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Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo

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London Town (Ring Dang Doo) (from Logsdon, The Whorehouse Bells Were Ringing)
The Rang-a-Tang-Too (#31b from Randolph & Legman, Roll Me in Your Arms: "Unprintable" Ozark Folksongs and Folklore)
The Ring-Dang-Doo (#31a from Randolph & Legman, Roll Me in Your Arms: "Unprintable" Ozark Folksongs and Folklore)


dewayne@cedar.alberni.net 07 Apr 97 - 12:41 AM
Ralph Butts 07 Apr 97 - 07:26 AM
jhill@plix.com 07 Apr 97 - 04:52 PM
Bob Henrickson 18 Apr 97 - 09:12 AM
Bill Foster 18 Apr 97 - 04:29 PM
baskethj@sota-oh.com 11 May 97 - 12:02 PM
11 May 97 - 08:40 PM
Martin Ryan 12 May 97 - 04:51 AM
GUEST,GMT 31 Jul 00 - 04:03 AM
GUEST,John Tyler 14 Jul 02 - 01:58 PM
masato sakurai 14 Jul 02 - 02:32 PM
DonD 14 Jul 02 - 05:35 PM
John M. 15 May 05 - 02:13 AM
GUEST,Allan S. 15 May 05 - 11:39 AM
Nigel Parsons 15 May 05 - 02:27 PM
Peace 15 May 05 - 02:47 PM
Peace 15 May 05 - 02:54 PM
Peace 15 May 05 - 02:57 PM
GUEST 18 Dec 09 - 01:08 AM
Joe Offer 18 Dec 09 - 03:41 AM
GUEST,Allan s 18 Dec 09 - 08:59 AM
Joe_F 18 Dec 09 - 09:39 PM
Joe Offer 19 Dec 09 - 05:15 PM
Joe Offer 19 Dec 09 - 05:29 PM
GUEST,Fox 31 Jan 11 - 07:30 PM
GUEST,Fox 31 Jan 11 - 07:33 PM
Taconicus 31 Jan 11 - 08:38 PM
Cluin 01 Feb 11 - 01:35 AM
GUEST 30 Dec 11 - 09:43 PM
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Subject: A Rig a dam do
From: dewayne@cedar.alberni.net
Date: 07 Apr 97 - 12:41 AM

I have been requested to try and find the lyrics to "A rig a dam do" or something similar. Anyone heard of this song?


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From: Ralph Butts
Date: 07 Apr 97 - 07:26 AM

Sounds a little like the chorus of "Whiskey in the Jar".

Musha rig um du rum da
Whack fol the daddy o
Whack fol the daddy o
There's whiskey in the jar.

If you think this is it, search the database for "whiskey jar". There are two versions...Tiger


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Subject: RE: ring a dang doo
From: jhill@plix.com
Date: 07 Apr 97 - 04:52 PM

I think the song may be called (my) Ring Dang Doo; and was a minor Roger Miller hit(?) in the late sixties. There is another that may be the original that Roger "cleaned upped" called Ringy dang doo. Search Digital Tradition Title List for that one.

regards

jhill@plix.com


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Subject: RE:ring a dang doo
From: Bob Henrickson
Date: 18 Apr 97 - 09:12 AM

Ring Dang Doo was recorded by Oscar Brand on one of his "Bawdy Songs and Backroom Ballads" in the late 50's or early 60's.


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Subject: RE:ring a dang doo
From: Bill Foster
Date: 18 Apr 97 - 04:29 PM

Chorus:

O the ring dang do, now what is that/ It's round and dark like a bowler hat./ It's good for me and it's good for you--/ And it's what they call the ring dang doo.

Sorry, I can't remember a single one of the many verses.


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Subject: RE: a rig a dan do
From: baskethj@sota-oh.com
Date: 11 May 97 - 12:02 PM

I know a song called "The Princess Pat," in which the chorus says, "A rig - a - bamboo, now what is that" It's something made by the princess Pat." If that sounds like it, let me know, and I'll give you the rest of the words.


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From:
Date: 11 May 97 - 08:40 PM

I'd be interested especially if Princess Pat refers to the PPCLI which has had a long association with my hometown of Calgary, Alberta. I think this song would be a variation on the regimental songs popular in the Canadian and British armies.

Frank Phillips


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Subject: RE:
From: Martin Ryan
Date: 12 May 97 - 04:51 AM

Arig-a-dum-a do, whack folde dadio

Ring a dum-a-do, dance to your daddy oh??


