Oh, I love coffee, I love tea, I love the girl and you don’t love me Oh me, oh my, oh me, oh my My baby don’t love me I got a car, a buggle or two All I need is a girl like you Oh me, oh my, oh me, oh my Just a buggle or two Stop beatin' around. to win my heart You better start before we part Let’s drop it before we part Stop beatin' around the Mulberry bush The Mulberry bush, the Mulberry bush Stop beatin' around the Mulberry bush Come out and say you love me Come out and say you love me.
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In 1938, a song called "Stop Beatin' Round the Mulberry Bush", with lyrics by Bickley Reichner and music by Clay Boland and built around the basic melody of the nursery rhyme, was popular with recordings by bands such as Count Basie, Jack Hylton, Nat Gonella, and Joe Loss. That version became popular again in 1953, when it was recorded by Bill Haley & His Comets. A version was recorded in Western Armenian in the 2017 album, My First Armenian Songbook, arranged by Karenn Presti and sung by Stephanie Betjemann. This article needs additional citations. The Merry-Go-Round is a song with the same tune as "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush", but some notes are removed. The song tells the story of several children on a merry-go-round that-in a sadistic twist-collapses because so many children are riding it.
Artist: The Mills Brothers. Album: The Good Old Times, Vol. 2. Release year: 2015. Download The Mills Brothers - Stop Beatin' Round the Mulberry Bush. The Good Old Times, Vol. 2: Best 2 songs. Glen Gray - Heaven Can 02:55.
The Six Swingers recorded between late 1934 and early 1940, and Vocalion's third volume is set plumb in the middle, from 1936 to 1938. The composition of the studio group was fairly static, the two mainstays being George himself and reedsman Freddy Gardner. The music they produced was bright and bouncing small group swing, in which every instrument is clearly delineated and solos abound. For most of the tracks this is the first reissue, but "Stop Beatin' Round The Mulberry Bush" was reincarnated on a Living Era CD. The issued take is duplicated here, and followed by take 2, thus making Sam Costa's three-syllable pronunciation of "mulberry" doubly irritating! But this is a most welcome augmentation of Six Swingers sides on CD, lovingly transferred, and carrying some useful biographical information about George Scott Wood's activities. 2 people found this helpful.
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