[2][3], The song has been notably recorded with the following performers and titles:[2][3][7], "Your Hit Parade (USA) Weekly Single Charts From 1938", "Billboard Magazine (USA) Weekly Single Charts For 1958", "Famiglia Amica Valenza: Canzone Napoletana", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=C%27è_la_luna_mezzo_mare&oldid=972010079, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 1927: Paolo Citorello, "Luna mezzo mare" – original copyrighted version, 1929: Paolo Citorello, "Mamma a cu m'addari", 1930: Paolo Citorello, "Mi vulissi maritari", 1930s: Paolo Dones, "A luna 'mmenzu 'u mari". Hey, Marie! Oh Ma-Ma! Oh Ma-Ma! I can hear, and your voice is a whisper. Make sure your selection Oh, Ma-Ma! Ma-Ma!

(end song with repeat of chorus) Comments/Interpretations. 'Ya wanna marry me? I gotta da pork-a chop! Oh, Ma-Ma! Ma che freddo fa - Nada; A good way to get accustomed to Italian and learn new words is with Music. I'll cheery-beery be! "Luna mezz'o mare" (Moon amid the sea) is a comic Neapolitan song with worldwide popularity, traditionally styled as a brisk 6/8 tarantella, based on an earlier version from Sicily. Oh Ma-Ma! I'll cheery-beery be! Hey, Marie! Hey, Marie! (spoken shout)Hey, Marie!I gotta da fruitcake!Hey, Marie!I gotta da cheesecake!Hey, Marie!Marie! The song portrays a mother-daughter "coming of age" exchange consisting of various comic, and sometimes sexual, innuendos.

How happy I will be! today, your white head. Rudy Vallee - Lets Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep Lyrics Ma-Ma!" Oh Ma-Ma! An annotation cannot contain another annotation. Note: When you embed the widget in your site, it will match your site's styles (CSS). looking for my golden curls. Lyrics Depot is your source of lyrics to Oh, Ma, Ma (The Butcher Boy) by Rudy Vallee.

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It originally appeared in the Italian film Sweden: Heaven and Hell (Svezia, inferno e paradiso).It was a minor radio hit in the U.S. and in Britain, but became better known internationally for its use by The Muppets and on The Benny Hill Show. (spoken shout) Oh Ma Ma! I gotta da lamb chop! Rudy Vallee - How Deep Is The Ocean Lyrics, Rudy Vallee - Lets Put Out The Lights And Go To Sleep Lyrics, Rudy Vallee - Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries Lyrics, Rudy Vallee - The Stein Song (University Of Maine) Lyrics, Rudy Vallee - Would You Like To Take A Walk Lyrics, Rudy Vallee - Youre Driving Me Crazy (what Did I Do) Lyrics. Rudy Vallee - Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries Lyrics Hey, Marie! (spoken shout)Hey, Marie!I gotta da lamb chop!Hey, Marie!I gotta da pork-a chop!Hey, Marie!Marie! "Luna mezz'o mare" is a comic Neapolitan song with worldwide popularity, traditionally styled as a brisk 6/8 tarantella, based on an earlier version from Sicily. Rudy Vallee - The Thrill Is Gone Lyrics Marie! 'Ya wanna marry me? It is frequently performed at Italian-American wedding receptions and other festive occasions. Marie! Related music and lyrics appeared as early as 1835, in the art song "La Danza" (Tarantella Napoletana) by Gioachino Rossini and Carlo Pepoli. Hit versions have included "Oh! 1928: Rosina Trubia Gioiosa, "Mi vogghiu maritari"(Brunswick E26617-E26618 10-in. Hey, Marie!

starts and ends within the same node. Please check back for more Rudy Vallee lyrics. [5] Monte's version was initially banned from British broadcasts for undesirable innuendo,[6] but has been played to a family-filled baseball stadium at almost every New York Mets home game since the mid-1990s, as the result of a fan survey. [1][2], Since the first recording in 1927, the song has proliferated with different titles and lyrics, both in English and in several variants of Italian. Hey, Marie! I gotta da fruitcake! and for the rest of my life I'll never leave you again . (spoken shout) Hey, Marie! Marie! Oh, if I'm gonna marry, It's-a da baker boy for me! The thing is... since luck ... Oder etwas freier übersetzen: Mamma. Hey, Marie! In 1927, New York City's Italian Book Company arranged and recorded a version by Sicilian sailor Paolo Citorello (sometimes spelled Citarella), and an American court upheld their copyright in 1928.

