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FIDDLE AND GITTAR BAND From the film "My Friend Irma Goes West" (1950) (Jay Livingston / Ray Evans) Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis - 1950 DEAN: Sul mare luccica L'astro d'argento Placida e' l'onda Prospero e' il vento This is a pretty song, but I don't like it Don't want a city song, wanta sing western That is the best'un music in all the World Oh, we're gonna have a lowdown hoedown tonight Step up stranger, try your hand Have a high deal hoedown tonight To the diddle of a fiddle in a gittar band Gonna get a little gal and a-sashay tonight Play new music, that's our band Who cares if their a-playin' it right Long as you can hear the fiddle and the gittar band (Soundtrack Dialogue - girls and Dean singing in background) You can bet a silver dollar I'm a-goin' tonight Finest wing-a-ding in the land Soon be leadin' a toe-in tonight To the diddle of a fiddle and a gittar band Swing your partner down the middle Grab your Shirley with a diddle And the twiddle of the fiddle and a gittar band JERRY (Spoken): Get ready for the square dance! DEAN (Spoken): Make way for a laugh-eared, ring-tailed, smoke-eaten', dad-blasted, iron-livered swab! JERRY: Oh, I'm gonna ride a mean coyote tonight Spokes and cactus, that's my brand Watch my pistol blazin' tonight In the middle of the fiddle and gittar band Nin-nin-nin-nin-nin-nin-nin-nin-nin-nin Nin-nin-nin-nin-nin-nin Oh, I'm gonna shoot a few dumb sherriffs tonight Chase that posse of my land Don't you rile me, stranger tonight Or I'll whip out the fiddle and the gittar band DEAN (Spoken): Now, get Seymour, I gotta call a square dance JERRY (Spoken): Get yourself. I'm callin' the square dance, Partner. Now get, go on, get! Form your squares and circle 'round Gonna have the best square dance in town Pass the biscuits, pass the grits Pass the fiddles before they itch Ladies pretty on the eight-fourteen Birds or bees there say how you been? Ha-ha Allamade left and watch her twist Grand right left right after this Got a dog named Ginger, how she yap Does she bite or ginger snap? Ha-ha-ha Promenade, away we go Finish up with a docile-doe (Soundtrack Dialogue) DEAN: You can bet a silver dollar I'm a-goin' tonight Finest wing-ding in the land See me here in a toe-in tonight To the diddle of a fiddle and a guitar band Swing your partner down the middle Drop your Shirley with a diddle And the twiddle of the fiddle and a guitar band (Transcribed from the "My Friend Irma Goes West" film soundtrack by Mel Priddle - February 2005)

    


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