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Thread: My Girl's Pussy (novelty song) on vintage Washburn uke and Kazoo

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    Thanks for the kind reviews of my original song! It means a lot to me, and thanks for taking the time to give an honest critique! Have a great weekend.

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    jasontaulbee :

    Busted a gut - Thanks

    EZ :

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    It started for me with Twinkle Twinkle Little Star in 54 on a Blues Harp and progressed , then life .....some death ....Evolving as I went like a small rock in a stream rounding out as I went with the flow as I go through the white waters and waterfalls of life . Life has always been interesting to me

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    Entertaining! Here's a similar one you might try.

    https://youtu.be/nJ0UfziNTBE
    Tommy

    "It's not how many notes you know, it's what you do with them."


    My vocal covers:
    "Tommy's Dirt And Soul"
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYD...GimV64_DbpMSVw

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    Have you heard R. Crumb's Cheap Suit Serenaders do this song?

    While I don't disapprove, it's a little too in your face for me to appreciate. I prefer a more subtle double entendre. This song seems more like a single entendre. It seems like something that would appeal to a certain politician, which may be what turns me off a bit.

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    My girl's parakeet just wouldn't have worked.
    Beeru Onegashimasu.
    Little ukes, Bigger ukes, Big ukes
    Stupid looking Hat
    Sunglasses and Sandles

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Yates View Post
    Have you heard R. Crumb's Cheap Suit Serenaders do this song?
    I certainly have, and while I enjoy it, I still prefer the original My version is (at best) a hybrid of the two with a couple new verses penned by me Thanks a lot for the comment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane Ramon View Post
    jasontaulbee :

    Busted a gut - Thanks
    Thanks a bunch for the encouragement! I really appreciate it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Leroy View Post
    My girl's parakeet just wouldn't have worked.
    You might just be right...

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