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Saturday, November 19, 2005

Ring dinga linga linga, Ring dinga linga linga

Remember that song from the late fifties? I can't recall who sang it, a male quartet, I think. The first line went something like this

Background: Ring dinga linga linga, Ring dinga linga linga...............

Lyric: Baubles,.... bangles,..... bright shiny beads

Our dinga linga Foreign Minister is rapidly finding the connection between fifties popular songs and Shakespeare. 'All that glisters is not gold...'

For a cutting and astute review of the high farce which is the Clark/Peters Gummint, there can be no better summary than this comic opera review by Fran O'Sullivan.

Read it all and laugh. Then cry for your country and the incredible price we are being made to pay for Clark's third term.
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Posted by Adolf Fiinkensein | 11/19/2005 09:53:00 AM

1 Comments:

Blogger t selwyn said...

It's a standard - Sinatra did a good version (I think Winston's night life is based on Sinatra's Vegas era) - but I think Ray Coniff is the version you're thinking of.

11/20/2005 02:18:00 AM  

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