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Subject: RE:
From: GUEST,GMT
Date: 31 Jul 00 - 04:03 AM

Thanks Bill that's the song


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Subject: RE: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST,John Tyler
Date: 14 Jul 02 - 01:58 PM

We sang this in 1950 - 1952 while in the Army. Only some lyrics were somewhat different.

"When I was young, etc, etc,
---------from New Orleans,
Her hair was red and her eyes was blue -
she had what's known - - - "

cho: "Oh, the ring dang doo, now what is that
It's soft and round like a pussy cat,
All covered with hair, and split in two,
That's what is known as the ring dang doo"

"She took me up upon her bed - -
---------
She grabbed ahold of my toodle doo
and put it in that Ring Dang Doo"


We sang it from Connecticut, to Virginia, to California, back to Virginia and on to Augsburg, Germany - Heavy Tank Co, 102nd Inf Regt, 43rd Inf Div.


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Subject: 'A rig a dam do' lyrics requested
From: masato sakurai
Date: 14 Jul 02 - 02:32 PM

Three bawdy versions of "The Ring-Dang-Doo" are in Ed Cray's The Erotic Muse, 2nd ed. (University of Illinois Press, pp. 182-186). Also in Guy Hogsdon, The Whorehouse Bells Were Ringing (University of Illinois Press, 1989, pp. 241-244). Probably in Randolph's Unprintable (which is not in front of me at present).

~Masato


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Subject: RE: 'A rig a dam do' lyrics requested
From: DonD
Date: 14 Jul 02 - 05:35 PM

In awe as always at Masato's erudition! I have to ask, Masato, how many books do you have???


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Subject: The song 'Ring Dang Do' = 'Drugs'
From: John M.
Date: 15 May 05 - 02:13 AM

Hello everyone,

Has anyone ever heard other versions of the song "Ring Dang Do" as a reference to drugs?  

 

RING DANG DO   (preview mp3)

Ring dang do catches up with you
Sooner than later, it'll make you blue.
Ring dang do will steal your soul
Hold it down 'til you lose control.

String you out without a care
The Devil's best friend. O, ya better beware!
Ring dang do will never set you free
Ring dang do ain't got no mercy.

Ring dang do,
Ring dang do.

Ring dang do catches up with you
Takes a wise man, makes him a fool.
Ring dang do buries you alive
Kills your will 'til you can't survive.

It's insane and strange down there.
The Devil's best friend. O, you better beware!
Ring dang do will never set you free
Ring dang do ain't got no mercy.

Ring dang do,     (No mercy.)
Ring dang do.

Ya better hold on with all your might
The quicksand's got hold of you tight
One life line, don't let go
Don't throw away tomorrow.

Ring dang do.

Ring dang do catches up with you
Sooner than later, it'll make you blue.
Ring dang do will steal your soul
Hold it down 'til you lose control.

String you out without a care
The Devil's best friend. O, ya better beware!
Ring dang do will never set you free
Ring dang do ain't got no mercy.

Ring dang do,     (No mercy.)
Ring dang do,     (No. No.)
Ring dang do.     (No mercy.)
Ring dang do.
 


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Subject: RE: The song 'Ring Dang Do' = 'Drugs'
From: GUEST,Allan S.
Date: 15 May 05 - 11:39 AM

Not as far as I know about that Ring Dang Doo Are you confusing it the following
When I was a young man in my teens
I met a girl in her Orleens
She was young and pertty too
And had the cutest Ring dang a doo


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Subject: RE: The song 'Ring Dang Do' = 'Drugs'
From: Nigel Parsons
Date: 15 May 05 - 02:27 PM

Guest, Allan S has the version I best remember. With the chorus:

A ring dang doo,
Pray, what is that,
it's nice and smooth
Like a pussy cat.
It's covered in hair,
And split in two.
That's what they call a "Ring-dang-doo"

CHEERS
Nigel


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Subject: RE: The song 'Ring Dang Do' = 'Drugs'
From: Peace
Date: 15 May 05 - 02:47 PM

Nigel,

John has that version on his site.

Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs did yet another version of it, but the rdd referred to was the old purple passion of shaggy-dog joke fame. I will now go look s'more.


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Subject: RE: The song 'Ring Dang Do' = 'Drugs'
From: Peace
Date: 15 May 05 - 02:54 PM

Chorus
Well a ring dang doo
What the heck is that .
All soft and warm.
Like a kitty cat.
All covered in fur.
and split in two.
Thats what she called.
Her a ring dang doo.

