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Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder

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I LOBSTER AND NEVER FLOUNDER


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Subject: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: amy
Date: 16 Nov 96 - 02:46 AM

I remember my father singing something like this when I was a kid - I think the next line was "who could commit such a terrible crime?" Anyone know any more of this?


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Susan of DT
Date: 17 Nov 96 - 02:38 PM

Not "The cow kicked Nelly in the belly in the barn"?


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Priscilla Wintermute
Date: 11 Feb 97 - 07:31 PM

My grandfather used to sing a version of this, similar to the one in the database, but not quite. Again, to Turkey in the Straw:

"I kicked old Nelly in the belly in the barn (x3)... But the farmer said it would do 'er no harm."

I always assumed that Nelly was the cow in this rendition.

I'll bet there are as many versions out there as there are old folks to remember them!!


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST,Susy
Date: 08 Nov 01 - 02:48 PM

Sounds like a Stan Borreson ditty to me. He did a lot of "Scandanavianized" versions of songs some twenty or thirty years ago out of Seattle (really Ballard) WA.


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Joe_F
Date: 08 Nov 01 - 06:17 PM

The version I heard was

The cow kicked Nellie in the belly in the barn.
Didn't do her any good, didn't do her any harm.


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: catspaw49
Date: 08 Nov 01 - 07:09 PM

I think it may have been the same guy who hit Cass in the ass with a bass.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Greyeyes
Date: 09 Nov 01 - 08:36 AM

In my rugby days we sang
"the cow kicked nelly in the belly in the barn (X3) The farmer said it would be alright."

Then sang
"second verse, same as the first, but a little bit louder and a little bit worse"
which we did. By about the 5th verse everyone was bellowing the words as loudly as possible and thus working up a fierce thirst, which we set about slaking.

Little things...


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Joe Offer
Date: 09 Nov 01 - 08:41 PM

I'm really going to be upset if we can't find this song. I found two websites with variations of the line," Who hit Nelly in the belly with a flounder" - but the one line is all they give. Still, it's enough to make me think there must be a legitimate (?) song. -Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: oombanjo
Date: 10 Nov 01 - 08:06 AM

this is the only one I know she,s got hairs upon her belly like the prickles on a vine, singing Nelly put your belly close to mine. we sang this as kids at my grandmother, then she would chase us down the garden.


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: labinski
Date: 01 May 02 - 09:55 PM

please e-mail me the mp3 of the song @ mlabinski@yahoo.com

thanks I can't find it anywhere!

-mike labinski


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Anahootz
Date: 01 May 02 - 10:27 PM

...expounding on 'spaws answer, mebbe it's the guy who hit Brad in the nads with a shad.


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Troll
Date: 01 May 02 - 10:58 PM

...or the guy who hit Stout in the snout with a Trout?
Who smacked Sally in the dark with a Shark?

What about
Who hit Charley in the face with a Dace?...
Who hit 'Spaw in the bollocks with a Pollock?

The mind boggles at the possibilities.

troll


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: DonD
Date: 01 May 02 - 11:02 PM

I remember this line from at least fifty years ago, but I don't think there was really any more to it. It was a comic catch phrase, i.e. "And now for my next number -- Who etc.

It may have originated as a satiric comment on the prevalence of music hall/vaudeville performances of 'Who threw the overalls in Mrs. Murphy's chowder" and the like.

Now, in 1949, I can remember learning"Who threw the whiskey in the well?" from a Louis Proma record -- I can remember learning it, but I can't remeber it.


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST,Foe
Date: 02 May 02 - 08:49 AM

We used to sing it as kids:

Who slapped Annie on the fannie with a flounder Who slapped Annie with a big flat fish Who slapped Annie on the fannie with a flounder (spoken) It musta been a flounder or a pickerel or a bass

Don't remember the rest but the word "bass" sets up the next few lines


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST,Dagenham Doc
Date: 02 May 02 - 09:01 AM

Arhtur Askey.

Doc.


