Skip to my lou history
Skip to My Lou by Nadine Bernard WestcottThis is another song book, which can be fun. I didnt grow up singing this song, though, so I find myself getting a little tongue tied in different spots, making it less enjoyable for me (perhaps I jut need a little more practice). Ill admit that the song is cute, though. Im not in love with the illustrative style, but it does depict whats going on in the song very well.
Ill admit to not knowing what the phrase skip to my Lou meant, so I looked it up. In case anyone else is interested, Ill enclose the link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skip_to...
Skip to my Lou - Nursery Rhyme song for kids by Nastya
Skip to my Lou
Any additional info. Heidi "Shoo Fly" discussion here click. We had to have yucky girls as our partners and, of course, conversely. Skip to My Lou had a verse that went, "Fly,s in the buttermilk, shoo fly, shoo 3x , Skip to my Lou my darling. Incidentally, it is a little known fact that baseballer Felipe Alou has a younger brother named Skip Tim. Would I lie? Chosing the middle 1 From: Azizi - PM Date: 03 Feb 07 - AM I just came across this article on the song "Skip to My Lou", and thought it might fit this thread-as well as any Mudcat thread that might be archived on that specific song: Skip to My Lou In early America, respectable folk in Protestant communities have always regarded the fiddle as the devil's instrument and dancing as downright sinful.
If you've been a reader for awhile, you'll know that one of my areas of interest is the weird back story to common things we don't think about.
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No instruments were permitted — the dancers sang and clapped their own music. - It was also a popular lyrical game in Abraham Lincoln's youth in southern Indiana and Kentucky with verses such as "Hurry up slow poke, do oh do", "I'll get her back in spite of you", "Gone again, what shall I do", and "I'll get another girl sweeter than you".
The dark history of "Skip To My Lou". March 05, If you've been a reader for awhile, you'll know that one of my areas of interest is the weird back story to common things we don't think about anymore. Kids' songs and nursery rhymes are especially ripe for this sort of fascinating annotation. A very weird, sexually charged dance.