Oh Yah, Ain't Dat Been Fine

DESCRIPTION: "Now Katryn, my darling, come sig by my side... I's goin' to ask you, 'Won't you be my frau.'" "Oh, shame yourself Scharlie, don't speak out like that... I love you mit all the lova what I got." The two celebrate their love and discuss their life plans
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1946 (Peters)
KEYWORDS: humorous love marriage
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Peters, p. 148, "Oh Yah, Ain't Dat Been Fine" (1 text, 1 tune)
Minnie Plimpton Pendleton, "Oh Yah, Ain't Dat Been Fine" (AFS 08431 A01, 1946; in AMMEM)
NOTES [41 words]: This is patently a stage "Dutch" song, with lines such as "We've got plenty of sauerkraut always on hand" and "Den I get some dresses what schtick out behind." I strongly suspect it comes from a stage show. But I haven't yet managed to find it. - RBW
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File: Pet148

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