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Joe Offer
Date: 31 Jul 04 - 01:54 PM

OK, this is one that's still puzzling me. I was watching the movie Down to Earth last night, starring Rita Hayworth as (what else?) a goddess. In the 1946 movie Rita's character complains the one of the most popular songs with people in the United States is "Who Hit Nellie in the Belly with a Flounder."
Can anybody find this song for us? This is one of our oldest song requests, thread number 160, and it still has no answer.
-Joe Offer, flustrated-


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Roughyed
Date: 31 Jul 04 - 05:16 PM

Someone called Philly Cuzz has recorded it. I'll try a blue clicky
but I'm not optimistic... I found the link via alltheweb


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Roughyed
Date: 31 Jul 04 - 05:18 PM

I'll try just once more http://www.onthewaytocapemay.com/capemay.html


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Roughyed
Date: 31 Jul 04 - 05:19 PM

You don'r know how good that made me feel!


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Roughyed
Date: 31 Jul 04 - 05:35 PM

I've tracked down one verse at least.

Who hit Nelly in the belly with a flounder
Who's gonna answer to her Mom and Dad
Nelly says her belly's stinky (?) smelly from that fish
Grandpa claims it's all too brisk
So who hit Nelly in the belly with a flounder
Down at the dock in Wildwood Bay
That kid should be careful next time
Catching that fish, swinging that line
Cos Nelly's little belly might be in the way


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: SINSULL
Date: 31 Jul 04 - 06:39 PM

For a recording:

http://www.onthewaytocapemay.com/default.asp?Page=samples2.html


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Subject: RE: Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Joe Offer
Date: 01 Aug 04 - 01:35 AM

Roughyed, from the recording, I'd guess Nelly's belly is "icky smelly" from that fish. I don't know if "too brisk" could be it in the next line, but I can't of a better alternative.
But is this the original song, or is it a New Jersey version? Isn't Wildwood Bay not far from Cape May?
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Jim McLean
Date: 01 Aug 04 - 03:52 PM

oombanjo, we sang similar verses .. oh the girls in France do the hoky hoky dance, singing Annie put your fanny close to mine.
And the girls in Spain do the very, very same singing nellie put your belly close to mine'.....sixty years ago if my memory serves me well!


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST
Date: 01 Aug 04 - 08:13 PM

"Hairs on her belly like the prickles on a vine" sounds surprisingly like the American Air Force classic, "Mary Ann Burns," which includes the lines, "She's a great big son of a bitch twice the size of me, hair on her belly like the branches of a tree."


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: John M.
Date: 31 Dec 05 - 04:28 PM

This is known as "The Flounder Song" or "Who Slapped Annie in the Fanny with the Flounder". It was probably a novelty song which partially entered oral tradition.   Larry Vincent recorded a version in 1949. Listen here:

   66B - The Flounder Song - Larry Vincent

Yours,

John Mehlberg
~
My website: www.immortalia.com



.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 02 Jan 06 - 12:53 AM

For what it's worth, here's my transcription of the mp3 file that John Mehlberg provided:

SPOKEN: A lady has been insulted by a man. It's a shame. Can you tell me the scoundrel that's to blame?

SUNG: Now, who slapped Annie in the fanny with a flounder?
Who slapped Annie with a big flat fish?
Who slapped Annie in the fanny with a flounder?
Was fillet of sole was her favorite dish.

Now, Annie went shoppin', shoppin' for her dinner,
A nice fresh fish for the fam'ly to enjoy.
She'd never been to market; she was only a be-[ginner?]...


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST,Mike
Date: 16 Feb 06 - 10:00 AM

We used to sing a different version and tune when I was in Boy Scouts back in the '70s:

Who hit Nellie in the belly with the flounder?
Who ever did it did astound her.
"My word" Nellie said, "Put that fish back,
We can't eat it thats a fact."

Look at that fish all cold and dead,
Eyes about to pop out from it's head
...

I can't remember the lines to finish it out with the tune (or maybe we never knew them...).