She invited me down. Into her cellar.
And she said that I was a mighty nice feller.
Well she gave be beer and whiskey too.
And she let me play with her ring dang doo.

Chorus

Well mother came home.
And I heard shout.
You (censored on the site) in sl*t. I want you out.
So she ran away.
And joined the Corps.
And hung a sign upon her door.

Come one. Come all.
And Gunny too.
And I'll let you play.
With my ring dang doo.

Chorus

No drug reference yet--depending on what ya call a drug.


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Subject: RE: The song 'Ring Dang Do' = 'Drugs'
From: Peace
Date: 15 May 05 - 02:57 PM

The above is from this site

www.military-quotes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11062


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST
Date: 18 Dec 09 - 01:08 AM

oh ring dang do, pray tell what is that it's short and fat like a pussy cat, its long and thin and covered with skin, that's what they call a ring a dang do. only lyrics i know. need the rest.


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Subject: ADD: London Town
From: Joe Offer
Date: 18 Dec 09 - 03:41 AM

Here's another version:

LONDON TOWN

As I walked out on London's street,
A pretty maid I chanced to meet.
She offered me gold and silver, too,
Just to crawl right onto her doodle-doo.

"Your doodle-do and what is that?"
"It's something like old granny's cap;
It's fringed all around and split in two,
And that's what I call my doodle-doo."

She went into her father's house,
Just as quiet as a little mouse.
She barred the doors and windows, too,
Just to give me a shake at her doodle-doo.

She climbed upon her maiden's bed,
She took the pillow from beneath her head,
She tossed the quilts and the blankets, too,
And I crawled right on to her doodle-doo.

She went into her father's hall
And down upon her knees did fall.
"Oh! dearest father and mother, too,
I've been too free with my doodle-doo."

"You nasty, stinking, dirty bitch!
I wish I had a thorny switch.
I'd beat your back and belly, too,
And drag it through your doodle-doo."

"Oh! dearest Mother, don't be enraged.
Before you were sixteen of age,
You left your father and mother, too,
And followed dad for his doodle-doo.

"Oh! I oft times wished, and I've wished in vain,
I've wished I were a maid again;
But a maid I'm not or ne'er can be,
For the man I love has ruined me.

"I wish to God my babe was born,
And laid upon its father's arm,
And I, poor girl, was dead in the grave,
And the green grass over me."


Alternate titles: "The Ring Dang Doo," "The Doo-Gee-Ma-Doo," "The Rang-a-Tang-Too," and "The Ring-a-Rang-Roo."


Source: The Whorehouse Bells Were Ringing (and other Songs Cowboys Sing), by Guy Logsdon, 1989 (#51, pp 241-244).

You'll find the exact same version in Randolph-Legman "Unprintable" Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (one of FOUR versions in Randolph-Legman).



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Here are the Traditional Ballad Index entries on this song:

    Ring-Dang-Doo (I), The

    DESCRIPTION: A young woman lets a lad ride her "ring dang doo," is kicked out of her house by her father for losing her maidenhead, and takes up prostitution. In some versions she gives her customers a social disease; in others her career ends when she dies of the pox
    AUTHOR: unknown
    EARLIEST DATE:
    KEYWORDS: bawdy humorous disease sex whore
    FOUND IN: Australia Canada Britain(England) US(Ap,MA,MW,Ro,So,SW), West Indies
    REFERENCES (3 citations):
    Cray, pp. 182-186, "The Ring-Dang-Doo" (3 texts, 1 tune)
    Randolph-Legman I, pp. 147-151, "The Rang-a-Tang-Too" (4 texts, 2 tunes)
    Logsdon 51, pp. 240-244, "London Town" (1 text, 1 tune)

    Roud #1880
    RECORDINGS:
    Anonymous singers "The Ring-A-Rang-A-Roo" [fragment] (on Unexp1)
    CROSS-REFERENCES:
    cf. "Rackyman Doo (Ring-Dang-Doo (II))" (euphemism)
    Notes: The first version in Randolph-Legman I (p. 147) is to the unrecognized melody of "The Irish Washerwoman," the second to "The Arkansas Traveler." - EC
    File: EM182A

    Rackyman Doo (Ring-Dang-Doo (II))