Oh, if I'm gonna marry, Ich werde dir ... to Mods This is just a preview! Oh, if I'm gonna marry, How happy I will be! 'Ya wanna marry me? I'll cheery-beery be! Rudy Vallee - Youre Driving Me Crazy (what Did I Do) Lyrics. Original spelling: Musica tradizionale italiana. Hit versions have included "Oh! ), ensuring the song's sustained popularity at Italian wedding receptions, including the opening scene of The Godfather (1972). Oh, catcha dat man-a for me! How happy I will be! Following are examples of some popular songs : Song name : L'Italiano (Lasciatemi Cantare) By : … … Ma Ma (The Butcher Boy)", 2015: Famiglia Amica Valenza, "C'e la luna mezz'o mare", This page was last edited on 9 August 2020, at 17:20. Rudy Vallee - Would You Like To Take A Walk Lyrics More Rudy Vallee Music Lyrics:Rudy Vallee - How Deep Is The Ocean Lyrics The humorous lyrics center around a young woman wondering about marriage with various tradesmen (butcher, fisherman, fireman, etc. I gotta da cheesecake! By 1871 in Italy, bawdier versions were circulating. you are my life. (The Butcher Boy)" by Rudy Vallée and "Lazy Mary (Luna Mezzo Mare)" by Lou Monte. Oh, catch-a dat man-a for me! Italian Folk lyrics with translations: Fior di cucuzza, C’è la luna mezz’ o mare, Piemontesina bella, Tarantella del Gargano, C'è La Luna Mezz'o Mare It is frequently performed at Italian-American wedding receptions and other festive occasions. Rudy Vallee (end song with repeat of chorus), Related: Let's Put Out The Lights (and Go To Sleep), Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963, Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. 1930s: Silvia Coruzzolo, "A luna mezzo o mare", 1930s: I Diavoli, "La luna in mezzo al mare (A luna mmezzu 'u mari)", 1938: Dick Robertson, "Oh, Ma, Ma (The Butcher Boy)", 1938: George Hall, "Oh! It's-a da butcher boy for me! Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965, Lyricapsule: Nirvana Drop ‘Bleach’; June 15, 1989, Lyricapsule: Derek and the Dominos’ First Gig; June 14, 1970. Oh Ma-Ma! Rudy Vallee - The Stein Song (University Of Maine) Lyrics Artist: Rudy Vallee, (chorus)Oh Ma-Ma!Oh, catcha dat man-a for me!Oh Ma-Ma!How happy I will be!Oh Ma-Ma!I'll cheery-beery be!Oh, if I'm gonna marry,It's-a da butcher boy for me! (spoken shout) ... Italian Italian. by Rudy Vallée (1938, peaked at #8)[4] and "Lazy Mary" by Lou Monte (1958, peaked at #12). (end song with repeat of chorus) It's-a da baker boy for me! Hey, Marie! Oh, Ma-Ma! 'Ya wanna marry me?Oh Ma-Ma!Oh, catch-a dat man-a for me!Oh, Ma-Ma!How happy I will be!Oh, Ma-Ma!I'll cheery-beery be!Oh, if I'm gonna marry,It's-a da baker boy for me! "Mah Nà Mah Nà" is a popular song by Italian composer Piero Umiliani.

I can feel your tired hand. From: Trent [email protected] (Girlfriend Productions), Rudy Vallee Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.com. Miscellaneous