Forms Of The Name "Billie Jean" In "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" Rhymes (2022)

Edited by Azizi Powell

Latest Revision November 9, 2019

This pancocojams post presents comments about and text examples of versions of the rhyme "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" that include references to Pop singer/composer Michael Jackson and the name "Billie Jean" or folk etymology forms of the name "Billie Jean". Folk etymology is "a change in the spelling or pronunciation of a word or phrase or the replacement of an unfamiliar word or phrase with a more familiar word phrase or sound. Folk etymology occurs because of mishearing, misremembering, or a mistaken assumption about that word or phrase.

The content of this post is presented for folkloric, and recreational purposes.

All copyrights remain with their owners.

Thanks to Michael Jackson for his musical legacy. Thanks to all those whose examples of this rhyme are included in this post. Thanks also to the publisher of this video on YouTube.

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GENERAL OVERVIEW
"Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" (or similar names) is a very large family of playground rhymes that are very widely known in the United States. The rhyme is either played as a (usually two person) hand clap game or as a mildly competitive, group hand slapping game. The hand clapping game is usually played by children while the hand slapping version of this rhyme is often played by adults as well as children.

A number of "Michael Jackson" versions of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" allude to the incident in 1984 when Michael Jackson's hair accidently caught on fire during the filming of a Pepsi Cola commercial. However, my sense is that few children who recite those rhymes are aware that those rhymes are based on an actual historical event. Furthermore, most of these "long versions" of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" document the 1980s cola wars between Pepsi Cola and Coca Cola products. Click http://www.businessinsider.com/soda-wars-coca-cola-pepsi-history-infographic-2011-11?op=1 to read about what is known as "the cola wars".

(Video) Armani White - BILLIE EILISH. (Official Video)

Some "Michael Jackson" versions of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" include a reference to "Billie Jean" or a folk etymology form of that name. Others examples do not. Here's an example of a Michael Jackson version of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" which doesn't include any reference to "Billie Jean":

Down by the river with the hanky bankys
Where the bullfrogs jump from bank to banky
say an
epp
opp
epp
bop
bop
Skittle dittle curly pop
I pledge allegence to the flag
That Micheal jackson makes me gag
Diet Pepsi came to town
Coca-Cola pushed him down
Orange soda picked him up
Now I'm drinking 7 up
7up caught the flu
Now I'm drinking Moutain Dew
Moutain Dew fell off the moutain
Now I'm drinking from a fountian
Foutain Broke
Now I'm drinking plain old Coke
-Guest; http://www.mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=940347/15/2007 "Origins: Down by the Banks of the Hanky Panky", July 15, 2007

Some examples of "Michael Jackson versions" of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" include homophobic language or homophobic references. However, the examples featured in this post don't contain such language.

To date, I've not found any examples of Michael Jackson versions of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" in books of children's playground rhymes. I've also not found examples of these rhymes as YouTube videos. However, examples of Michael Jackson versions of "DBTBHP" rhymes are included in a number of viewer comment sections of YouTube videos of some short versions of that playground rhyme. Besides those YouTube viewer comment threads, to date, I've not found examples of Michael Jackson versions of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" elsewhere on the internet except for pages of my [no longer active] cocojams website, and on the Mudcat folk forum discussion thread about "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" that I started in 2006.

In Michael Jackson's record "Billie Jean", the name "Billie Jean" is a female's first name. That name is made up of two female personal names. A personal name that is made up of two independent names is called a "double name". The double name "Billie Jean" is mostly associated with the American South. However, people throughout the United States are much more familiar with the other female double names such as "Mary Ann", "Mary Jane", and "Mary Beth".

I believe that a major reason why the name "Billie Jean" is so often "folk etymologized" in "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" rhymes is that the name "Billy" is considered a male name, even if it is spelled "Billie" and is combined with the female name "Jean". Another reason the name "Billie Jean" is folk processed is that the word "jeans" is most often used by Americans as a referent for a style of pants worn by females and males (i.e. "blue jeans" and "levi jeans"). The association of the word "jean" with the clothing attire "jeans" can result in that word being misunderstood, particularly if that rhyme is heard and not read. (Prior to the internet, most examples of playground rhymes that children actually chant other weren't written down.)

