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"Oops! I Did It Again" was originally recorded in 1932 by..... (Are you sitting down?).... Louis Armstrong!

   Full story is at Oops I Did It Again: The Original. Article was posted on April 22 by Chris Bodily TM

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Chris Bodily TM - April 22, 2005 - Report this comment
This is probably the funniest thing you will EVER see on the Internet! I literally laugh at it every day now that I've heard it. And no, it's a parody of Louis Armstrong singing "Oops I Did It Again." The guy who sings it does a very dead-on Satchmo impression.
Michael Pacholek - April 22, 2005 - Report this comment
OK, somebody ripped off one of my better ideas. On another website I play on, "Other Timelines," I wrote an "alternate history" in which Buddy Holly recorded "Achy Breaky Heart" in 1958, and it became a classic, while Billy Ray Cyrus got laughed right out of the music business and right into the acting business because of his "cover version." But even mine isn't totally original: On an old "Saturday Night Live," Tim Meadows played Nat (King) Cole, who, in this supposed last recording session of his life, sang his new composition "Baby Got Back," and the record company wouldn't press it onto wax. Meadows' Nat impression was completely on, and it was the funniest thing he's ever done.
Shiek of The Mutilated - April 24, 2005 - Report this comment
Did Peggy Lee do the original "Like A Virgin"? ;D
Chuck A. Spear - April 24, 2005 - Report this comment
>>>>Did Peggy Lee do the original "Like A Virgin"? ;D<<<< LOL! -She did do "Why Don't You Do Right?"....which is about as close as you can get for the 40's! I'm glad to hear that this was a parody of Louis Armstrong! I love Satchmo- but when I heard this, I thought "Man, his early stuff SUCKS!" [To the parodiest] about doing Fat Albert singing The Harlem Shuffle!?
Steve K. - April 27, 2005 - Report this comment
That's amazing. Another recent hit, "Istanbul Not Constantinople", by They Might Be Giants" was originally a hit for The Four Lads in 1953.
Me - June 01, 2008 - Report this comment
TMBG's version of "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" could hardly be described as a "recent" hit when it came out in 1990...15 years before your comment.

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