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WILHELMINA (Possibly Herbert Ivey, but not sure) Rossini’s Accordion Band Dir. Harry Bidgood V. Pat O’Malley? Recorded August 1935 In a quaint little village near Amsterdam There’s a plump little dairy maid She’s sweeter than honey or strawberry jam And dressed like a doll from the toy arcade She wears wooden shoes on her plump little feet And they seem to say, as she walks down the street Wilhelmina is plump and round Plump and round, plump and round Jacob and Peter and Fritz and Hans Ask her permission to put up the banns All she says is “Nein, nein, nein No wedding bells for me” Each day they get keener on plump little Wilhelmina The pride of the Zuyder Zee. Wilhelmina is plump and round Plump and round, plump and round Jacob and Peter and Fritz and Hans Ask her permission to put up the banns All she says is “Nein, nein, nein No wedding bells for me” Each day they get keener on plump little Wilhelmina The pride of the Zuyder Zee. Transcribed from John Wright’s 78 RPM Record Collection (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - January 2013)

    


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