As found in some examples below, a relatively common folk etymology version of the name "Billie Jean" is "jelly bean". That folk etymology opened up even more possibilities for this rhyme.

It should be noted that since the death of Michael Jackson in June 2009 some examples of these long forms of DBTBHP no longer refer to Michael Jackson but instead refer to another singer who some fans aren't fond of such as Lady Gaga & Miley Cyrus. Read two examples of those rhymes in the comment section below. Also, some examples of this rhyme that refer to Michael Jackson include "RIP" meaning "Rest In Peace" in parenthesis after that deceased Pop singers's name.

(Video) Armani White - BILLIE EILISH (Lyrics) I’m stylish, glock tucked, big t shirt, Billie Eilish

Also, what I refer to as "Michael Jackson" versions of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" [DBTBHP] are examples which include a reference to pop singer Michael Jackson or a reference to another celebrity (such as "Michael Jordan") whose name probably inadvertently substitutes for Michael Jackson. Read an example of one of those rhymes in the comment section below.
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Click these links to find additional examples of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky":
http://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2012/05/song-sources-for-down-by-banks-of-hanky.html "Song Sources For Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky"

http://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2015/02/down-by-banks-of-hanky-panky-video.html "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" (video & different text examples)

and
http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=94034 "Origin of Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky"

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VIDEO OF MICHAEL JACKSON'S SONG "BILLIE JEAN"

Michael Jackson - Billie Jean

michaeljacksonVEVO, Uploaded on Oct 2, 2009

Music video by Michael Jackson performing Billie Jean. © 1982 MJJ Productions Inc.

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SELECTED RHYME EXAMPLES
These ten examples are presented in chronological order based on their posting dates with the oldest examples given first. The line that includes the name "Billie Jean" or a folk etymology form of "Billie Jean" is given in italics to highlight it and not because that line is emphasized during the chant.

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Example #1
Down by the river near the hankey pank
where the bullfrogs jump from bank, to bank,
and they say E I O U,
your momma stinks and so do you
so ping pong ding dong
your daddy smells like king kong.
Ask your teacher what she wears,
polka dotted underwear.
Not too big and not too small,
just the size of city hall.
Michael Jackson went to town,
coca-cola brought him down.
Coca-cola brought him up,
now he's drinking 7up.
7up with no cafiene, now he's seein' belgain (pronounced beligene).
Belgain is outta sight
,
now we're talking dynamite.
10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, BAM!
-Veggie; http://www.cocojams.com/content/handclap-jump-rope-and-elastics-rhymes August 21, 2006

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Example #2
I learned this and forgot most of it (not complete! but it goes sort of like this....

Down by the bay in beverly hills
where the bull frog jumps from bank to banky
and the heeps hops, coffee shops,
we all drink mochas and we wear flip flops
(faster)
I pledge allegence to the flag
Michal jackson makes me gag
coca cola has cafeine and now we're talking billy jean
billy jean when out of style now lets sit and talk a while

diddy diddy donkey
daddy had a donkey
donkey died, daddy cried
diddy diddy donkey!
theres a party round the corner wont you please please come
bring your own cappuchinos and your own chewing gum
what is your boy friends name?______ (whoever the clap lands on has to come up with a name)

_______ will be there blowing kisses in the air saying I love ______ (who ever came up with the name) saying I love_____ saying O U T spells you are out!
OR
______will be there blowing kissed in the air singin' I... Love...Ma..Ma...Mia, singin' I love ma...ma...mia singin' O U T spells you are out!
-Guest,mooseormeece?, http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=94034 [hereafter given as Mudcat: Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky, May 21, 2008]

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Example #3
downon by the river side hanky panky
were the bullfrogs jump from bank
saying a-e-i-o-u bamboo
a-e-i-o-u bamboo
michel jakson came to town
coca cola shot hem down
dr.pepper fixed him
up now were talking 7-up
7-up has no cafene
now were talking bilajean
bilajean has no caffeine

no caffene no caffeine
1234 shut the door enless u ant to here more
-Guest, maeson A., Mudcat: Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky, June 27, 2008

