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Scotty MacGregor - Did You Ever See A Lassie Album
Children
Performer: Scotty MacGregor
Title: Did You Ever See A Lassie
Country US
Label Junior
Catalog Number J-111
Genre: Children
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 079
MP3 size: 2139 mb
FLAC size: 2994 mb
WMA size: 2225 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 10"

Scotty MacGregor - Did You Ever See A Lassie Album

Tracklist

1Did You Ever See A Lassie
2Red River Valley
3Cockles & Mussels
4Vowel Song...A-E-I-O-U

Credits

  • OrganMelody Mac

Notes

Unbreakable Kiddie Disk

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): A-4372

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Remington Records, Inc.

Album

Did You Ever See a Lassie - Kids Hits Project. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Did You Ever See a Lassie - The Playtime Allstars. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Did You Ever See a Lassie is a folk song, nursery rhyme, and singing game. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 5040. Modern versions of the lyrics include: Did you ever see a lassie, A lassie, a lassie Did you ever see a lassie, Go this way and that Go this way and that way, Go this way and that way. Did you ever see a lassie, Go this way and that Did you ever see a laddie, A laddie, a laddie Did you ever see a laddie, Go this way and that Go this way and that way, Go this way and that way. MacGregor grew up in the Philadelphia area, and it was there that he did his first performing, as a disc jockey, recording engineer, and singerguitarist. MacGregor played Scottish, folk, and novelty songs, with an occasional children's song thrown in. After setting up a radio station in Daytona, FL for Army Special Services, MacGregor returned to help with the birth of television in New York City. He was the master of ceremonies and performer on a children's program called Scrapbook. Did You Ever See a Lassie is the song in the video I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing. It was sung to the tune of Ach, du lieber Augustin. Did you ever see a lassie, A lassie, a lassie Did you ever see a lassie, Go this way and that Go this way and that way, Go this way and that way. The tune of the Did you ever see a lassie is the same as the one of The More We Get Together and the German Oh du lieber Augustin. Did You Ever See a Lassie Sing-Along Video with lyrics. Did you ever see a lassie Free karaoke mp3 download. To download your free instrumental mp3 of Did you ever see a lassie , right click or tap and hold, on mobile devices on the following link, then choose Save link as . Buy our entire album with 30 Favourite Nursery Rhymes for only 20 Bonus Instrumental versions and save 20 You may also like: Molly Malone Cockles & Mussels. Oranges and Lemons. Hickory, Dickory, Dock. There are no exact evidences of the origin of Did You Ever See a Lassie Although it was first published in the USA in the late nineteenth century, until the mid-twentieth century the song wasnt performed in the UK. It is though believed that the song is original from Scotland. The words lassie and laddie found in the song mean boy and girl in Scots language. Did You Ever See a Lassie Lyrics. Did you ever see a lassie, A lassie, a lassie. Did you ever see a laddie, A laddie, a laddie Did you ever see a laddie, Go this way and that Go this way and that way, Go this way and that way. Did you ever see a laddie, Go this way and that . Did you ever see a laddie, Go this way and that Go this way and that way, Go this way and that way. Did you ever see a laddie. The use of the terms lassie and laddie mean that this song is often attributed to possible origins in Scotland by various forms of media see references section, but it was first collected in the United States in the last decade of the nineteenth century and was not found in Great Britain until the mid-twentieth century. The version heard on the Kidsongs album My Favorite Kidsongs Collection and the Kidsongs video I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing also confirms this with two extra verses about a kilt and a bagpipe. Did you ever see a laddie, A laddie, a laddie Did you ever see a laddie, Do this way and that. The children make a circle and dance around one player the Lassie or Laddie. When the kids reach the end of the verse they stop, the child in the middle performs an action, which the other children then imitate. The Lassie or Laddie in the middle then chooses a new child to be the one in the middle. The game starts again. Kid Songs Around The World - A Mama Lisa eBook