Better make it two. The publisher was F. I also have the 78 of the song, from about , as sung by Frank Crumit. Please put me in touch with the person who wrote the notes at the end of your lyrics. I am not a dealer,just someone who is interested in "old time" music.
Their signature song was Hot Nuts. Regardless, the Hot Nuts played a role in the later popularity of rhythm and blues with white college audiences. Their first album had a picture of the band on the cover, with Doug Clark " flipping the bird " to the audience.
A short reprise of it is heard at the end of the film where Donald escapes and destroys the Toy Bull to bring in the fireworks, ending the film. A shortened version of the song serves as the theme song for the television series Legend of the Three Caballeros. Panchito: We're three caballeros Three gay caballeros They say we are birds of a feather We're happy amigos No matter where he goes The one, two, and three goes We're always together We're three happy chappies With snappy serapes You'll find us beneath our sombreros We're brave and we'll stay so We're bright as a peso Donald: Who says so? Panchito: Oh, yes! I don't know All: Ah!