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Example #4
Down by the river with the hank to pank
where the bullfrog jumped from bank to bank
saying eeps ipes opes oops
chilly willy ding dong
i pledge allegiance to the flag
michael jackson sings so bad
coca cola roots me up
now we're talkin 7Up
7Up has no caffine
now we're talkin billy gene
billy gene whent outta sight

now we're talkin bobby white
bobby white went out of town
riding on a rocket
stuck a feather in his hat
and called it hershey's chocolate"
-Guest, Deana Ashley :); http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=81350 "I’m Rubber; You’re Glue", August 24, 2008
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"out of sight" = a 1960s African American originated vernacular phrase that meant "exceptional". However, in these "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" rhymes "out of sight" is almost always given its literal meaning of "someone or something that people are unable to see".

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Example #5
Down by the bank by the hanky pank
where the bullfrog jumped from bank to bank
singing eeeps ops ohps ooops
listen to the rythym of the ding dang dong
michael jackson went to town
pepsi cola shot him down
dr. pepper fixed him up
now we're talking 7up
7up has no caffiene
now we're billie jean
billie jean went down the street singing
dooo waaah diddy didy dum diddy dooo
-Guest; Mudcat: Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky Rhymes; November 6, 2009

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Example #6
Down by the bank of the hanky panky,
Where the bullfrogs jump from bank to banky,
To the Hip Hop Shirley Pop,
I pledge allegience to the flag,
of Michael Jackson makes me gag,
Coca-Cola burnt his butt,
Now he's drinking Seven-Up
Seven-Up has no caffeine,
So Now he's drinking Jelly Bean
Jelly Bean is out of sight,

So Now he's drinking Sprite
Spell it!
S-P-R-I-T-E!
-Guest, Madison from Metro Detroit, Michigan; Mudcat: Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky Rhymes; March 31, 2010

(Video) Billie Eilish - Therefore I Am (Lyrics)

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Example #7
mine goes like:down by the banks of hanky tank
were the bullfrogs jump from bank to bank
saying eeps ipes opes ums
skiddle diddle dong
my brother smells like king kong
pledge allegiance to the flag
micheal jackson is a rat
coca cola blew up
now im drinking 7up
7up has got caffeine
no im drinking billy jean
billy jean is out of sigh

now im drinking sunny light
say 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
your out
-MegaGirlzation, http://www.youtube.com/all_comments?v=O2CSWmfiNKM; 2010
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"no" is probably a typo for the word "now".
"out of sigh" is a folk etymology form of the phrase "out of sight".
"your" = "you are"

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Example #8
down by the banks of the hanky panks
fe fi fo fom me say ding dang dong
i pledge allegiance to the flag
Michel Jackson makes me gag
cocola fizes up
now i am talking 7up
7up has no caffeine now
i am talking jelly bean
jellybean is outa sight

now i im talking dynamite
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 boom
and who ever boom land on is out
-Kissyxblythe; http://www.youtube.com/all_comments?v=iqhvCN0Uvfk, 2011

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Example #9
Down by the banks of the hanky pank,
where the bullfrogs jump from bank 2 bank,
sayin eeps, ipes, opes, oops,
listen to the rhythm of the ding dang dong.
Micheal Jackson went to town,
pepsi cola shot im down
Dr Pepper fixed im up,
now were talkin 7up
7up has no caffine,
now were talkin billy jean.
billy jean was walking down the street singin,

Ooh, I diddy diddy dum diddy doo.
Lincoln, Lincoln I been thinkin.
what on earth have you been drinkin
is it whiskey is it wine
OMG its turpentine 123...9
-MufinCat123, http://www.youtube.com/all_comments?v=ZC8INeM0w5A, 2011

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Example #10
Its this:

