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Lyr Req: Angeline, Would You Like to Dance Again

NEWFOUNDLANDER 11 Mar 98 - 05:58 PM
Laurie 11 Mar 98 - 07:07 PM
Barry Finn 12 Mar 98 - 12:46 AM
Bill in Alabama 12 Mar 98 - 06:08 AM
NEWFOUNDLANDER 12 Mar 98 - 09:04 AM
NEWFOUNDLANDER 12 Mar 98 - 07:00 PM
Richard 12 Mar 98 - 08:26 PM
Bill in Alabama 13 Mar 98 - 07:37 AM
NEWFOUNDLANDER 13 Mar 98 - 01:23 PM
NEWFOUNDLANDER 17 Mar 98 - 09:57 AM
Newfoundlander 01 Apr 98 - 04:55 PM
Marc in Quebec 19 Dec 98 - 07:47 PM
Allan . 20 Dec 98 - 10:17 AM
Joe Offer 20 Dec 98 - 08:41 PM
John in Brisbane 21 Dec 98 - 01:47 AM
GUEST,Frank Keane in Ireland 07 Mar 05 - 06:55 PM
Jim Dixon 10 Mar 05 - 12:36 AM
GUEST,Brian in Ireland 05 Jan 08 - 08:52 AM
Waddon Pete 06 Jan 08 - 03:37 PM
GUEST,Thanks 08 Jul 08 - 09:36 PM
GUEST,Darragh 24 Jul 08 - 08:22 AM
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Subject: ANGELINE
From: NEWFOUNDLANDER
Date: 11 Mar 98 - 05:58 PM

I'm looking for a song I don't know the title of. some of the lines were I WON'T LOOK AT YOUR FINGER, IF YOU WON'T LOOK AT MINE. ANGELINE WOULD YOU LIKE TO DANCE AGAIN


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: Laurie
Date: 11 Mar 98 - 07:07 PM

Pretty well-known song though I've never seen those lines in it: Angeline the Baker

Oh she cain't do the baking Because she is too stout ..... And throw the coffee out

Angeline the baker Lives on the Village Green And the way that I love her Beats all to be seen...

I heard it on Folk Legacy Records Five Days Singing.


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: Barry Finn
Date: 12 Mar 98 - 12:46 AM

For Angelinea Baker go into the database, which doesn't credit anyone for it, I could swear it's from Stephen Foster, can some one set me strait on that? Barry


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: Bill in Alabama
Date: 12 Mar 98 - 06:08 AM

Barry, you're right; Angeline [the] Baker is a Stephen Foster piece.


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: NEWFOUNDLANDER
Date: 12 Mar 98 - 09:04 AM

Thanks Folks, but that's not the song I'm looking for. I heard the song I'm looking for about 30 years ago and the person I heard sing it died about 15 years ago. I recall that the chorus went something like this. Angeline would you like to dance again. I may not be the best, but I'll do the best I can.


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: NEWFOUNDLANDER
Date: 12 Mar 98 - 07:00 PM

My wife remembered another couple of lines. I'll gladly change a dollar for the Jukebox, for a song. Angeline would you like to dance again. Another line was. I'm not gonna ask if your married or not. I don't think it's necessary at all. I won't look at your finger if you won't look at mine. Angeline would you like to dance again.


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: Richard
Date: 12 Mar 98 - 08:26 PM

Could it be the Evangeline song? I think I know the one you mean but it is far back and vague

Richard


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: Bill in Alabama
Date: 13 Mar 98 - 07:37 AM

NEWFOUNDLANDER:

There are 87 songs listed by BMI with the title Angeline, but there's only one titled "Angeline Would You Like To Dance." It was written by Ronnie Rogers and published by Southern Arts Music as well as Tree Publishing. I haven't yet found out who recorded it, when, or on what label. The information here isn't all that helpful, but at least we now know the title of the song for which we're looking.


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Subject: ANGELINE WOULD YOU LIKE TO DANCE
From: NEWFOUNDLANDER
Date: 13 Mar 98 - 01:23 PM

Decided to post a new tread. Thanks to Bill in Alabama we now have a full title to search for. ANGELINE WOULD YOU LIKE TO DANCE


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: NEWFOUNDLANDER
Date: 17 Mar 98 - 09:57 AM

Still searching. Thanks to Bill we may have the title. ANGELINE WOULD YOU LIKE TO DANCE


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: Newfoundlander
Date: 01 Apr 98 - 04:55 PM

I'm still searching for ANGELINE WOULD YOU LIKE TO DANCE, but to no avail. Somebody must have it.


