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Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door

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Subject: outhouse door lyrics
From: GUEST
Date: 13 Dec 00 - 09:48 PM

Anyone know the lyrics to "Swinging on the Outhouse Door"?


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: rabbitrunning
Date: 13 Dec 00 - 11:52 PM

Hmm. Well there's an outhouse website out there...

And there's a thread with one message with that line in it. I also saw a reference to a country western song. Got any other lyrics to try to work with?


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: Joe Offer
Date: 14 Dec 00 - 01:08 AM

Well, I doubt that's there's a "definitive" version. The way I learned it in Wisconsin in the late 1950's was:
And then there's Grandma,
Swingin' on the outhouse door,
Without her nightie,
And Grandpa yellin', "More, More, More!!!"
And there you have it.

-Joe Offer, Wisconsinite in exile in California-
Click here for another version.


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: NightWing
Date: 14 Dec 00 - 05:34 PM

Here's the way I learned it in Colorado:

And then there's Grandma
Swingin' on the outhouse door
Without her nightie
Swingin' in the cool night air
And then there's Grandpa
Tellin' her to swing some more

*shrug*

BB,
NightWing


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: Gary T
Date: 15 Dec 00 - 09:40 AM

Refresh, to help the a


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: Gary T
Date: 15 Dec 00 - 09:56 AM

That was going to be "to help the asker find it," then I thought I'd try to find his name (it was John), but hit "Submit" instead of "Clear", and ARGHHHH!


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: GUEST,John
Date: 15 Dec 00 - 07:57 PM

Thanks, folks. Believe it or not, I needed it to use in a eulogy. All I knew was the big (repeated) finish (think "jadda jadda jing jing jing" over and over)
Swinging on the outhouse door
(Without her nighty)
Swinging on the outhouse door
(She charged admission)
Swinging on the outhouse door
(That is the last time)
Swinging on the outhouse door
(Ha ha I fooled you)
Swinging on the outhouse Do-o-o-o-r!


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: GUEST,.gargoyle
Date: 14 Mar 03 - 09:54 AM

As long as we are gathering kindred minds on kid stuff-

Isn't granny and the outhouse door a "tag-line" to a longer and more detailed song? It could be ten dark nights but I thought it was more risque?

Sincerely,
Gargoyle


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: Joe Offer
Date: 14 Mar 03 - 11:08 AM

Well, Garg, somebody used it as a tag in this thread, but I don't remember hearing it that way as a kid.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: 'Swinging On The Outhouse Door' bawdy song lyrics
From: John M.
Date: 06 May 05 - 01:45 PM

This song seems to be a primarily a free floating bawdy tagline. See this google search.

Joe Offer, would you be willing to sing your version of the song for me? I am curious to see of the tune is the same for everyone.

Anyone who uses this as a *tagline* would you be willing to give me a ring and sing the song over the phone for folklore purposes?

If yes, you can reach me afternoons at 314.647.3883 or evenings 314.381.0492.

Any help is appreciated.

Yours,

John Mehlberg
~
My, mostly traditional, bawdy songs, toasts and recitations website: www.immortalia.com


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: Joe Offer
Date: 07 May 05 - 03:34 PM

Nice talking with you, John. I'd sure like to identify the tune for this tag. I'd guess it was a tune for tag used in vaudeville shows - with different lyrics.

Note how Mrzzy uses this tag in Vinter in the Valley Green.

I learned the tag in southeastern Wisconsin, probably at camp - but I can't remember if it was the Boy Scout camp I attended or the Catholic boys' camp where I worked. The Catholics paid better, so I turned down the opportunity to work at Boy Scout Camp. Too bad - I'm sure I would have finished those two merit badges and made Eagle Scout if I had accepted the Boy Scout job.

But anyhow, I don't recall the tag being connected to any particular song or occasion - if there was a lull, somebody might throw this in. By the end of the first line, everybody would join in.

-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 10 May 05 - 08:55 PM

Here's a camp song called (I'M A) JUVENILE DELINQUENT that has the "And then there's grandma, swinging on the outhouse door" ending. Unfortunately, I don't know the tune. Could it be I'M A YANKEE DOODLE DANDY?


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: Ferrara
Date: 10 May 05 - 09:43 PM

Another variant:

And there was Grandma,
swinging on the outhouse door
Without her nightie,
Singing on the outhouse door --
And there was grandpa,
Sweeping up the outhouse floor
With Grandma's nightie,
Sweeping up the outhouse floor.


