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The Pipkins – Gimme Dat Ding

Piano bar swing dance song from 1970 as sung by Tony Burrows.

Tak todlec mě cvrnklo o klobouček dnes ráno, hráli to na Oldies. Jistě to znáte, možná ne v originále, ale určitě jako duet Jiřího Grossmana a Milušky Voborníkové.

A lot of people asking who is the girl in green?? Here is her youtube link: And here she is….watch her dance! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFBKnvNoqCc

Kategorie Hudba
Skladba Gimme Dat Ding (Re-Record)
Umělec The Pipkins
Album Silly Silly Hit Songs from the American Charts
Writers Albert Hammond, Mike Hazlewood
Licence udělena YouTube: WMG (od vydavatele Nasjon Properties, LLC); Abramus Digital, UMPG Publishing, ARESA, BMG Rights Management, LatinAutor – UMPG, BMI – Broadcast Music Inc., UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA – UBEM a společnosti vlastnící hudební práva (11)

PIPKINS
Gimme Dat Ding[02:08]

That’s right, that’s right I’m sad and blue
‚Cause I can’t do the Boogaloo
I’m lost, I’m lost, can’t do my thing
That’s why I sing gimme, gimme dat ding

Ah, gimme dat, gimme dat, gimme, gimme, gimme dat
Gimme dat ding, gimme dat, gimme, gimme dat
Gimme dat ding, gimme dat, gimme, gimme dat
Gimme, gimme, gimme, dat ding
(„Aaaah, sing it one more time, Mama“)

(„Ah, you ain’t doin‘ that late at night“)
Ah, what good’s a metronome without a bell for ringing
(„You’re right, you’re right, it’s no use“)
How fast can anybody ever tell he’s swinging („No, you can’t tell“)
How can you tell the rhythm written on a bar
(„Well, you don’t go too far is what you do“)
How can you ever hope to know just where you are
(„Why don’t you look around ya“)
And gimme dat („Ah, gimme dat“)
Gimme dat („Ah, gimme dat“)
Gimme, gimme, yeah, got ya

Ah, what goods a metronome without a bell for ringing
(„Well, you try and do your best“)
How fast can anybody ever tell he’s swinging
How can you tell the rhythm written on the bar („Well, you see“)
How can you ever hope to know just where you are
Gimme dat, ah gimme dat, ah gimme dat, gimme dat
Gimme, gimme, gimme, gimme, gimme