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It's in the Book
It's in the Book

Abbott and Costello
Who's on First?

Andy Griffith
Andy Learns about Football

Stan Freeberg - St. George and the Dragonet
Stan Freberg
St. George & the Dragonet


Frankenstein Monster
Bobby 'Boris' Pickett
The Monster Mash


Jerry Colonna
Jerry Colonna
Cow Pasture Polka
Ebbtide
I Love You
Why Oh Why
You're My Everything

Smoke, Smoke, Smoke that Cigarette!
Tex Williams

Open the Door, Richard!
Unnamed Singer & Musical Group (Louis Jordan?)

A Boy Named Sue    Johnny Cash

One Piece at a Time Cadillac   Johnny Cash

Itsi Bitsi Teeny Weeny Yellow Polkadot Bikini
Brian Hyland

The Winner   Bobby Bare
Pussycat   Asylum Street Spankers
Purple People Eater   Sheb Wooley
Witch Doctor   David Seville
One Meat Ball   Andrew Sisters
Rum and Coca Cola   Andrew Sisters
They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha Ha!   Napoleon XIV (aka Jerry Samuels)
The Little Blue Man   Betty Johnson
Tiptoe Through the Tulips   Tiny Tim
Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight?   Lonnie Donegan
Sweet Thing   Ernest Tubb & Loretta Lynn
Y M C A   Village People
Convoy   C W McCall
Wolf Creek Pass   C W McCall
The Auctioneer   Leroy VanDyke
Mississippi Squirrel Revival   Ray Stevens
Vasectomy   The Limeliters
Tim Tayshun (Temptation)    Red Ingle & Jo Stafford
Harper Valley PTA   Jeannie C Riley
He Wore Black Denim Trousers (The Terror of Highway 101)   The Cheers
Splish Splash   Bobby Darin
Splish Splash   Roberto Carlos (in Portuguese)
The Lord Knows I'm Drinkin'   Cal Smith
Somewhere Between Lust and Sitting Home Watching TV   Cal Smith
Lord, It's Hard to Be Humble   Mac Davis
Put Another Log on the Fire   Tompall Glaser
Dead Skunk in the Middle of the Road   Loudon Wainwright
The Green Door   Jim Lowe
Flowers on the Wall   Statler Brothers
Dueling Banjoes   Homer & Jethro
How Much Is That Hound Dog in the Winder?   Homer & Jethro
Hello, Mudduh - Hello, Fadduh      Allen Sherman

Allen Sherman put some funny lyrics to the "Dance of the Hours" ballet music.
If Dance of the Hours doesn't ring a bell, think of the alligators and hippos
in Disney's Fantasia dancing to music from Ponchielli's opera La Giocanda.

OK - here's an even zanier version of Dance of the Hours -
done by Spike Jones...
Spike Jones Spike Jones' Dance of the Hours

More Musical Madness by Spike Jones & his City Slickers...
Barney Google       My Old Flame       William Tell Overture Finale      
You Always Hurt the One You Love       Cocktails for Two      
Chloe       The Sheik of Araby


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Instructions for Downloading Songs from These Pages
If you have a Windows PC and Windows Media Player or the VLC Media Player
you should have no problems downloading songs from these pages.
However, If other media players have been installed on your PC
(such as RealPlayer, Rhapsody, QuickTime, MusicMatch Jukebox, WinAmp or iTunes)
you may have a variety of problems downloading and/or playing the music.

  1. These songs can be downloaded via Internet Explorer by right-clicking the song's title and left-clicking Save Target As. (Firefox and Chrome users will left-click Save Link As).
  2. This will display the name of the song, its three letter extension (such as .mp3, .wav, .wma, or .mid) and the name of the folder into which it will be saved (usually your My Music or Music folder, which is inside your My Documents or Documents folder).
  3. If you do a single left-click on a song, it should open up in Windows Media Player and begin to play. On some computers, left-clicking a song will display a box with the song's name along with a PLAY or SAVE option. Clicking SAVE, will download the song to your PC as described above.

