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When the Saints Go Marching In

When the Saints Go Marching In lyrics – as performed in The Five Pennies, performed by Louis Armstrong and Danny Kaye, special lyrics by Sylvia Fine

Oh when the saints
When the saints
Go marching in

Go marching in
When the saints go marching in
I wanna be in that number
Oh when the saints go marching in

And when the saints (when the saints)
Go marching in (go marching in)
Who’s gonna play on the band when they go marching in
By the way, I’ll explain that now
The mostest and the greatest
From the oldest to the latest
Gonna play in the band, in the great brass band
When the saints go marching in

Louie what about Brown, he laid no bone
And Chopin, a solid man
And Bach that great old masser,
Yeah that great old masser was a gasser
moos of the moos with all he had
with the symphonies and operas and all that jazz
when the saints go marching in.

Do you think right Rachmoninoff, on and off
Rimsky? of Korsakov
Ravel and Gustav Mahler, yeah but don’t forget Fats Waller, I wouldn’t do that
Liszt has a twist that you can’t resist, yeah yeah put Liszt on that list
When the saints go marching in.

When the saints go marching in
When the saints go marching in
I wanna be in that number oh
When the saints go marching in

Les sens sans, sens sans troupe
And George Bizet, tres tres bizet
You tans soupet machenet and all through bob
do you digging john, very often
well Frere Jacques Frere Jacques
I dig you Jacques i dig you Jacques
massenez en easy, massenez en easy

How about Wagner? Devout!
And Haydn? Who?, Joseph Haydn, Who? Haydn! Well, let him come out. Pascinini? What’s in it? hatchootorian, Gesundheit, thank you
Now what’s his name? Mr. bidelisat and you know that cat? scibbedidiado
babbadiddadiididoo blablablabla

Too high and too loud

bibbidado…
The saints go marching in

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