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: GUEST,.gargoyle
Date: 11 May 05 - 12:35 AM

The tag-line....as I know it....is an American Burlesque/Vaudville style....something for sax or clarinet....a nice mellow wanging-twang.

However, my version has:
An there was grandpa
Cryin' more, More, MORE!
In his pajamas.

Sincerely,
Gargoyle


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Subject: RE: outhouse door lyrics
From: GUEST,D John
Date: 18 Oct 06 - 12:06 AM

The version I heard was:

I'm a juvenile delinquent
I roam the streets from one to four.
I drink and smoke with other kids in town
waiting for my pickup to come.
I'm a juvenile delinquent,

My mother hates me, my daddy beats me,
as for my granny,
Swingin' on the outhouse door,
as if she owned it,
Swingin' on the outhouse door,
without her nighty,
Swingin' on the outhouse door.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 03 Jan 08 - 08:21 PM

(Michigan) We used to insert a name of someone (in the 1960s) and go around the circle of girl friends:

Rita...
Swinging on the outhouse door
Without her nighty
What the heck's a nighty for?
To hide her hidey
What the heck's a hidey for?
Go ask your momma!

Then the next name would be inserted and the song would repeat.

K


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: Melissa
Date: 03 Jan 08 - 08:29 PM

We prefaced the granny tag with a song called "Nanny's Bloomers".
I wish we'd known about grandpa yelling for more..we would have liked that part.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,TJ in San Diego
Date: 04 Jan 08 - 11:28 AM

Owing to the power of free association, and for no other apparent reason, this thread brings to mind another Grandpa/Grandma ditty:

    "Caviar comes from the virgin sturgeon,
      The virgin sturgeon's a very rare fish.
      The virgin sturgeon needs no urgin',
      That's why caviar is my dish!

      I fed caviar to my Grandpa,
      He's a man of ninety-three.
      The virgin sturgeon needs no urgin',
      He chased Grandma up a tree!"


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,GUEST
Date: 26 May 08 - 10:29 AM

I learned these lyrics in the 1950's

"And there was Granny
Swinging on the outhouse door
without her nightie
'Coz she had pajamas on"

But this was always stuck on the end of

"Twas a cold winters evening
The guests were all leaving
OLeary was the closing the bar
When he turned to the lady in red and said
Get out you can't stay anymore

She shed a sad tear
In her bucket of beer
As she thought of the cold night ahead
When a gentleman dapper
Stepped out of the crapper
And these are the wordsthat he said

Her mother never told her
The things a young girl shoud know
About the ways of college men
The way they come and go
Mostly go

Now age has taken her beauty
And sin has left its sad scar
So remember you mothers and sisters boys
And let her sleep under the bar

Between the puddles!

And there was Granny
Swinging on the outhouse door
without her nightie
'Coz she had pajamas on"


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,iancarterb
Date: 26 May 08 - 11:22 PM

We sang on the school bus, between 1946 and 1954, a medley of A Man Without a Woman and Silver Dollar- a remarkable educational adjunct, I think, since I was able to learn unconsciously from the 7th and 8th graders, as a first grader and onward, the songs, harmony singing and even improv!- but the relationship to the thread is that Grandma swung on that outhouse door as the tag to Silver Dollar.
...The way a silver dollar goes from hand to hand
So a woman goes from man to man,
And there was Grandma...
I remember hearing it tagged to other songs as a young teenager, but I don't temember what.
Carter


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 05 Feb 09 - 08:23 PM

I remember this version

and there was Granny, swinging on the outhouse door, without her nighty, waiting for the garbage man, who was a playboy to take her to the playboy house to be a bunny, baby could you ask for more?????

ten dollars please.....

will that be cash or chargex... ccchhhh ccchhhhh dddoooo ddoooo dodooo do


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,Guest
Date: 17 Apr 09 - 09:27 AM

I remember this rhyme, although we did it slightly differently in the 70's. There was a beginning to it (lord knows if I can remember it) but the grandma part went like this:

"...And there was grandma, swinging on the outhouse door
without her nightie, waiting for the garbage man, who was a playboy,
to take her to the playboy club to be a bunny, baby can you ask for more..2 dollars please"


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 14 Sep 09 - 09:03 PM

Well, my version seems particularly odd and obviously incorrect, but this is how we sang it as kids in the early 1960s:
    And there's Aunt Alice
    Swingin' on the old back gate
    Without her nightie
    Waitin' for the garbage man.

