Category: Classical

Froggie Went A Courtin

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  1. Dabar says:
    Froggie went a-courtin' and he did ride Sword and a pistol by his side, hey hey hey hey Rode 'til he come to Miss Mouse's door, hey hey Rode 'til he come to Miss Mouse's door, hey hey.
  2. Zulkigrel says:
    Frog went a-courtin', and he did ride, uh-huh, Frog went a-courtin', and he did ride.
  3. Kezilkree says:
    Froggy went a-courtin' and he did ride, A-hu Froggy went a-courtin’ and he did ride, A-hu Froggy went a-courtin' and he did ride He had a nick-nack-nack by his side, A-hu, A-hu, A-hu.
  4. Akira says:
    Frog went a-courtin', and he did ride, uh-huh, Frog went a-courtin', and he did ride. With a sword and a pistol by his side, uh-huh. 2. well he rode up to miss mousey's door, uh-huh.
  5. Danos says:
    Sep 01,  · Froggy courts the proprietress of Miss Mousie's Nightclub with the spoils from a bank robbery, but their wedding supper at Hollowtree (another after-hours joint) is cut short by Froggy's arrest by Officer Cat. In a modified ending, the criminal amphibian exchanges his zoot suits for prison stripes, and "now he's doing seven to eleven."4/5(3).
  6. Shaktigore says:
    Froggie went a courtin and he did ride. A sword and a pistol by his side. Mhmm. He went down to Missie Mousie's door. Mhmm. He went down to Missie .
  7. Majind says:
    Froggie went a-courtin' and he did ride, ah [G7]hah. [C]Froggie went a-courtin' and he did ride, A [F]sword and a pistol by his side, ah [C]hah, ah [G7]hah, ah [C]hah.
  8. Tojakasa says:
    D A7 Froggie went a - courtin and he did ride, a - huh. D Froggie went a - courtin and he did ride, G D A7 D Sword and pistol by his side, a -huh, a - huh, fare the well. (Same format) Well he rode down to Miss Mouse?s door Where he had often been before He took Miss .
  9. Akijora says:
    Frog Went A Courtin Originally from Scotland, “Frog Went A Courtin” is now a very popular American folk-song and nursery rhyme. The rhyme first appeared in titled “The frog came to the myl dur” (Scots language) in Wedderburn’s Complaynt of Scotland. The song was first recorded by Thomas Ravenscroft in

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