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I think I heard that somewhere recently that Moose the Mooche had something to do with Charlie Parker's dope dealer...Relaxin' at the Camarillo tickled me a little too.

Anyone know any other story's behind other songs that I didn't recognize?
 

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Not a title but until recently and since the 60's I had been singing the opening verse of the Ska classic " The Israelites " by Desmond Decker

" Get up in the morning bacon for breakfast" instead of the correct " Get up in the morning slaving for bread sir" Desmond's Jamaican accent had defied my ears.
What is strange is that I worked with Desmond Decker briefly in the 70s but still sang the bacon line.
 

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"How come my dog don't bark when you come around?"
 

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I was a at jam session one night and on the mic the leader said:

"And now we're going to play a tune called Butt Love."

I think he mixed up "Beautiful Love" and "But Beautiful" and somehow combined them. One of the funniest jam session moments I've seen.
I worry about myself sometimes, this one's had me sniggering since i read it yesterday.... when am i ever going to grow up!!?
 

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Thanks for the giggles! A somewhat different tack: substitute the word "lunch" for every time "love" appears in a title. Always gives me a few laughs.:)
 

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"How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Loved You, When You Know I've Been a Liar All My Life"

It's done by Fred Astaire and Jane Powell in the movie 'Royal Wedding'.
 
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