8 thoughts on “ Oh! Ma-Ma (The Butcher Boy) - The Mills Brothers - Yellow Bird (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Oh, Ma-Ma! (The Butcher Boy) This song is by The Andrews Sisters. Oh Ma-Ma! Oh, catcha dat man-a for me! Oh Ma-Ma! How happy I will be! Oh Ma-Ma! I'll cheery-beery be! Oh, if I'm gonna marry, It's-a da butcher boy for me! Hey, Marie! I gotta da lamb chop! Hey, Marie! I gotta da.
  2. "The Butcher’s Boy" or "The Butcher Boy" (Laws P24, Roud ) is an American folk song derived from traditional English ballads. Tommy Makem learned the version sung by his mother Sarah Makem and recorded it both on a solo album and with The Clancy Brothers.
  3. Lyrics for "Oh! Ma-Ma (The Butcher Boy)" by THE MILLS BROTHERS are not available yet Yellow Bird () Yellow Bird; You Can't Be True, Dear; Oh! Ma-Ma (The Butcher Boy) Take Me Along; Te Quiero; Get A Job; Highways Are Happy Ways; I Miss You So; Beaver; I Found A Million Dollar Baby; I Got You; Lullaby In Ragtime; THE MILLS BROTHERS videos.
  4. Origin. Related music and lyrics appeared as early as , in the art song "La Danza" (Tarantella Napoletana) by Gioachino Rossini and Carlo inszamcomwotongputerzamulhersparkcea.co in Italy, bawdier versions were inszamcomwotongputerzamulhersparkcea.co , New York City's Italian Book Company arranged and recorded a version by Sicilian sailor Paolo Citorello (sometimes spelled Citarella), and an American court upheld their copyright in
  5. The Andrews Sisters. The Andrews Sisters were a highly successful close harmony singing group of the swing and boogie-woogie eras. The group consisted of three sisters: contralto LaVerne Sophia Andrews (July 6, – May 8, ), soprano Maxene Angelyn Andrews (January 3, – October 21, ), and mezzo-soprano Patricia Marie "Patty" Andrews (born February 16, ).
  6. Oh, Ma, Ma (the Butcher Boy) OH! MA MA Dick Robertson Mama, dear, come over here And see who's looking in my window It's the butcher boy and oh, He's got a bundle in his hand. Tell me why he winks his eye Whenever he goes by my window, Daughter, daughter, he's in love And you're in love, and love is grand. Hey Marie! I gotta da pork chop, Hey.
  7. Oh Ma-Ma! Oh, catcha dat man-a for me! Oh Ma-Ma! How happy I will be! Oh Ma-Ma! I'll cheery-beery be! Oh, if I'm gonna marry, It's-a da butcher boy for me! Hey, Marie! I gotta da lamb chop! Hey, Marie! I gotta da pork-a chop! Hey, Marie! Marie! 'Ya.

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