The Clapping Song" is an American song, written by Lincoln Chase, originally arranged by Charles Callello and recorded by Shirley Ellis in 1965. The song was released shortly after Ellis had released "The Name Game". The Clapping Song" incorporates lyrics from the song "Little Rubber Dolly", a 1930s song recorded by the Light Crust Doughboys, and also features instructions for a clapping game. The single sold over a million copies, and peaked at number eight in the United States and number six in the U. .Ian Cussick, Scottish singer-songwriter, released the song as a single in 1981, from his third studio album Hypertension. Pia Zadora's cover of the song entered the top 40 in 1983. Aaron Carter released a cover of the song on his 2000 album Aaron's Party (Come Get It). A music video was produced for the song.
The clapping song Lyrics Ian Cussick. Ian Cussick - The clapping song Songtext. 3, 6, 9, the goose drank wine the monkey chewed tobacco on the streetcar line the line broke the monkey got choked and they all went to heaven in a little row boat. clap clap, clap your hands get on your feet, I wanna clap, slap, pat.
Duration: 03:10 min. Listen.
Release information Release Date: 1991 length: 3:10 Some other versions of "The Clapping Song".
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The Clapping Song" is an American song, written by Lincoln Chase, originally arranged by Charles Callello and recorded by Shirley Ellis in 1965. The lyrics of "The Clapping Song" were borrowed from the song "Little Rubber Dolly", a 1930s song recorded by the Light Crust Doughboys, and also feature instructions for a clapping game. In 1981 Scottish singer-songwriter Ian Cussick covered the song with the same title, which was released on his 3rd studio album "Hypertension".
|The Clapping Song||3:08|
|PB 5947||Ian Cussick||The Clapping Song (7", Single)||RCA Victor||PB 5947||Spain||1982|
|PC 5920||Ian Cussick||The Clapping Song / Ocean, Ocean (12", Maxi)||RCA||PC 5920||Germany||1981|
|PB 5947||Ian Cussick||The Clapping Song (7", Single)||RCA||PB 5947||Germany||1981|