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DO YOUR EARS HANG LOW FUN COMEDY - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2009
Pete Bax Fun song for children. Sweet rhythm, makes little kids want to jump around, skip and dance. Toddlers, Pre-K happiness. Joyful bouncy playful and memorable. Great commercial, cartoon or kids' comedy routine. Similar to Turkeys in the Straw. Parody Song. Instrumental, Childrens, Nursery Rhymes
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
30sec - Childrens, Nursery Rhymes  
353713 0:31 Med Slow 80   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Do Your Ears Hang Low Fun Comedy
Catalog ID: 353713  ISRC: US5UL0910044
Description: Fun song for children. Sweet rhythm, makes little kids want to jump around, skip and dance. Toddlers, Pre-K happiness. Joyful bouncy playful and memorable. Great commercial, cartoon or kids' comedy routine. Similar to Turkeys in the Straw. Parody Song.

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: Children, Kids, Boy, Girl, Nursery Rhyme, Ring Tone, Fun, Ringtong Ring-Back, Ring Back, Mobile, Happy, School, Nursery, Kinder Garden, Infants, Education

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Childrens Music
       Nursery rhymes (music)
Extended Properties
  Duration: 0:31   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 80
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Synthesizer
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Bittersweet, Bright, Buoyant, Careful, Caring, Cheeky, Childish, Confident, Crazy, Friendly, Frisky, Fun, Funny, Jolly, Joyful, Lively, Nostalgic, Spirited, Swinging, Thoughtful

Styles: Cartoon, Comedy, Comedy / Dark Humor, Comedy / Family, Fairy Tale, Family / After School, Family / Children, Family / Infant, Family / Teen, Family / Toddler, Flash Animation, Section / Credits

Extended Keywords: "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" is a children's song that is often sung in schools and at camps. The melody of this song was partially taken from another: "Turkey in the Straw." Various theories exist concerning the origin of the lyrics, but no conclusive evidence seems to exist. Various versions with alternative lyrics exist, the earliest known version is "Do Your Balls Hang Low", [1] collected in 1941 by Vance Randolph, but not printed by him until 1992 in the book "Randolph, Roll Me in Your Arms". This version is listed in the Roud Folk Song Index under a separate number. Other versions printed shortly afterwards would suggest that this a rather rude wartime soldiers' song that has made its way into other circles: rugby singing, campfire singing. The original lyric version is also in the Roud Folk Song Index under number.

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