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST, UBK
Date: 09 Feb 08 - 01:47 AM

The lines :- A lady has been insulted by a man. It's a shame, can you tell me the scoudrel that's to blame.
All the girl's in France, do the Hokey Cokey dance....... Has reminded me that it was sung by MAX MILLER 'The Cheeky Chappy' a British Music Hall artist at the Chatham Hippodrome in 1944. Will now search M.M.
            Elementary my dear Watson.
                                       Yours, S.H.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Joe Offer
Date: 09 Feb 08 - 03:20 AM

So, do we have the complete song, or still just fragments? Could it be that this is our absolute oldest unanswered request? Thread #160!!! Now, that's old.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flou
From: GUEST
Date: 08 Mar 08 - 08:44 PM

Who slapped Nelly in the belly with a flounder?
That wasn't very nice to do!
Who slapped Nelly in the belly with a flounder,
Was it him, or was it her, or you?

Who slapped Nelly's belly, that's the thing I want to know.
Admit it, if you did it, or your nose will start to grow, oh!
Who slapped Nelly's belly?
Who slapped Nelly in the belly with a flounder,
Who slapped Nelly's belly?
Who slapped Nelly in the belly with a flounder.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flou
From: GUEST,Dave
Date: 09 Jan 09 - 01:26 AM

Now when I was studying linguistics in college, one of my professors mentioned the song "Who Hit Anny On The Fanny With A Flounder" and how it'd been translated to French, but "Qui a frappé Annie sur la derrière avec la sole?" didn't have the same ring because the "Anny-fanny" rhyme was lost.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 10 Jan 09 - 04:33 PM

I went Googling for "nelly in the belly"—also "nellie in the belly"—and found the following variations.
(None of the sites where I found these quotes cited any sources.):


Oh, the cow kicked Nellie in the belly in the barn.
The Doctor said it wouldn't do her any harm.

The cow kicked Nellie in the belly last night,
And the doctor said she'd be alright.

The cow kicked Nellie in the belly in the barn,
And one more drink won't do us no harm.

Who hit Nellie in the belly with the jelly
And put her in hell of a jam?

You don't kick Nellie in the belly in the barn.
The poor old cow ain't done any harm.

Who hit Nelly in the belly with a flounder?
Who's gonna answer to her mom and dad?
Nelly says her belly's stinky smelly from that fish.
Grandpa claims it's all too brisk.
So who hit Nelly in the belly with a flounder
Down at the dock in Wildwood Bay?
That kid should be careful next time,
Catching that fish, swinging that line,
Cos Nelly's little belly might be in the way.

*

There might be more out there; I got tired of looking.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST
Date: 18 Nov 10 - 10:10 PM

I've heard my unce use "who hit Nellie in the belly with a meatball"...


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST,Ed
Date: 19 Nov 10 - 08:46 AM

This is a link to a compilation which contains a version of "who hit Nellie in the belly with a flounder". It doesn't detail the Author.
Click on the title (No 11) and it will play.

http://www.onthewaytocapemay.com/default.asp?Page=samples2.html


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 22 Nov 10 - 01:49 PM

Well, lo and behold! The US Catalog of Copyright Entries lists a song called WHO HIT NELLIE IN THE BELLY WITH A FISH; words & music by C. E. Sundin & Bobby Leahy. Copyright Mar. 28, 1942.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST
Date: 19 Jan 11 - 03:10 PM

Funny... My dad used to say "...with a meatball" too.


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Subject: Lyr Add: WHO SLAPPED ANNIE ON THE FANNY WITH A...
From: GUEST,Chris Cochems
Date: 01 Apr 11 - 05:36 AM

"Who Slapped Annie in the Fanny with a Flounder" is the original tune recorded in 1940 by the Three Old Roosters. The flip side is, "She has the Biggest Kanakas in Hawaii." It was bowdlerized to "Nelly in the Belly" for the English and Australian market, where fanny is a much more intimate piece of anatomy. Lyrics below. I would love the chords to this.


WHO SLAPPED ANNIE (ON THE FANNY WITH A FLOUNDER)
As sung by The Three Old Roosters, 1940

Ladies and gentlemen, may we please have your attention?
An act has been committed quite too dastardly to mention.
Now something must be done at once or chivalry is dead.
That's why were here; now we'll bring this matter to a head.
A lady's been insulted by a man. Fie, fie, for shame!
Has anybody seen the dirty rat who is to blame?

Oh, who slapped Annie in the fanny with a flounder?
Who slapped Annie with a big flat fish?
Who slapped Annie? Can they catch the dirty bounder?
And fillet of sole was Annie's favorite dish.