Hmmmm.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 07 Oct 09 - 11:19 AM

I remember the garbage man version too. But what came before "and there was grandma..."? How does the song start? I learned it in brownies/guides.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: Joe Offer
Date: 08 Oct 09 - 10:43 AM

That's the thing - it's a tag, not a song. It can be added to any number of songs, like the tags at the end of Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor:
    On the bedpost over...
    Y'know that I love and I wanna hold you tight
    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday night.

    On the bedpost over...
    A dollar is a dollar and a dime is a dime.
    I'd sing another chorus but I haven't got the time.

    On the bedpost over - night.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 23 Nov 09 - 01:56 PM

And there was grandma
Swinging on the outhouse door
without her nighty (nighty!)
And there was grandpa
Wishing he could swing once more
But he was eighty (eighty!)
Couldn't get it up no more (without viagra!)


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)
Date: 24 Nov 09 - 07:31 AM

On the school bus in the mid-70s we sang:
And there was (insert embarrassed female classmate's name here)
Swinging on the outhouse door
Without her nighty
Waiting for the garbage man
Whose name was (insert embarrassed male classmate's name here).

It was an effective way to torture the dorkier and less popular kids, as well as pick on each other. I was so dorky and unpopular I never got mentioned!


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 29 Mar 10 - 03:31 PM

Our version was always a tag to "Mrs. Bliss":

Oh Mrs. Bliss,
went out to pi....ck some flowers,
and in the grass, she wet her a.....nkles to her knees.
And in the coop, she let a po....or old chicken die,
and in the cart, she let a far....mer pass her by.

Or as a tag to:

Just a boy and a girl, in a little canoe,
and the moon was shining all around.
Well they talked and they talked 'til the moon it went in,
and he said you better kiss me or get out and swim,
So you know what to do in a little canoe,
when the moon is shining all-a,
the moon is shining all-a,
the moon is shining all-around.
GET OUT AND SWIM!

What the heck, stay in and neck,
for an hour or two,

And there was Granny, swinging on the outhouse door,
without her nightie, waiting for the boy next door
who was a playboy, eating creamy caramels from Kraft.
And there was Grampa, swinging on the outhouse door,
without his jammies, waiting for the girl next door
(then sing slowly and campy)
who was a stripper,
eating those creamy, creamy, creamy,
Lord, oh those creamy, creamy, caramels from Kraft.


Anyway, I just couldn't resist putting my two cents in! lol


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 24 May 10 - 09:34 AM

the farmer and the maiden
were courtin mighty fair
down by the river and they didn't know where
well the farmer he was bashful and the maiden she was shy
when he asked her if he could kiss her this was her reply
you can do it if you wanna but you better do it right
you better not do it like you did the other night
for if you do i'm tellin you i'll never let you do it again
and there was granny swinging on the outhouse door....
witout her nighty waiting for the garbage man
who was a play boy....

(I don't know the rest but it did have this line it) "a kiss and a squeeze, ten dollars please"

I might not have the right words, for all the lines but it went something like that, my best friend went to brownies and taught it to me 20 some odd years ago!


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 23 Aug 10 - 02:39 PM

This song always capped for the California Drinking Song for us back in the day. Don't know why, that's just how it was.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,Seonaid
Date: 23 Aug 10 - 03:59 PM

Well, here's how we sang it at the Fox Inn years ago, as a tag to whatever other goofy thing Bill was hollering:

And there was Grandma,
Swingin' on the outhouse door
Without her nightie,
And Grandpa yellin' "More, more, more!"
Until the hinge broke...
Now Grandma...
Ain't a swinger...
Any mo-o-o-o-ore.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 18 Jun 11 - 08:31 PM

The way I heard the song goes like this:

And then there's Grandma,
Swingin on the outhouse door:
She's in her nightie!
Swingin on the outhouse door:
She'll get a splinter!
Swingin on the outhouse door:
And then there's Grandpa,
Sayin more more more!

