Humdinger
Freddy Cannon Lyrics


Well, she's a hum, hum, humdinger
She's a hum, hum, humdinger
A quantity right, a quality plus
She's a hum, hum, humdinger

She's a humdinging witty kitty
California city kitty
Swell of a belle of a girl

Cause she's a heartbreaker
Yeah, she's a heartbreaker
Her personality's sweet
Knock you right off your feet
She's a heartbreaker

She's a heartbreaking witty kitty
California city kitty
Swell of a belle of a girl

Well, now anyone can see
This one's a sweet property easily
I might upset your cart
Go on and eat out your heart
Cause she belongs to me

My little bell ringer
My little bell ringer
As cool as peppermint ice
Get the shoes and the rice
My wedding bell ringer

Yeah, she's my
Bell ringing witty kitty
California city kitty
Swell of a belle of a girl

Well, now anyone can see
This one's a sweet property easily
I might upset your cart
Go on and eat out your heart
Cause she belongs to me

My little bell ringer
My little bell ringer
As cool as peppermint ice
Get the shoes and the rice
My wedding bell ringer

Yeah, she's my
Bell ringing witty kitty
California city kitty
Swell of a belle of a girl

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Bill Brower

I LOVE FREDDY CANNON - ALL HIS SONGS ARE HUMDINGERS !!!

sauquoit13456

Exactly sixty years ago today on October 29th, 1960 the 'Dick Clark Caravan of Stars'* rolled into the Memorial Auditorium in Utica, New York...
Freddy Cannon was one of the acts* to appear, and at the time his "Humdinger" was at position #59 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, which was also its peak position on the chart, and it spent four weeks on the Top 100...
Between 1959 and 1981 'Boom Boom' had twenty-two records on the Top 100 chart, three made the Top 10, "Tallahassee Lassie" {#6 in 1959}, "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" {#3 in 1959}, and "Palisades Park" {#3 in 1962}...
His twenty-second and last Top 100 record was a duet with the Belmonts, "Let's Put The Fun Back In Rock 'n Roll", it reached #81 in 1981...
Freddy Cannon, a Revere, Massachusetts native, was born Frederick Anthony Picariello Jr., he will celebrate his 80th birthday in six days on December 4th, 2019...
* Some of the other acts on the bill were Fabian, Brenda Lee, Duane Eddy, Chubby Checker, Jimmy Clanton, and Jimmy Charles...

paul m

....the first punk-rocker!! The grandfather of PUNK!!

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