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: Marc in Quebec
Date: 19 Dec 98 - 07:47 PM

Here's a great resource for finding songs as well as who recorded what : http://www.lyrics.ch/search.html Take it easy, Marc.


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: Allan .
Date: 20 Dec 98 - 10:17 AM

In Who Wrote That Song THere is a song listed as Angelina (THe waitress at THe Pizzeria) Sung by Dorris Fisher Louis Prima and his Orchestra.


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Subject: ADDPOP: Angelina (the waitress at the pizzeria)
From: Joe Offer
Date: 20 Dec 98 - 08:41 PM

Ah, what memories!
I eat antipasto twice
Just because she is so nice
Angelina.
Angelina, the waitress at the pizzeria.

I keep sippin' minestrone
Just to be with her alone
Angelina.
Angelina, the waitress at the pizzeria.

If she'll be-a
My cara mia
Then I'll join in matrimony
With a girl who serves spumoni
Angelina.
Angelina, the waitress at the pizzeria.
In case you didn't guess, that's the one Louis Prima sang. In the bridge in middle of the song, he slips into Italian, and I won't try to transcribe that part. Too bad it isn't the song that was requested. We'll have to go on lookin' for that one.
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: ANGELINE
From: John in Brisbane
Date: 21 Dec 98 - 01:47 AM

Even if it merely serves to eliminate another option, the Seekers had a song with lyrics something like "Angeline is always Friday .. (or Tuesday?).

Regards
John


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Subject: Lyr Add: ANGELINE WOULD YOU LIKE TO DANCE AGAIN
From: GUEST,Frank Keane in Ireland
Date: 07 Mar 05 - 06:55 PM

Hey Newfoundlander,

I suppose you've found it by now but just in case you haven't, I used to sing it in a country band one time. The name of it is simply "Angeline". Here goes with the words.

Here we are a dancin',
in a blue cosy light,
two total strangers all alone,
I'm not gonna ask if you're married or not,
I don't think it's necessary I should know,
I won't look at your finger,
Now don't you look at mine,
Let's keep all the questions to ourselves,
All we need to do is exchange our first names,
Angeline would you like to dance again.

Chorus:

Angeline, would you like to dance again,
I may not be the best,
but I'll be the best I can,
I'll gladly change my dollar,
order two songs from the band,
Angeline, would you like to dance again.


Here we are together, hours after dawn,
two total strangers yesterday,
I'm still not gonna ask if you're married or not,
cos it's too late to matter anyway,
I haven't looked at your finger,
Don't guess you've looked at mine,
We've kept all the questions to ourselves,
I don't even know your number,
but I'm always home by ten,
Angerline would you like to dance again.

Chorus,

Chorus,


There you go. Took a while and a country lovin' Irishman.


Frank


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Angeline, Would You Like to Dance Again
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 10 Mar 05 - 12:36 AM

According to the famous Czech LP Discography site, Ed Bruce recorded ANGELINE WOULD YOU LIKE TO DANCE AGAIN on his album "Cowboys and Dreamers," Epic LP KE-35541, 1978.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Angeline, Would You Like to Dance Aga
From: GUEST,Brian in Ireland
Date: 05 Jan 08 - 08:52 AM

I know this thread was started years ago, im late as usual lol, i love this song and the best version iv heard is by Brendan Quinn, you can search for him on the internet and buy his cds online.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Angeline, Would You Like to Dance Again
From: Waddon Pete
Date: 06 Jan 08 - 03:37 PM

Have a look here and scroll down!

Best wishes,

Peter


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Angeline, Would You Like to Dance Again
From: GUEST,Thanks
Date: 08 Jul 08 - 09:36 PM

I've also been looking for the lyrics to this song for years. There was a problem with the licensing for it and it was removed from the air and Ed Bruce had no comments about it other than to say he was very disappointed. It played on the radio in the 70's over and over...thank you again.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Angeline, Would You Like to Dance Again
From: GUEST,Darragh
Date: 24 Jul 08 - 08:22 AM

I had this song on a lost cassette years ago with other great songs such as Mr. Jones by Roly Daniels, Where The Grass Grows The Greenest by Larry Cunningham, Cold Windy City of Chicago. Sorry I cant remember all the songs its been some years now.
Can anyone tell me the name of this compilation cassette/CD?
Thanks.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Angeline, Would You Like to Dance Again
From: GUEST,frank white ireland
Date: 21 Feb 09 - 10:22 AM

this song was recorded by an Irish country singer called Brenden Quinn agood few years ago he is still touring and the song is still played on radio.
i had a quick try at locating it but failed however there are two sites where u will get info onghis music or u may contact for further info and he does a sweet job on the tune, the sites are his own named Brenden Quinn and the other is irish country music.com
hope this is of help


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