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BBGoo DND Dice Retro Gold Dnd Metal Dice include Dice Bag for Dungeons And Dragons Rpg Board Games D4 D6 D8 D10(0-9, 00-90) D12 D20

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In The Simpsons episode " Lisa's Sax", in Bart's kindergarten days, he sang Bingo misplacing the claps, "B-I- (clap)-(clap)-O!" The song was also in " There's No Disgrace Like Home", in a vision Homer had about his family being hell-ish and another family, who sang the song, being heavenly. The song is also played during the closing credits of this episode. A Sesame Street animated video (in the "Furry Friends Forever" web series) featured Elmo and his pet dog Tango. In this version of the song, "farmer" was replaced with "monster" and "Bingo" was replaced with "Tango."

File is collection of records or is a place on hard disk, where data is stored permanently. Operations on files The presence of the song in the United States was noted by Robert M. Charlton in 1842. [7] English folklorist Alice Bertha Gomme recorded eight forms in 1894. Highly-differing versions were recorded in Monton, Shropshire, Liphook and Wakefield, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire and Enborne. All of these versions were associated with children's games, the rules differing by locality. [8] Early versions of "Bingo" were also noted as adult drinking songs. [9] Highfill, Philip H., Kalman A. Burnim, Edward A. Langhans, "Swords, William", in A Biographical Dictionary of Actors (1991), vol. 14, p. 355. A similar transcription exists from 1840, as part of The Ingoldsby Legends, the transcribing of which is credited in part to a "Mr. Simpkinson from Bath" (a parody version of the antiquary John Britton). This version drops several of the repeated lines found in the 1785 version and the transcription uses more archaic spelling and the first lines read "A franklyn's dogge" rather than "The farmer's dog." [5] A version similar to the Ingoldsby one (with some spelling variations) was also noted from 1888. [6] Gomme, Alice Bertha (1894). The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland: With Tunes, Singing-rhymes, and Methods of Playing According to the Variants Extant and Recorded in Different Parts of the Kingdom. Vol.1.Gilchrist A. G., Lucy E. Broadwood, Frank Kidson. (1915.) "Songs Connected with Customs". Journal of the Folk-Song Society 5(19):204–220, p. 216–220. This stanza is placed before or substituted for the stanza starting with "And is this not a sweet little song?" n.a. (1785). The Humming Bird: Or, a Compleat Collection of the Most Esteemed Songs. Containing Above Fourteen Hundred of the Most Celebrated English, Scotch, and Irish Songs. London and Canterbury: Simmons and Kirkby, and J. Johnson. p. 399.

Marchant, W. T. (1888). In praise of ale: or, Songs, ballads, epigrams, & anecdotes relating to beer, malt, and hops; with some curious particulars concerning ale-wives and brewers, drinking-clubs and customs. G. Redway. p. 412. Fox, Dan (2008). World's Greatest Children's Songs. ISBN 978-0-7390-5206-8. Archived from the original on 2023-02-14 . Retrieved 2020-11-14. , p. 17. The earliest reference to any form of the song is from the title of a piece of sheet music published in 1780, which attributed the song to William Swords, an actor at the Haymarket Theatre of London. [2] [3] Early versions of the song were variously titled "The Farmer's Dog Leapt o'er the Stile", "A Franklyn's Dogge", or "Little Bingo". When the above program is executed, it produces the following result − enter the text.press cntrl Z:

Come Landlord Fill The Flowing Bowl by The Allegro Records Choir". YouTube. Archived from the original on 2021-12-22 . Retrieved 19 October 2021. Though the first line is ungrammatical in standard English, using an apo koinou construction, it is nearly always sung with the lyrics as stated.



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