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Fun Music Information -> John McCutcheon

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New Song Names:

Original Song Name
New Song Name
Submitter Name
"Rubber Blubber Quail""Rubber Blubber Whale"Tess O. Gosset

Use a Song Title to Answer a Different Song:

Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
"Turn Of A Friendly Card," Alan Parsons Project"Jack Of Diamonds," John McCutcheon

Songs for Duets, That Haven't Been Done Yet:

First Band/Song Name
Second Band/Song Name
New Song Name
The Last Great American Whale
   Lou Reed
Rubber Blubber Whale
   John McCutcheon
The Last Great American Rubber Blubber Whale

Misheard Lyrics:

"Not Me!"
Misheard Lyrics:
As the President must fear
Original Lyrics:
In the present atmosphere

Dirty Song Lyrics:

"Rubber Blubber Whale"
The Dirty Lyrics:
Everybody rub-a-dub your rubber blubber whale!
Why They're Dirty:
I listened to this song a lot as a child (it is on a children's album), but when I listened to this song again a few years ago, something hit me. Now, I respect Mr. McCutcheon and I have no idea what he meant in this verse and I may just have a dirty mind, but considering that this verse seems to have little to do with the rest of the song anyway, I can't help but think that it is innuendo.
Submitted by: Raphael

Song Title Spoonerisms:

"Blubber Rubber Whale" originally "Rubber Blubber Whale"
Submitted by: Dawn Anwad
"Blubber Rubber Whale" originally "Rubber Blubber Whale"
Submitted by: Dawn Anwad

Upbeat Songs With Depressing Lyrics:

"Here's to Cheshire"
The Lyrics:
That is the end of him and her
(Ding, dong, dell go the wedding bells!)
For there won't be no tadpoles covered with fur
(Ding, dong, dell go the wedding bells!)
This is a very pleasant-sounding variation of the "Frog Went a-Courtin'" ballad. While I don't remember how the original ends, I just noticed that in the last verse, John lays down the cruel truth that Froggie and Ms. Mouse won't be able to have kids.
Submitted by: Raphael

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