«Minnie The Moocher»

(Cab Calloway & Irving Mills)


Folks, here's a story about Minnie the Moocher
She was a red hot hoochie-koocher
She was the roughest, toughest frail
but Minnie had a heart as big as a wha-a-le

Hidee-Hidee-Hidee-hi
Hidee-Hidee-Hidee-hi
Hodee-hodee-hodee-ho
Hodee-hodee-hodee-ho
Heedey-hee-dee-hee-dee hee
Heedey-hee-dee-hee-dee hee
Hidee-hidee-hidee-ho
Hidee-hidee-hidee-ho

She messed around with a bloke named Smoky
She loved him though he was cokey
He took her down to Chinatown
Where he showed her how to kick the gong around

Hidee-Hidee-Hidee-hi
Hidee-Hidee-Hidee-hi
Wooooooh
Wooooooh
Heedey-hee-dee-hee-dee hee
Heedey-hee-dee-hee-dee hee
Hidee-hidee-hidee-ho
Hidee-hidee-hidee-ho

She had a dream that the King of Sweden
He gave her things that she was needin?
He built her a house of gold and steel
A diamond car with platinum wheels

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hidee-hidee-hidee-hidee-hidee-hidee-hi
hodee-hodee-hodee-hodee-hodee-hodee-ho
hodee-hodee-hodee-hodee-hodee-hodee-ho
scoodley-woo-scoodley-woo-scoodley-woodley-woodley-woo
scoodley-woo-scoodley-woo-scoodley-woodley-woodley-woo
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he gave her his townhouse and his racing horses
Each meal she ate was a dozen courses
She had a million dollars worth of nickels and dimes
she sat around and counted them all a million times

Hidee-Hidee-Hidee-hi
Hidee-Hidee-Hidee-hi
Hodee-hodee-hodee-ho
Hodee-hodee-hodee-ho
Heedey-hee-dee-hee-dee hee
Heedey-hee-dee-hee-dee hee
Hidee-hidee-hidee-ho
Hidee-hidee-hidee-ho

Poor Min, Poor Min, Poor Min.
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