You see little Annie went a-shopping for her dinner,
A nice fresh fish for the family to enjoy.
She'd never been to market; she was only a beginner,
But Annie had a crush on the handsome butcher boy.

Oh, who slapped Annie in the fanny with a flounder?
It might have been a halibut, a pickerel, or a bass.
Who slapped Annie? Was the gentleman a rounder?
He had to use a flounder on this lovely little lass.

Annie wasn't looking; she was tying up her shoelace,
All doubled up at 45 degrees,
When suddenly it happened; something hit her in a new place.
And she went on her ear just as pretty as you please.

Oh, who slapped Annie in the fanny with a flounder?
It's the darnedest thing that happened since the Johnstown flood.
Who slapped Annie? Can they catch the rat that found her,
The guy who dragged poor Annie's aspirations in the mud?

We just heard a rumor that the guy who slapped poor Annie
Was none other than the handsome butcher lad.
He saw her bending over; his reaction was uncanny.
His reaction was uncanny but his aim it wasn't bad.

Now they are married and they're living in the city,
Which just goes to prove how little things will come to pass.
That brings us to the ending of this odd little ditty
'Bout the butcher boy, the flounder, and the lovely little lass.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST,Doug Saum
Date: 01 Apr 11 - 01:39 PM

For what it's worth, my American father used to say "Who hit Nellie in the belly with a jar of jelly and got in a jam?" I have a vague memory of hearing the same line from Groucho in a Marx Brothers movie.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST
Date: 06 Aug 11 - 02:25 AM

She was born in the west
She's got hair upon her chest
Oh nelly put your belly close to mine

She could fight, fuck, drive a truck and drink a barrell of wine,
Oh nelly put your belly close to mine

She's got hair on her box like the whiskers on a fox,
Oh nelly put your belly close to mine


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Joe Offer
Date: 06 Aug 11 - 03:03 AM

I'm not sure what "nelly put your belly close to mine" has to do with hitting "nellie in the belly with a flounder," but it's kinda nice to see this thread again, started in the second month of the history of Mudcat. The thread was started in November, 1996; and it took until April, 2011 to get a really good answer.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: wimpee3
Date: 06 Aug 11 - 09:56 AM

hmmm, when i learned i some 65 years ago, it was a "two pound flounder".


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: GUEST,Lighter
Date: 06 Aug 11 - 10:50 PM

Guest's verses sound like a relative or antecedent of "Roll Me Over in the Clover."

But the important thing is that I suddenly recognized the similarity of the "Roll Me Over" tune to that of the rather more staid "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder" (J. M. Black, ca1894).

In fact, they couldn't be a whole lot closer.

Sorry for the drift....


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 08 Aug 11 - 09:48 AM

You can hear a recording of WHO SLAPPED ANNIE...? at YouTube.

The "video" consists of a close-up of the record label. The spelling and punctuation of the title are not what you'd expect. It says:

GENERAL
1720-A
(R-3323 A)

WHO SLAPPED ANNIE ON
THE FANNIE

(With a Flounder)

THE THREE OLD ROOSTERS
(Miller-Glazer & Adams)

GENERAL RECORDS Div, Consolidated Records Inc., N.Y.C.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Joe Offer
Date: 09 Aug 11 - 12:42 AM

So, if the performers are listed as "Miller-Glazer & Adams" - is "Glazer " Tom or Joe Glazer?

-Joe-


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req:Who Hit Nelly in the Belly with a Flounder
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 09 Aug 11 - 10:45 AM

I did some more Googling, and found that the Three Old Roosters were actually Jim Miller, Al Glaser [note spelling] and Johnny Adams.

(So, if my source is to be believed, that means the record label was misspelled.)

Other songs recorded by Three Old Roosters:

The Hussy from Bagdad
Nancy's Lost It (That Clear Light in Her Eyes)
Biggest Kanakas in Hawaii
Minnie Loves Lavender in Her Drawers
You Can't Sleep With Women
The Crooner (Boo, Boo, Boo)
She Was a Good Kid When She Had It

This information is from The Blue Pages: The Encyclopedic Guide to 78RPM Party Records


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