Twinkle Twinkle Black C

Posted on March 3, 2014 11:00 am

I assume other people have done something similar before, but here is a song I put together that is currently Buttercup’s most requested at bed time:

Twinkle Twinkle
Have you any wool?
What you are

One for my master
Like a diamond
Who lives down the lane

Now I know my
Little star
Yes sir, yes sir
Sing with me

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10 Responses to “Twinkle Twinkle Black C”

  1. Jimmy says:

    And the melody, Frank?

    We always liked “Incy Wincy Spider.”

  2. Harvey says:

    You whippersnappers and your mashups!

  3. Tater Salad says:

    Hmph! In my day, the youth were taught to properly sing Row, Row, Row Your Bicycle Built On Top Of Old Smokey! And done in proper “rounds”! Not this Jazzbo Beatnik nonsense!

    [tilts sound horn closer to ear, winds up Edisonograph, plays speeches of Chester Arthur to drown out the juvenile caterwauling taking place in the street]

  4. Harvey says:

    Tater! Tater! Get up, ya old coot! There’s a teenager on yer lawn!

  5. Jimmy says:

    Not “coot.” They call him “Tater Salad.”

    (I would fall out of my chair if Ron White were a commenter here.)

  6. OldMathGuy says:

    I want to teach my grandson, “Alpha Baker Charlie Delta Echo Foxtrot Golf…”

    The tricky bit is the “Lima Mike November Oscar Papa” line that all runs together, but the best part is the end: “Now I know my Alpha Baker Charlie, next time won’t you sing it like Bob Marley.”

  7. mikeszekely says:

    Baker? It hasn’t been Baker since ’56.

  8. Dohtimes says:

    Synergy, when the ADD of the parent is equaled by that of the child. My generation was saved by punk rock and Space Invaders until Wozniak and Jobs could create what we have today.

  9. OldMathGuy says:

    OK, Bravo instead of Baker – kids these days and their “groovy” lingo…

  10. Tater Salad says:

    Groovy lingo? What’re ya some kinda hepcat? I swear I don’t know what they’re teaching the kids these days, with the High School Confidential and the Bill Haley and all the smoking of tea. It’s madness! I tell ya, the world began going to h-e-double toothpicks the day Ford began offering roadsters in colors other than black.

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