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1 24th May 23:50
brojack
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Song starts with the refrain:

_______ (repeat)
_______ (repeat)
Hidey, hidey, hidey ho (repeat)
Don't you know Yockomo (repeat)
Ling ting ting (repeat)
Day-ay-o (repeat)

(End refrain)

*****
Baby, baby, oh my baby (repeat)
Reet petite, get the beat
Do a boogie woogie in the middle of the street

*****
(Repeat refrain above)

*****
Baby, baby, oh my baby (repeat)
Be bop jive, rock and roll
Come on everybody, let's do the stroll

*****

(Repeat refrain above)

*****
Baby,baby, oh my baby (repeat)
Hey little girl _______
Do a dance in the middle of the floor

*****

(Repeat refrain above)

*****
Baby, baby, oh my baby (repeat)
Step that step, that jitterbug
The one in the corner is the one I love

*****
(Repeat refrain above and fade)
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2 24th May 23:50
bobby
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Don't You Know Yokomo - Huey "Piano" Smith
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3 24th May 23:50
brojack
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I know the song; looking for the lyrics.

Jack
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4 24th May 23:50
bobby
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I assumed if you knew the song, you'd have known that it was "Yokomo", not
Yockomo!
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5 24th May 23:50
rockined1
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it's this..

Ooh My Liddi
Two Way Pockaway [don't ask me-- it's some kind of N'awlins jargon]
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6 24th May 23:50
brojack
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Curious.

It's spelled "Yockomo" on my copy of the record (Ace 553) bought in
the spring of 1959.

Maybe my copy is worth big $$$$ for the incorrect spelling, no?

BroJack
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7 24th May 23:50
brojack
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Thank ya sir.

"Ohh my liddi" That's cool.

BroJack
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8 24th May 23:50
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It is NOT "Yokomo"!

The title of the song as per the original Ace 45RPM is "Don't You Know YOCKOMO"

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9 25th May 21:42
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I wonder if the esteemed Brojack would like this song as much as he
does if he knew Huey Smith was a-a-a- ,Yes,a NEGRO!
But I will cut him some slack here on the Sixties site and not
clown him like I do when he makes racist comments on the political
newsgroups.
Who knows?Maybe Brojack has this huge emporium of soul and R and B
records he plays when none of his white Broderbund buddies are around!
I feel ya,Bro!
Riverman
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10 25th May 21:42
brojack
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Shux, whigger, I saw Huey Smith perform live before the best part of
you oozed down your unwashed hippie mother's legs.

Cordially,
BroJack
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