    DESCRIPTION: Singer meets a young fellow, and asks whether he'd like to have a game on her rackyman doo. He asks what it is; she explains that it's soft, with hairs all round and split in two. She takes him to her father's cellar, gives him drink, and asks again
    AUTHOR: unknown
    EARLIEST DATE: early 1960s (collected from Caroline Hughes)
    KEYWORDS: sex bawdy
    FOUND IN: Britain(England), US(MW), West Indies
    REFERENCES (1 citation):
    MacSeegTrav 40, "Ring Dang Doo" (1 text, 1 tune)
    CROSS-REFERENCES:
    cf. "Ring-Dang-Doo (I)" (euphemism)
    Notes: I separate this from "Ring-Dang-Doo (I)" because it doesn't contain any of the plot elements of that song -- prostitution, pox, etc. No question but they're related, of course. Also, I use the name "Rackyman Doo" because that was Hughes' title for the song. - PJS
    File: McCST040

    Go to the Ballad Search form
    Go to the Ballad Index Instructions
    Go to the Bibiography
    Go to the Discography

    The Ballad Index Copyright 2009 by Robert B. Waltz and David G. Engle.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST,Allan s
Date: 18 Dec 09 - 08:59 AM

I heard it back in the late 1940's early 1950's


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Subject: ADD Version: Ring Dang Doo
From: Joe_F
Date: 18 Dec 09 - 09:39 PM

Here is the version current in my highschool (Putney, VT), ca. 1953:

RING DANG DOO

What is that thing right over there,
So soft and smooth and covered with hair,
So round and firm and filled with goo?
Why, that there thing is the ring dang doo.

There was a gal; she had a feller;
She took him down into the cellar,
She fed him wine and whiskey too,
And she let him ride on her ring dang doo.

Her father cried from out his bed,
"Oh daughter dear, have you lost your head?
Go pack your bag, and your Kotex too,
And make your living on your ring dang doo."

So she went to town, and became a whore;
She tacked this sign upon her door:
"Two dollars down, two bits will do,
And you can ride on the ring dang doo."

Well they came by twos and they came by fours,
And when they came, they came in scores.
They brought their money, and their rubbers too,
And she let them ride on the ring dang doo.

Well, the Army came, and the Navy went.
The price went up to fifty cents,
But still they came to get their screw.
Oh, how they loved their ring dang doo!

Now from out of the hills there came a sonofabitch.
He had the clap [clap hands] and the seven-year itch,
He had the syph, and the blue balls too,
And she let him ride on the ring dang doo.

Well, our gal she died in a week or two.
The fellows mourned 'cause they missed her screw.
They fucked each other, and their mothers too.
Oh, how they missed their ring dang doo!

They tacked her tits to the courthouse wall.
They pickled her pussy in alcohol;
They buried it there 'neath the avenue.
Now the buses ride on the ring dang doo.


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Subject: ADD Version: The Ring-Dang-Doo
From: Joe Offer
Date: 19 Dec 09 - 05:15 PM

THE RING-DANG-DOO

As I was a-wandering down the street,
A fair young maid I chanced for to meet.
She offered me gold and silver too,
Just to take a poke at her doo-gee-ma-doo.

CHORUS
Her do-gee-ma-doo, now what is that?
Well, it's haired all 'round like grandpa's hat;
It's haired all 'round and split in two,
That's what she calls her doo-gee-ma-doo.

I took her down to the river side,
I made her ass bobble with the tide,
You can bet your life and money too,
I went away up her doo-gee-ma-doo.

Took her to her father's house,
We crept right in just like a mouse,
And the next sweet task I had to do
Was to take another poke at her doo-gee-ma-doo.

The morning broke all bright and fair,
I met her Pa upon the stair.
He said young man, what I've a notion to do
Is cut off your prick and your ballyx too.

The morning broke all bright and fair,
She met her Ma upon the stair.
Her Ma she said you dirty little bitch,
I've a notion to go and get a switch.

And whip your ass all black and blue,
For being so free with your doo-gee-ma-doo.


#31a from Randolph & Legman, Roll Me in Your Arms: "Unprintable" Ozark Folksongs and Folklore, p. 147


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Subject: ADD Version: The Rang-a-Tang-Too
From: Joe Offer
Date: 19 Dec 09 - 05:29 PM

And one more:

THE RANG-A-TANG-TOO

Rang-a-tang-too is a mighty fine thing.
Good in the fall and good in the spring;
Bobby and Jim and little Jesse too,
They all took a crack at my rang-a-tang-too.

#31b from Randolph & Legman, Roll Me in Your Arms: "Unprintable" Ozark Folksongs and Folklore, p. 148


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST,Fox
Date: 31 Jan 11 - 07:30 PM

This was Skip's(my coach) favorite song to sing to the group after a match. we would all sing back each line after he had sung it on the chorus. all of the rest was sung by him in a confessional kind of way. I dont remember any of the verses. sorry. but here is how i remember the chorus.

