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The Twelve Gifts Of ChristmasYou Went The Wrong Way Old King LouieEight Foot Two Solid BlueWont You Come Home DisraeliYou Need An AnalystThat Old Back ScratcherYour Mothers Here To StayYoure Getting To Be A Rabbit With MeNight And Day (With Punctuation Marks)SkinWhen I Was A LadWestchester HadassahTurn Back The ClockThere's No Governor Like Our New GovernorThe Painless Dentist SongThe Lets All Call Up Att And Protest To The President MarchThe Laarge Daark Aardvark SongThe Dropouts MarchThe Drinking Man's DietThe Bronx Bird WatcherMy Son, The VampireSarah JackmanThe Streets Of MiamiJump Down, Spin Around (pick A Dress O'cotton)Seltzer BoyThe Ballad Of Harry LewisShake Hands With Your Uncle MaxSir Greenbaum's MadrigalOh BoyDowntownMy ZeldaOne Hippopotami - Live VersionBye Bye BlumbergDown The DrainPeyton Place, USATogethernessGo To Sleep, Paul Revere!Call MeI See Bones - Live VersionAutomation - Live Version12 Days Of XmasStrange Things In My SoupHarvey And SheilaHeadachesHello Muddah Hello FadduhHeres To The CrabgrassHoliday For StatesHungarian Goulash No 5I Cant DanceIf I Were A TishmanHail To Thee Fat PersonGrow, Mrs. GoldfarbAmericas A Nice Italian NameAn Average SongAutomationBarry Is The Babys NameBeautiful TeamstersChim Chim ChereeGood AdviceGreen StampsIt's A Most Unusual PlayJ C CohenPop Hates The BeatlesRat FinkRide Of Paul RevereSecret CodeShine On Harvey BloomShticks Of One Kind And Half A Dozen Of The OtherSignsSpanish FleaPlan AheadPillsKiss Of MyerLittle ButterballLotsa Luck
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Related Information for Allan Sherman Allan Sherman was a pioneer of the comedy-rock scene. Although not much to look at, the overweight, balding, short, Jewish man gained popularity and became quite the star because of his witty infusion of satirical comedy into very well orchestrated renditions of classic tunes and songs. A song would usually have a lyric, perhaps a name or phrase, that has very little to do with what the original song was about, but the words would sound similar. His albums had nothing to hide, either,.. read more