Written-By – Lippman, Dee. B. Rubberlegs (The Knock-Kneed Monkey).
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Gayla Rienette Peevey (born March 8, 1943) is a former singer and child star from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Her family moved to Ponca City, Oklahoma, in 1948. She is best known for her recording, under her maiden name Gayla Peevey, of "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas" (Columbia 4-40106, 1953) YouTube Encyclopedic. 77 Santas/Rubberlegs (The Knock-Kneed Monkey).
gayla peevey, gayla peevey biography Gayla Rienette Peevey born March 8, 1943 is a former singer and child star from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Her family moved to Ponca City, Oklahoma, in 1948 She is best known for her recording, under her maiden name Gayla Peevey, of "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas" Columbia 4-40106, 1953 Peevey recorded the novelty song when she. was 10 years old. In 1960, under the name Jamie Horton, she had a minor hit with the song "Robot Man", a Connie Francis cover. 2 In popular culture. Alternative-rock band Ween released a reworking of "Are My Ears On Straight" titled "I'm Dancing in the Show Tonight" on their 1997 album The Mollusk. In addition to being a singer, Henderson is also a songwriter, penning several of her Joy Records New York singles, including My Little Marine, Just Say So, We're Through – We're Finished, When It Comes To Love, Yes, I'll Be Your Girl and Dear Jane. Singles as Gayla Peevey on Columbia Records. 77 Santas/Rubberlegs The Knock-Kneed Monkey.
Artist: Gayla Peevey Duration: 02:44 File type: mp. Gayla Peevey 77 Santas. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Gayla Peevey Angel In The Christmas Play. Gayla Peevey The Night I Ran Away.
Singer: Gayla Peevey. Title: 77 Santas, Rubberlegs (The Knock-Kneed Monkey). Written-By – Lippman, Dee. Conductor – Paul Weston. Orchestra – Paul Weston & His Orch.
Gayla Peevey 77 Santas 'cause I see Santa Clauses everywhere I go. Seventy-seven Santas I counted yesterday. Thin ones, tall ones, fat ones, small ones Beards of white and grey. Seventy-seven Santas all held me on their knee. Bet I'll get a lot of sleds if each brings one to me. Why did I write the North Pole? They're right here in town. I hope our chimily won't get broke when they all start coming dow-ow-ow-own
Artist: Gayla Peevey, Song: Seventy Seven Santas, Duration: 2:44, File type: mp3. №192286955. Gayla Peevey Got a Cold in the Node for Christmas. Gayla Peevey I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas (Hippo the Hero).
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