Clarence McFaden (Teaching McFadden to Waltz)

DESCRIPTION: "Clarence McFaden he wanted to waltz, But his feet was not gaited that way." His teacher charges high because "your right foot is lazy, your left foot is crazy." He puts a girl on crutches, and kicks the floorboards from his bed
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1931 (Gardner/Chickering)
KEYWORDS: dancing humorous
FOUND IN: US(MW,Ro,SE) Canada(Newf) Ireland Australia
REFERENCES (4 citations):
Bennett-Downey 10, pp. 90-93, "Teaching McFadden to Waltz" (1 text)
Gardner/Chickering 170, "Clarence McFaden" (1 text)
Hubbard, #170, "Clarence McFadden Learning to Waltz" (1 text, 1 tune)
Tritton/Meredith, p. 50, "Teaching McFadden to Dance" (1 short text)

ST GC170 (Partial)
Roud #3707
Jerome Downey, "Teaching McFadden to Waltz" (on NFJDowney01)
Hector MacIsaac and Jerome Downey, "Teaching McFadden to Waltz" (on NFHMacIsaac01)
Hector MacIsaac and Emma MacIsaac, "McFadden's Waltz" (on NFHMacIsaac02)
Roy Harvey, "Learning McFadden to Waltz" (Columbia, unissued, 1927)
Roy Harvey &Leonard Copeland, "Learning McFayden to Dance" (Columbia, unissued, 1930)

NOTES [10 words]: I'm almost tempted to give this the keyword "disaster." - RBW
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File: GC170

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