I Wear My Pink Pajamas
DESCRIPTION: "I wear my pink pajamas in the summer when it's hot, I wear my woolen nightie in the winter when it's not, And sometimes in the springtime, and sometimes in the fall, I slip between the covers with nothing on at all. Glory, glory, what's it to ya?..."
EARLIEST DATE: 1988 (Pankake/Pankake-PrairieHomeCompanionFolkSongBook)
KEYWORDS: clothes humorous derivative campsong
FOUND IN: US(MW)
REFERENCES (4 citations):
Pankake/Pankake-PrairieHomeCompanionFolkSongBook, p. 34, "My Pink Pajamas" (2 texts, tune referenced)
Averill-CampSongsFolkSongs, pp. 101, 167, 289, "I Wear My Pink Pajamas" (notes only)
BoyScoutSongbook1997, p. 40, "Pink Pajamas" (1 text, tune referenced)
cf. "John Brown's Body" (tune) and references there
cf. "Oh, Sir Jasper" (lyrics)
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