Down by the banks of the hanky panky.
Oops i said yo booty stanky.
Oooh Ahh Skit Skat,
big fat dirty rat.
I pledge alegence to the flag.
Michael jackson is my dad.
Coca cola burning up,
now its time for 7-up.
7-up had no cafine,
now its time for Billy jean.
Billy jean went out of town riding on a pony,

stuck a feather in his head
and called it macaroni.
-uallnomecuz; http://www.youtube.com/all_comments?v=ZC8INeM0w5A, January 2012

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http://www.cocojams.com/content/down-banks-hanky-panky-rhyme-sources "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" Rhyme Sources"

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FAQs

How do you play down by the banks of the hanky panky? ›

Someone sings the song, and while it's being sung, kids pass a slap around by clapping their palm-up top hand into the next person's palm-up hand. When the song starts to end, people start to get stressed because you don't want the song to end when you have the clap.

How do you play down by the banks with two people? ›

The last person to have their hand hit is out, and the game goes on. When you have two people left, you hold right hands together (sitting face to face) and pull back and forth in a sawing motion until the end of the song. Whoever has their elbow pulled back at the end is out, and the other is the winner!

How does the Hanky Panky song go? ›

Game Instructions

Your left hand is under the right of the person left of you. You start the song, and one person hits the right hand of the person on their left, and that person does the same to the next and so on until the song is over. The last person to have their hand hit is out, and the game goes on.

How do you play Kerplop? ›

You sing the version of the song with the numbers (going from 5 to zero). The child who has the number of the verse you are singing sits down on the word “KERPLOP.” The children will think this is funny. You keep singing until there are no kids left standing. One fell in and went kerplops.

How do you play bullfrog? ›

Bullfrogs -- How to Play! - YouTube

What is the game where you sit in a circle and slap hands? ›

"Stella Ella Ola" (Stella Stella Ola), also known as "Quack Dilly Oso", is a clapping game where players stand or sit in a circle placing one hand over their neighbour's closer hand and sing the song. On every beat, a person claps their higher hand onto the touching person's palm.

How do you play Bullfrog hand game? ›

How to Play BULLFROGS! - YouTube

Who wrote Hanky Panky song? ›

Hanky Panky

What is the finger hole game? ›

The Circle Game is an activity in which one person makes a “circle” with their fingers closely resembling the “OK” hand gesture and holds it below their waist, convincing a second person to look at it. If the second person looks, they receive a punch to the shoulder.

What does Oboshinotentoten mean? ›

This is an African American hand clapping game that's played in a circle.

What are hand clapping games called? ›

Bake me a cake as fast as you can.” Patty Cake is the most classic and simple clapping game out there. Played with two people, hands are clapped in the standard criss-cross motion.

What is the hand game called? ›

A clapping game (or hand game) is a type of usually cooperative (i.e., non-competitive) game which is generally played by two players and involves clapping as a rhythmic accompaniment to a singing game or reciting of a rhyme, often nursery rhymes.

How do you play red handed? ›

How to play hot hands: - A player stands on each side of the device - Once the game starts, one player is the attacker and the other is the defender - The attacker slaps by tapping once and the defender retreats by tapping at the right time - If the defender chickens out three times, there will be a free hit granted - ...

How do you make lemonade hand clap? ›

Lemonade Crunchy Ice - YouTube

How do you play hungry frogs? ›

The frogs have a button behind them which you pop down to make them jump up to eat the balls. The balls then run down a channel which collects them in a cup/ditch at the bottom next to your frog. Really is an amazing game. The kids are really pleased.

How do you play Concentration 64? ›

Hand Clapping Games for Kids - Concentration 64 - YouTube

How do you play down by the banks? ›

Someone starts the rhyme by saying 'Down', and bringing their right hand across to hit the player on their left's hand. That player does the same action with her right hand to the next player, and it goes around the circle in time with the beat of the rhyme.

How do you play Bullfrog hand game? ›

How to Play BULLFROGS! - YouTube

What does Oboshinotentoten mean? ›

This is an African American hand clapping game that's played in a circle.