Well the ringa ding do....   (repeated by crowd)
pray what is that?          (repeated b. crowd)
With the hair all aroung... (rbc)
like a pussycat.                (rbc)
Well its oval shaped...          (rbc)
and its split in two...          (rbc)
and thats what they call..         (rbc)
The Ringa ding do.                (rbc)


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST,Fox
Date: 31 Jan 11 - 07:33 PM

he also had us do hand gestures to add to the experience...think "I'm a little teapot" only dirty with drunken ruggers


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: Taconicus
Date: 31 Jan 11 - 08:38 PM

When I heard it in the Northeastern US as a kid it was...
When I was young and in my teens
I met a girl from New Orleans.
Her hair was blonde and her eyes were blue
And she let me play with her ring-a-dang-doo.

Ring-a-dang-doo, pray what is that?
Soft and warm like a pussycat.
Hole in the middle, and a little hair too…
That my friends is a ring-a-dang-doo!
To the tune of Blue Tail Fly


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: Cluin
Date: 01 Feb 11 - 01:35 AM

Lyrics from "The Dirty Songbook" compiled by Jerry Silverman (S/X Press 1982)

THE RING-DANG-DOO

When I was a lad in my teens
I met a gal from New Orleans
She had blonde hair and blue eyes too
And she let me ride on the ring-dang-doo

(chorus:)
Oh, the ring-dang-doo, now what is that?
It's soft and round like a pussy cat
It's got a hole in the middle and split in two
And that's what they call the ring-dang-doo

She took me down into her cellar
And said that I was a mighty fine feller
She fed me wine and whiskey too
And let me ride on her ring-dang-doo

(chorus)

Her father came and angrily said
"Now you have lost your maidenhaid
So pack up your bags and your Kotex too
And make your living off your ring-dang-doo"

(chorus)

So she went off to be a whore
And hung this sign above her door:
"One dollar each, and three for two
To take a crack at my ring-dang-doo

(chorus)

They came by twos; they came by fours
Until at last, they came in scores
But she was glad, when they were through
For they had ruined her ring-dang-doo

(chorus)

Then along came Pete, the son-of-a-bitch
He had blue balls and the seven-year itch
He had the Clap and the syphilis too
And he put 'em all in her ring-dang-doo

(chorus)

And now, she lies beneath the sod
Her soul, they say, is gone to God
But down in Hell, when Satan's blue
He takes a whirl at her ring-dang-doo

(chorus)


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST
Date: 30 Dec 11 - 09:43 PM

Roger Miller recording his self-written hit, "Dang Me", back
in 1964.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dang_Me

Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs recorded a song called "Ring Dang Do",
in 1965.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOd64IqJJ1c


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST
Date: 30 Dec 11 - 09:45 PM

Roger Miller recorded his self-written hit, "Dang Me" in 1964.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST,Rich
Date: 26 Apr 12 - 10:34 AM

Over two decades ago I found a book in the Philadelphia Public Library called "Bawdy Songs and Backroom Ballads". It had a version of the song that went like this:

The Ring Dang Doo
Now what is that?
It's round and dark lie a bowler hat.
It's good for me, and good for you,
And it is called the Ring Dang Doo.

There was a girl,
A shy young maid;
Of men and boys she was sore afraid.
She woke one morning with a feeling new -
There was a stranger in her Ring Dang Doo!

Her angry father before her stood,
Said, "You have lost your maidenhood!
So pack your bag, and your portmanteau,
And get the hell out with your Ring Dang Doo!"

She went to town and became a whore,
And hung this sign outside her door:
"A dollar each, or three for two
To have a crack at the Ring Dang Doo".

The army came, and the army went,
The price dropped down to fifteen cents.
They got the clap, and the lues, too,
And the seven-year itch from the Ring Dang Doo.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST
Date: 27 Jun 12 - 02:13 AM

Keith last verse.

Well the MPs camd and they shot her dead
The troops filed by as she lay in bed
they hung it up there for the public view,
They hung it up there, her ring dang doo            Korea 1958


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Ring Dang Doo
From: GUEST,Lighter
Date: 27 Jun 12 - 10:08 AM

The versions "Bawdy Songs & Back Room Ballads" was collected and edited by Oscar Brand from his series of American LPs of that title.

Brand "improved" the songs wherever possible. That included making them wittier and less vulgar (if you can believe it).

A lot of people learned the songs from Brand's records.


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