Rackyman Doo (Ring-Dang-Doo (II))

DESCRIPTION: Singer meets a young fellow, and asks whether he'd like to have a game on her rackyman doo. He asks what it is; she explains that it's soft, with hairs all round and split in two. She takes him to her father's cellar, gives him drink, and asks again
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: early 1960s (collected from Caroline Hughes)
KEYWORDS: sex bawdy
FOUND IN: Britain(England), US(MW), West Indies
REFERENCES (1 citation):
MacSeegTrav 40, "Ring Dang Doo" (1 text, 1 tune)
CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "Ring-Dang-Doo (I)" (euphemism)
NOTES: I separate this from "Ring-Dang-Doo (I)" because it doesn't contain any of the plot elements of that song -- prostitution, pox, etc. No question but they're related, of course. Also, I use the name "Rackyman Doo" because that was Hughes' title for the song. - PJS
File: McCST040

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