What is the game where you sit in a circle and slap hands? ›

"Stella Ella Ola" (Stella Stella Ola), also known as "Quack Dilly Oso", is a clapping game where players stand or sit in a circle placing one hand over their neighbour's closer hand and sing the song. On every beat, a person claps their higher hand onto the touching person's palm.

Who wrote Hanky Panky song? ›

Hanky Panky

What is the finger hole game? ›

The Circle Game is an activity in which one person makes a “circle” with their fingers closely resembling the “OK” hand gesture and holds it below their waist, convincing a second person to look at it. If the second person looks, they receive a punch to the shoulder.

How do you play poisonous frogs? ›

Playworks WI: Poison Dart Frog (All Grades) - YouTube

What are hand clapping games called? ›

Bake me a cake as fast as you can.” Patty Cake is the most classic and simple clapping game out there. Played with two people, hands are clapped in the standard criss-cross motion.

Edited by Azizi Powell Latest Update - September 19, 2021 This pancocojams post showcases nine examples of songs or rhymes that influence...

This pancocojams post showcases nine examples of songs or rhymes that influenced the development of the playground rhyme "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" or versions of that rhyme.. I don't mean to indicate or imply that the featured songs in this post are the only songs or the only creative works that influenced the development of the huge family of playground rhymes known as "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" (or similar first lines/titles).. Significantly, this post only includes two "frog in the well" songs, although many more of these very very old songs are important to the development of the playground rhyme "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky".. ****. SHORT FORMS AND LONG FORMS OF "DOWN BY THE BANKS OF THE HANKY PANKY" RHYMES. In analyzing "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" rhymes (including examples in this rhyme family with similar titles), I've categorized those examples as having a short form or a long form.. down by the river of the hanky banky. where the bullfrog jumps from bank to bank. say eeps oops soda pop. He missed the lilypad. And went KERPLOP!. Here's one example of the long version of "Down By The Banks...". Down by the river with the hanky bankys. Where the bullfrogs jump from bank to banky. say an. epp. opp. epp. bop. bop. Skittle dittle curly pop. I pledge allegence to the flag. That Micheal jackson makes me gag. Diet Pepsi came to town. Coca-Cola pushed him down. Orange soda picked him up. Now I'm drinking 7 up. 7up caught the flu. Now I'm drinking Moutain Dew. Moutain Dew fell off the moutain. Now I'm drinking from a fountian. Foutain Broke. Now I'm drinking plain old Coke. -Guest; http://www.mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=940347/15/2007 "Origins: Down by the Banks of the Hanky Panky", July 15, 2007. -snip-. That example is included in this pancocojams post: http://pancocojams.blogspot.com/2014/04/folk-etymology-forms-of-references-to.html Forms Of The Name "Billie Jean" In "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" Rhymes. Click https://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=76856 ; Jim Dixon, 01 Jan 05 - 03:49 PM) for the lyrics to May Irwin's rendition of "The Foolish Frog"-end of Sept. 19, 2021 addition- The example given as #3 below may have the same or similar lyrics and tune as the song that May Irwin sung, a song that is documented that she got from Black American sources.. Here are the lyrics with slight variation:. Away down yonder in Yankety Yank. A bullfrog jumped from bank to bank. Cause there wasn't nothin' else to do;. He stubbed his to and in he fell. An' de neighbors all say that he went to...well,. 'Cause he hadn't nothin' else to do.. videosMLR, Uploaded on Jul 6, 2011. -snip-. The lyrics "do wah diddy diddy dum diddy do" are found in some post 1982 versions of "Down By The Banks..." This line is particularly found when the "Coca Cola came to town" rhyme is combined with certain versions of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" that mention Michael Jackson.. The tune used for "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" rhymes* is the same as or very similar to the "The Three Little Fishies" song.. *There are a number of examples of the long form "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky rhyme" in the comment threads of YouTube videos of the short form of that rhyme.. _Norfolk, The Marine Metropolis Of Virginia_ by G. Nowitsky, 1888, includes. "He came to the banks. Of the Pasquotank,. Where the bull-frogs jump. From bank to bank....". Newman White (1892-1948) wrote in the 1920s: "From childhood I have known...:. 'Way down yonder in Pasquotank. Bull frog jumped from bank to bank". -snip-. In another Mudcat Folk Music forum comment, (guest) Joseph Scott identified himself as a blues researcher.

