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Toodle Doo

This song is by Alec Johnson and appears on the split compilation album Mississippi String Bands (1928-1936) (1989) by various artists.

I knowed a gal, she was a musician, she played a saxyphone
The story I'm gon' tell, is confidential, she wouldn't let the boys alone
She knowed one song, that's all she could blow, listen, I'll tell you how it goes

She'd toodle-ooh, toodle-ooh, toodle-oodle-oodle-oodle-ooh
She'd toodle-ooh, she'd toodle-ooh, toodle-ooh's all she could do
Now, all the boys in the neighborhood, crazy about her 'cause she toodle-ooed good
She'd toodle-ooh, she'd toodle-ooh, she'd toodle-oodle-oodle-oodle-ooh

She'd toodle-ooh, she'd toodle-ooh, she'd toodle-oodle-oodle-oodle-ooh
She'd toodle-ooh, toodle-ooh, toodle-ooh's all she could do
Now, she laid down and died, never heard of such, the doctor told her mama she toodle-ooed too much
She'd toodle-ooh, she'd toodle-ooh, she toodle-oodle-oodle-oodle-ooh

She'd toodle-ooh, she'd toodle-ooh, she toodle-oodle-oodle-oodle-ooh
She'd toodle-ooh, toodle-ooh, toodle-ooh's all she could do
Now, she stopped on a bridge, to tie up her shoe, the plank, it broke, toodle-oodle-ooh
She'd toodle-ooh, toodle-ooh, toodle-oodle-oodle-oodle-ooh

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