I Don’t Wanna Play In Your Yard: Peggy Lee

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6 Comments on “I Don’t Wanna Play In Your Yard: Peggy Lee”

  1. Spaceman Says:

    You know I fancy Peg. This is a peculiar song – 1910ish sounding

  2. Spaceman Says:

    Indeed. How interesting. It does sound like it could be a children’s rhyme.

    • katry Says:

      Spaceman,
      My song is actually the mirror image of this one. I remember starting with playmate, come out and play with me and bring your dollies three. Climb up my apple tree. Cry down my rain barrel,
      Slide down my cellar door. And we’ll be jolly friends
      Forever more.

      The original song was this one and was written by Philip Wingate
      and H.W. Petrie in 1894.

  3. Spaceman Says:

    Well I guess you would be friends. Interesting that it was a song that children sang. It was turn of the century (1894) tune. Thanks for the personal background. Ciao


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