Edited by Azizi Powell Latest revision: March 21, 2021 This pancocojams post presents six video examples of the rhyme "Down By The Banks...

This pancocojams post presents six video examples of the rhyme "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" (or similarly sounding first line/title) and selected examples of that rhyme from those videos' viewer comment threads.. VIDEO #1: Down on the Banks of the Hanky Panky. ****. VIDEO #2: Down By the Banks of the Hanky Panky =P. ****. VIDEO #3: Down By The Banks of The Hanky Panky. ****. Addition: [Example of a hand slap version of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky"- added without song words or comments]. Example #6: Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky (videos

Edited by Azizi Powell Latest Update:   July 25, 2022 This is Part II of a two part pancocojams series which  presents a portion of the Mudc...

Please add all other comments to Part II of this series.Added July 19, 2022- Also, thanks to all the commenters who have shared "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" examples in this post's discussion thread below.. Makes me wonder how I learned the version I did.. You were out if your hand was hit on "plop", and you could avoid this by pulling your hand out.- GUEST,anonymous, 13 Aug 07. "Down by the banks of the Hanky Panky where the bull frogs jump from bank to banky.. Where the bullfrogs jump from bank to banky. They would then sing the song and try to make sure their arms weren’t crossed at the end.. I think I learned a few variations of the chant throughout elementary in the mid to late 2000s in NC, but the ones I best remember are:. As. we sang we would pass a clap around the circle by hitting the person on our. left’s hand.. Down by the river hanky pank where the bullfrogs jump from. bank to bank,Say E, I, O, UYour mama she says "soda" (this may be been. misheard)You say ding dong donkey Kong,Went to school with nothing on,Ask the teacher what she wears,Polka dotted underwear.Not too big, not too small,Just the size of Brown mall.I pledge allegiance to the flag,Michael Jackson is a drag.Coca cola pump it up,Now we're talking 7Up.7up has no caffeine,Now we're talking Billie Jean,Billie Jean is out of site,Now we're talking dynamite,Dynamite blue up the school,Now we're talking really cool.Really cool is saying you are out,O-u-t out.-GUEST,. 20 Mar 21-"TN" = Tennessee. Down by the banks of the Hanky PankyWhere the bullfrogs jump from bank to bankE I O U east side, west sidePing, pang, pong"-GUEST,. Lavender, 30 Jul 20-snip-This commenter shared several examples of this rhyme from various states.. Then we would slap on the beat from our right hand onto the person to the left's palm above ours in a circle until you were ended on in the song on the out (last word).. Where the bullfrogs jump from bank to banky. Down by the banks of the hanky panky,where the bullfrogs jumped from bank to banky,...[don't remember]...with an eeps oops opsand aKer-plop!

  Edited by Azizi Powell Latest Revision- July 25, 2022 This is Part I of a two part pancocojams series which  presents a portion of the Mud...

This pancocojams series includes every comment/example on that particular Mudcat discussion thread that includes a geographic location ( where )the commenter first chanted/performed or learned about the "Down By The Hanky Panky" rhyme.. This pancocojams compilation doesn't include any comments that makes general references to where or when the commenters first chanted/performed a "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" rhyme (such as "from summer camp" or "learned in elementary school".). I believe that the main reason why a number of guests on that folk music forum included time (year or decade) and place (city, state, and/or nation) demographic information along with their rhyme example is that they were modeling their comment after the comments of other bloggers on that discussion thread who had published that kind of demographic information.. Furthermore, examples of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky" on other Mudcat discussion threads aren't included in this compilation.. Most of these comments/examples are given "as is", but some comments are edited to exclude another rhyme or other rhymes or songs that the commenters shared in that same post unless the commenter wrote that that rhyme or rhyme was chanted right before or right after or with a version of "Down By The Banks Of The Hanky Panky".. "I was attempting to find the words to the hand game I learned when I was young, after hearing my son sing the version he learned at school.. where the bullfrogs jump from bank to bank. We would stand in a circle, hitting the next person's hands until the end of the song!- GUEST,KHall, 04 Sep 19. (you stand in a circle with one hand on top of the others and slap the next persons hand as it goes around the circle while you sing). Down by the banks of the Hanky PankyWhere the bullfrogs jump from bank to bankyWith an A, E, I, O, U (you), R (are), out!. I don't remember what game went with it.. Down by the banks of the hanky pankyWhere the bullfrogs jump from bank to bankyWith an eeps!. The game is played in a circle with everyone sitting with their palms up, left hand under and right hand over the person's next to them.

