ankles, much to the enjoyment of the crowd. Jenica, aged 5 gave us her stylings of her own lyrics to the "Legend of Zelda" music with a lot of refrains of "Oh yeah yeah yeah baby" and "He's such a phlegmwad". The movies kind of paled in light of the live entertainment, but both were well recieved by all except for Jonathan, aged 9 who wanted to see Terminator 3 and thought the offerings were "babified" and Taylor, aged 2, who screamed bloody murder and threw up when she saw the statue monster in "El Dorado". Other than the extremist Siskel and Ebert duo, both were enjoyed with a lot of commentary and singing along.
                                       
                                        jmckee

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                                        RE: Name That Little Tune Mon, 02/2/04 1:05 PM (permalink)
                                        quote:
                                        Originally posted by hermitt4d

                                        quote:
                                        Originally posted by jmckee

                                        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?"



                                        "Complicated" by Carolyn Dawn Johnson? http://www.carolyndawnjohnson.com Not sure of the exact lyrics.

                                        Your son and his compadres probably would enjoy the "Constipation Blues" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins of "I Put a Spell on You" fame .


                                        COuld be...I'll give 'er a whirl. Ian enjoys my blues tapes in the car....
                                         
                                          jerseygirl127

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                                          RE: Name That Little Tune Tue, 02/3/04 10:03 AM (permalink)
                                          thanks for the word correction on 'choo choo charlie' -- as i said-- it was a long time ago and i was going only by memory.. thanks.. :)
                                           
                                            Grampy

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                                            RE: Name That Little Tune Tue, 02/3/04 10:07 AM (permalink)
                                            Was Bungalow Bar a New York-based ice cream truck? It was like Good Humor, but the truck was shaped like, well, a bungalow with a peaked roof. Anyway, this is what we sang:

                                            Bungalow Bar,
                                            tastes like tar.
                                            The more you eat,
                                            the sicker you are.

                                            I will literally refrain from quoting our Mr. Softee jingle.
                                             
                                              alesrus

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                                              RE: Name That Little Tune Tue, 02/3/04 1:01 PM (permalink)
                                              Something we used to sing in a more innocent time, before the world went haywire

                                              On top of old smoky
                                              all covered in blood
                                              I shot my poor teacher
                                              with a new 44 slug
                                              I went to her funeral
                                              I went to her grave
                                              instead of throwing daisies
                                              I threw a grenade.
                                               
                                                Rusty246

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                                                RE: Name That Little Tune Tue, 02/3/04 1:28 PM (permalink)
                                                quote:
                                                Originally posted by alesrus

                                                Something we used to sing in a more innocent time, before the world went haywire

                                                On top of old smoky
                                                all covered in blood
                                                I shot my poor teacher
                                                with a new 44 slug
                                                I went to her funeral
                                                I went to her grave
                                                instead of throwing daisies
                                                I threw a grenade.


                                                Maybe even worse...

                                                Marijuana, marijuana
                                                LSD, LSD
                                                Your boyfriend makes it,
                                                The teacher takes it,
                                                Why can't we, why can't we
                                                 
                                                  chicagostyledog

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                                                  RE: Name That Little Tune Tue, 02/3/04 1:30 PM (permalink)
                                                  I'm getting buried in the morning,
                                                  Ding, dong the hearse is going come,
                                                  Call up the pallbearers, open the cofffin,
                                                  And get me in the whole by one.
                                                   
                                                    alesrus

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                                                    RE: Name That Little Tune Tue, 02/3/04 1:38 PM (permalink)
                                                    Do: The stuff, I use to buy my beer.
                                                    Rae: The guy, I buy beer from.
                                                    Me: The guy, I buy beer for.
                                                    Fa: ther let me have some beer.
                                                    So: Lets go out, and drink some beer.
                                                    La: Di da, I got my beer.
                                                    Ti: No thanks, I've got my beer.
                                                    Do: Looks like we're back to drinking beer.
                                                     
                                                      alesrus

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                                                      RE: Name That Little Tune Tue, 02/3/04 1:41 PM (permalink)
                                                      Here is yet another variation on the "Old smoky" theme.

                                                      on top of spaghetti
                                                      all covered with cheese
                                                      i lost my poor meatball
                                                      when somebody sneezed
                                                      it rolled in the garden
                                                      and under a bush
                                                      and then my poor meatball
                                                      was nothing but mush!
                                                       
                                                        Rusty246

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                                                        RE: Name That Little Tune Thu, 02/5/04 11:39 AM (permalink)
                                                        quote:
                                                        Originally posted by 10X10

                                                        "Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce cheese, pickles onions, on a sesame seed bun".

                                                        And to be fair

                                                        "It take two hands to handle a whopper, the two fisted burger at Burger King"


                                                        "Hold the pickles hold the lettuce, special orders don't upset us, all we ask is that you lettuceserve it your way."
                                                         
                                                          Pwingsx

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                                                          RE: Name That Little Tune Thu, 02/5/04 5:27 PM (permalink)
                                                          to alesrus:

                                                          The ending to the song goes:

                                                          But mush is as tasty
                                                          As tasty can be
                                                          And early next summer
                                                          It grew into a tree

                                                          The tree was all covered
                                                          With beautiful moss
                                                          It grew lovely meatballs
                                                          And tomato sauce

                                                          So if you like spaghetti
                                                          All covered in cheese
                                                          Hold onto your meatballs
                                                          And don't ever sneeze


                                                          And the beer song was one of the funniest things I've ever heard!

                                                           
                                                            Ort. Carlton.

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                                                            RE: Name That Little Tune Thu, 02/5/04 7:33 PM (permalink)
                                                            quote:
                                                            Originally posted by Pwingsx

                                                            to alesrus:

                                                            The ending to the song goes:

                                                            But mush is as tasty
                                                            As tasty can be
                                                            And early next summer
                                                            It grew into a tree

                                                            The tree was all covered
                                                            With beautiful moss
                                                            It grew lovely meatballs
                                                            And tomato sauce

                                                            So if you like spaghetti
                                                            All covered in cheese
                                                            Hold onto your meatballs
                                                            And don't ever sneeze


                                                            And the beer song was one of the funniest things I've ever heard!




                                                            Dearfolk,
                                                            Y'all have made me laugh until I hurt. Thanks a million for this thread!
                                                            Achingly, Ort. in 30601-Central.
                                                             
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