In addition to the six records Christine released on Oriole before her contract expired in , there exists an acetate on the label of 'Huggin' My Pillow', a Crewe-Gaudio song also recorded by the Four Seasons in As Oriole had gone out of business by then, Christine's version must pre-date that release.
Perhaps it was the original version? She continued doing TV, radio and cabaret work around the country, always with the support of her parents. Late in the family moved to London, to be nearer the action.
In June Christine signed with manager-producer- songwriter Bunny Lewis. As she had achieved something in America, Lewis' Ritz Productions company inked her to a new recording contract with Laurie Records of New York, in the expectation it would guarantee her further releases there.
This and her earlier hit led some people to assume Christine was American. Ironically, it seems her Stateside singles never did get generally released in the States, although 'If You've Got A Heart' progressed as far as the test pressing stage. Mercer, Mr. BC Alligators Mr. M BC Ohhh! Mercer, Yeah Mr. Crosby Oh hear me talking to you No Mr. Gli Zingari. Categorie :Latin Songs. Talk To The Animals. If we could talk to the animals, learn all their languages Maybe take an animal degree I'd study elephant and eagle, buffalo and beagle Alligator, guinea pig, and flea!
I would converse in polar bear, python And I would curse in fluent kangaroo If people ask me "can you speak rhinocerous? Can't you? If I consulted with quadrupeds Think what fun we'd have asking over crocodiles for tea! Or maybe lunch with two or three lions, walruses and sea lions What a lovely place the world would be! If I spoke slang to orangutans The advantages any fool on earth could plainly see! Discussing Eastern art and dramas With intellectual llamas That's a big step forward you'll agree!
I'd learn to speak in antelope and turtle My Pekinese would be extremely good If I were asked to sing in hippopotamus I'd say "whynotamous? If I could parlay with pachyderms It's a fairy tale worthy of Hans Anderson and Grimm A man who walks with the animals, talks with the animals Grunts and squeaks and squawks with the animals All an easy just think of it and they could talk to me! Mister Five By Five. Mister Five by Five He's five feet tall and he's five feet wide He don't measure no more from head to toe Than he do from side to side Mister Five by Five Got fifty chins and a line of jive He's a mellow old cat, a real hep fat He be Mister Five by Five That man Can really jump it for a fat man The only trouble is there's no way of knowin' Whether he's comin' or From side to side Mister Five by Five.
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