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GUEST,PB Lyr Req: The Loudenboomer Bird (Rosemary Clooney) (64* d) RE: Lyr Req: Eine Kleine Fliegel Flugel Bird 27 Sep 09


Have been singing this song (on rare occasions) 50years (ish) - sang it last night with a challenge to the DJ and audience to source it and the singers of it 'cause I can't remember I think I learned it from a single we had but not sure. My version..



Early in the Morning (Early in the Morning)
Whilst I'm still asleep (Whilst I'm still asleep)
Comes a little Chirping (Comes a little Chirping)
Comes a Little Cheep (Comes a little Cheep)
From a tiny birdie (from a tiny birdie)
With a funny name (With a funny name)

it's the (phonetic)

Ina Klina Fleagul floogal oxenbecken and begul boogal
Earhole splittin larsen bloomer bird

He wakes me in the middle of my dreaming, dreaming of the one I love
Smack in the middle of my kissing, kissing the one that I'm dreaming of

Gonna get some bird seed (gonna get some bird seed)
For my windowsill (for my windowsill)
Just to keep him busy (just to keep him busy)
Just to keep him still (just to keep him still)
Although I love his singing (although I love his singing)
I love my honey more (I love my honey more)

Than the,

Ina Klina Fleagul floogal oxenbecken and begul boogal
Earhole splittin larsen bloomer bird

----- one day the answers may reveal themselves -----


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