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I Faw Down & Go Boom
Annette Hanshaw - I Faw' Down and Go Boom (1930)03:04

Annette Hanshaw - I Faw' Down and Go Boom (1930)


I Faw Down & Go Boom

I Faw Down & Go Boom

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I Faw Down & Go Boom was a song performed by Annette Hanshaw in 1930.










I Faw Down & Go Boom (Lyrics)Edit

Lyrics:

Some kids say that the world today

Is all upside down

Sometimes they're smiling

Sometimes they frown

My heart felt soul for the kid next door when I heard him cry

Here's what he told me when I asked him why

I played horsey down the street

With my broom, down the street

When somebody moved the street

I faw down an' go boom

I got right up on my horse

You see the broom of course, was my horse

When somebody moved my horse

I faw down an' go boom

I cried and cried and ran home to Ma

It's alright now

But, gee how that certain place was hurtin

Mother put me straight to bed, straight to bed

Ooooh, my head

In my dreams they moved the bed

I faw down an' go boom

London Bridge is far away

But I went there one day

War is underneath all day

I fall down there

*Instrumental

I was learning how to dance

How to dance, 'n how two prance

To kick high I took a chance

I faw down an' go boom

Then I danced upon my toes

On my toes

Goodness knows

When the floor struck my poor nose

I faw down an' go boom

I tried and tried to hide all my cries

Then laughed and laughed

I shook my shoulder and grew bolder

When I tried to do the splits

Do the splits

And make a hit

Something started in to rip

I faw down 'n go...

I faw down n' go boom!

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