It might just be the version my generation has come up with but I find it rather amusing =)


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,Sandy
Date: 28 Sep 12 - 01:19 PM

In the 1960s in Massachusetts, we hooked it up with, "I Wanna Man",and it went like this: I wanna man, I wanna man, I wanna mansion in the sky. I wanna neck, I wanna neck, I wanna necktie for my guy. And when the dam, dam, dam, dam, damage is done, Home to mother I will run, with my child, with my child, with my childhood memories. And there was granny, swingin' on the outhouse door. Without her nighty. Waitin' for the garbage man. He had her nighty. Wrapped up in a cellophane bag.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,999
Date: 28 Sep 12 - 01:47 PM

I want a man, I want a man
I want a mansion in the sky
I want a neck, I want a neck
I want a necktie for my guy
I want a pet, I want a pet
I want a petticoat that's red
And when the damn, damn, damn, damn
Damage is done
I'm gonna go back where I started from
I want a child, I want a child
I want a childhood over again

Remember granny swinging on the outhouse door
Without her nighty
And grandpa yelling more, more, more


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,Guest
Date: 09 Oct 12 - 12:11 PM

Nobody's got it right yet. This is how I learned it:

Oh the farmer and the maiden they were courtin' pretty fair.
Out behind the barn they didn't know that I was there.
The farmer he was bashful and the maiden she was shy
And when he asked her if he could, this was her reply

You can do it if you want to but you've got to do it right
You better not do it like you did the other night
Cause if you do well I'm a tellin' you
I'll never let you do it again

I mean the laundry

I'll never let you do it again

And there was granny
Swingin' on the outhouse door
Without a shirt on
Brother - could you ask for more?
Two dollars please.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,booga
Date: 12 Nov 12 - 08:22 PM

The one I always knew was:

"And there was grandma,
swingin on the out house door
Without her nightie
Waitin for the garbage man
Who was her lover
Chewing chewy caramels for fun!


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 22 Feb 13 - 12:50 AM

The name of the song is Juvenile Delinquent. I called my sister, a former girl scout. Surprisingly she had a copy of the songs they used to sing at camp.

Juvenile Delinquent

Oh, I'm a juvenile delinquent
I roam the streets 'til two a.m.
I drink with all the sailors
And I smoke with all the bums
I wait on the corner 'til my pickup comes
Oh, I'm a juvenile delinquent
And I don't wanna go home
My mama hates me - I don't wanna go home
My daddy hates me - I don't wanna go home
And then there's grandma, swingin' on the outhouse door
She lost her nightie, swingin' on the outhouse door
Now here comes grandpa, swingin' on the outhouse door
He found her nightie, swingin' on the outhouse door
He really likes her, swingin' on the outhouse door
This is the last time, swingin' on the outhouse door
Ha Ha I fooled ya, swingin' on the outhouse door
Boom Boom


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 28 Feb 15 - 09:01 PM

I heard this song in the late 80s. Can't remember all the words but this is what I can remember. "Oh I'm a juvenile delinquent a marijuana do or die. I drink with sailors and I neck with bums. Sit in the corner til my pick up comes. And there was grandma swinging from the outhouse door without her panties and there was grandpa seeing what he never saw before. A rippa dippa dippa my mother is a stripper . That's why I love youuuuu!!!


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST
Date: 19 Dec 15 - 10:04 PM

I'm curious about the Kraft reference. I learned this in Girl Guide Camp in the mid '70's in Ontario, Canada. We sang,
"And there was granny,
Swinging on the outhouse door,
Without her nightie,
Waiting for the garbageman,
Who was a playboy,
Eating softee toffee from Kraaaaaaft."


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,Guest
Date: 09 Apr 17 - 12:53 PM

The version I remember was from the 60's and it was a tag line to all those goofy songs we sang on the bus going to basketball games.

"And then there's Granny...
Swing in' on the outhouse door,
without her nightie...
We ain't going home no more!

I wish I could explain the tune itself. Goofy song tag, but fun to use and rather "naughty" back in those innocent days of seventh and eighth grades. This was also in Wisconsin by the way.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,Darwin
Date: 27 Apr 17 - 12:31 AM

Here's a version I recorded...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzz1AZdj1LM


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Swinging on the Outhouse Door
From: GUEST,James Nesbitt
Date: 20 Jun 17 - 10:28 AM

Here the version I learned in 1970.

We are juvenile delinquents,
We can't go ho-me any more.
We drink with the sailors,
And eat with the bums.
We sit on the corner
til the pickup comes.
We are junvenile delinquents,
we can't go ho-me any more...

(and then there's Granny...)


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