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Thanks for the memories ! was hoping to find a certain song part of it goes "I went a fishin and a caught a smelt ,I put it on the stove and the durn thing smelt ,of all the smelts that I ever smelt ,I never smelt a smelt like that smelt ,smelt ,there's a lot more to it but that's all I can think of. I was a small kid and it's funny how songs stay in your head...Would love to know who sang it. I saw it on TV and heard it on the radio late 50's or 60's .If you know or have an Iea where I might be able to find out I'd appreciate it . Thanks in advance ,and Merry Christmas!!! :D :D

Admin reply: You may be thinking of the song by Homer & Jethro titled 'Tennessee. Tennessee," a parody of the song "A Thousand Miles From Here." The lyrics from the parody is as follows:

1. Ladies an' gentlemen, we're gonna sing a song.
The song we'll sing won't take us long.
So don't get offended; take no offense,
'Cause the singer that's a-singin' it hasn't any sense.
Tennessee, Tennessee, a thousand miles from here.

2. I once't had a gal down in Tennessee,
An' she had a face like a chimpanzee.
She had a wart on the end of her chin.
She said it was a dimple, but a dimple turns in.
Tennessee, Tennessee, a thousand miles from here.

3. I've got a dog; he's as thin as a rail,
An' he's got fleas all over his tail,
An' ever' time that his tail goes flop,
The fleas on the bottom all hop on top.
Tennessee, Tennessee, a thousand miles from here.

4. A girl named Murray, she had a tooth pulled.
A tack was on the chair.
Murray jumped up an' hollered, "Whoo!
Does the roots go way down there?"
Tennessee, Tennessee, a thousand miles from here.

5. Grandpa had a set o' false teeth.
He took 'em out one day last week.
He put 'em on the seat as he drove to town.
He bit hisself an' now he can't sit down.
Tennessee, Tennessee, a thousand miles from here.

6. Well, I went out a-fishin' an' I caught a smelt.
I put it on the stove an' the dern thing smelt.
Of all of the smelts I ever smelt,
I never smelt a smelt like that smelt smelt.
Tennessee, Tennessee, a thousand miles from here.

Carl


Added: December 21, 2014
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Thanks for the memories

Admin reply: You are welcome Kevin.

Carl


Added: December 20, 2014
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I miss the summers of love

Admin reply: Definitely a different time than today. Thanks for stopping by Tom.

Carl


Added: December 17, 2014
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:!cry: I missed the 60's by 3 years (born 1972) sniff! Now I am trying to soak up as much info about that era as I can possibly manage. I love the 60;s! It seems like people were more positive, fun, carefree! I discovered the 60's when I was 15, and I was fascinated by it. Now I want to learn more. I love your site! Never stop doing what you are doing! :)

Admin reply: Thank you Brittany for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.

Carl


Added: December 16, 2014
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Grew up in the 60's and was amazed when I found this site. Went to your pumpkin fest a couple of times. I sure wish we could convince kids today what we didn't have back then that they have now and I really bet how much happier we were than they are today.

Admin reply: Thank you Ed for your thoughts and for visiting The 60s Official Site.

Carl


Added: December 15, 2014
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Were you my neighbor? That is exactly how we lived. We made it though. I am so thankful I was raised during this time. I learned so much and value life in every aspect. Thank You for reminding me of my wonderful childhood.

God bless

Cindy :o

Admin reply: You are welcome Cindy and thank you for visiting The 60s Official Site.

Carl


Added: December 12, 2014
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Hi Carl,

It's funny, it feel like 19?? to me but the year 2015 is almost here, my how time fly's

May the magic of Christmas brighten up your holidays and the New Year is kind to you.

Drew :!time:

Admin reply: Thank you Drew and Merry Christmas to you.

Carl


Added: December 10, 2014
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Great site!!!

Admin reply: Thanks you Rich.

Carl


Added: December 10, 2014
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Thanks for the memories of one of the greatest era's of all time. Hail Hail, Rock & Roll.

Admin reply: You are welcome Bob and thanks for visiting The 60s Official Site.

Carl


Added: December 9, 2014
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I was there - I lived it! :) :) :

Admin reply: Thank you for stopping by Don.

Carl


Added: December 8, 2014
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