Sunny Side Up
DESCRIPTION: "Keep the sunny side up, up, And the other side too." Soldiers march, sailors sing. "Turn around and touch your toes" like the Eskimoes and Japanese; "touch your chin" like an Indian.
EARLIEST DATE: 1975 (Opie-Game)
KEYWORDS: derivative playparty
FOUND IN: Britain(England(South))
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Opie-Game 127, "Sunny Side Up" (4 texts, 1 tune)
NOTES: Opie-Game: "From the moment the film 'The Best Things in Life Are Free' was released in 1929, little girls recognized that one of its hit songs, 'Sunny Side Up', might have been specially written for them." Lyrics are by Buddy G. DeSilva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson (source: "Sunnyside Up" at the Internet Movie Database site). - BS
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