    What you should know about various media players:

  4. Windows Media Player comes with all recent versions of Windows and the VLC Media Player is a free download from: www.videolan.org.
  5. Both players work seamlessly with most of the popular digital audio/video formats (such as MP3, WMA, WAV, MID, ASF, MPG, and WMV). The VLC Player will also play many QuickTime files (with the .MOV extension) and RealPlayer files (with extensions such as RA and RAM).
  6. If you don't see the 3-letter filename extensions, click here for instructions on how to make them show.
  7. Some formats will also play on the RealPlayer Media Player and the QuickTime Media Player. However, these players tend to be very intrusive and many try to disable Window Media Player, along with steering you to web sites that want to sell you something — usually songs, albums, and upgrades to their media players.
  8. Unless you have some very compelling reason for using any player other than Windows Media Player or the VLC Media Player, I would recommend uninstalling it and re-activating Windows Media Player or the VLC Media Player.
  9. To uninstall a media player, click on Start>Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs. When you find the name of the player you want to remove, click on its name and choose Change/Remove. You'll be asked if you're sure you want to uninstall the program. Click Yes.
  10. Unfortunately, deleting a media player does not guarantee the program won't plague you in other ways. Its name may still be listed in your Startup Menu.
  11. Fix this by clicking Start>Run and typing msconfig into the field that appears. Click OK. In the window that opens click on the Startup tab (last one on the right).
  12. If the errant media player's name appears on the list, deselect the check box and click OK. If you are told you should restart your PC, click OK.


  13. Click here for more useful information about msconfig.

  14. The reason songs sometimes work with one media player — and not another — is that their filename extensions (such as WMP) have been told to "associate" with one particular player.
  15. When you bought your Windows computer it came with Windows Media Player, and all the various music/video extensions were associated with WMP. If a different player is later installed (such as, say, QuickTime) you are asked which extensions you want associated with QuickTime. Most people click ALL, since they often don't understand the question and will do whatever is recommended by the player being installed.
  16. If you subsequently uninstall QuickTime, all your media filename extensions will continue looking for QuickTime, since they've not been told to return to their WMP status.
  17. Windows XP users can fix this by launching Windows Media Player 10 and clicking the little down-arrow (inverted pyramid) in the upper right corner. Then click Tools>Options>File Types. Click Select All to switch all media filename extensions back to WMP.
  18. Another option available to WinXP users is to right-click any song found on their hard drive (most are likely to be in the My Music folder). Then click Open With. Next click Choose Program, followed by clicking Windows Media Player. Finally, click Always Use the Selected Program to Open this Kind of File.
  19. If a song chosen in the above example was an WMA, all of your WMAs will now play via Windows Media Player when clicked. However, all your MID, MP 3, and WMV files will still be looking for QuickTime. The "Open With" procedure needs to be done with each music or video format.
  20. If you have a pre-XP version of Windows, it's best to uninstall Windows Media Player altogether and then install Windows Media Player 9, which can be downloaded from www.download.com.
D I S C L A I M E R

I am occasionally asked if it's legal to download songs found on various sites such as this one.
Well, I'm neither a lawyer nor a technician, and I've begun to wonder if it was legal for us
to tape music off the radio back when tape recorders first came into existence.
And were we committing a crime when we recorded a movie shown on TV with our VCRs?
And was it really legal to buy a dual-deck audio recorder for the express purpose of duplicating cassettes?
My answer to all of the above is, "I don't know."
Nonetheless, here is a statement in sort of a legalese that appears to apply to this kind of file availability:
The songs on this site are compressed to a bit-rate ratio
lower than the ratio used in commercial music files.
Also, these songs are copyrighted by their respective artists
and are placed here for evaluation purposes only.

Please support the artists you like by buying their commercial CDs and downloads.

Questions or comments can be sent to Mary Hanson at: ComputerTutorTeam@gmail.com.

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