Hey, my baby does the <strong>hanky panky</strong> My baby does the <strong>hanky panky</strong> My baby does the <strong>hanky panky</strong> I saw her walking on <strong>down</strong> the line (yeah) You know I saw her for the very first time A pretty little girl standing all alone Hey baby, baby, can I take you home? I never saw her, never really saw her (oh, yeah) My baby does the <strong>hanky panky</strong>. [Verse 1] See I was raised in the CMD streets All my friends was runnin' through the rubber bands It was rough growin' up in the East We was broke but now we do the money dance 'Fore the iPhone I. <strong>Down</strong> by the <strong>Banks</strong> of the <strong>Hanky Panky</strong> is a clap game with simple instructions. Participants arrange themselves in a circle with one hand in palm up above the palm of one person on their side and the other hand palm up beneath the other person to their side’s palm. The game’s song is sang to a specific rhythm as participants clap their hand.

imp command in oracle 12c Login to Dropbox.. Bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and keep your files safe.. Down By The Hanky Panky Lyrics .. The down -by-the- hanky - panky - lyrics have 2012-09-18 17:48:27 and PT3M.. "mine goes : downbythe bay of the hankypanky where the bullfrog jumps from bank to bank saying e, i, o, u, your moma stinks and so do you so ping pong ding dong your dady smells like king kong, tell your teacher where polka dotted underwear, not too big, not too small just the size of city hall, cokacola no caffine now were talking billie.. wedding villas cyprus.. downbythe river with the hankypanky rap song.. One standard short version of this rhyme is: down by the river of the hanky banky.. Long Form: An example of the long version of this rhyme often mentions Pop music singer Michael Jackson.

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how to customize lock screen magazine oppo Hanky Pank Hanky Panky NOTES [48 words]: Pretty clearly a cut down version of "May Irwin's Frog Song (The Foolish Frog, Way Down Yonder)" -- but since it's a round, with no plot and not many lyrics , I'm filing it separately.. Down by the banks with the hanky panks where the bullfrogs jump from bank to bank saying eeps ipps opps silly willy ding dong I pledge allegiance to the flag Michael Jackson makes me ɡɑɡ Coca Cola burns me up now we’re talking 7 up 7 up has no caffeine now we’re talking Billie Jean, bilie Jean is out of sight now we’re talking dynamite, dynamite blew up the school.. Down by the banks of the Hanky Panky , Where the bull frogs jump from bank to banky, With a hip, hop, hippity, hop, Leap off a lily pad and go KERPLOP!. Down by the banks of the Hanky Panky , Where the bull frogs jump from bank to banky, With a flip, flop, flippity, flop, Leap off a lily pad and go KERPLOP!. Van Morrison Greatest Hits - The Best Of Van MorrisonFacebook: goo.gl/AxvTSRTwitter: goo.gl/1rNjMP.. metasploitable not showing ip address. crown victoria intake manifold replacement cost. Show More Videos. energex report damage courier companies looking for owner drivers

<b>The</b> second song Yennellako was released on 16 November 2019, on the occasion of the music director S. Thaman birthday, Sung by Prudhvi Chandra, S. Thaman and <b>lyrics</b> penned by Sri Mani. [25] The third song Coca <b>Cola</b> <b>Pepsi</b> mass-song was released on 4 December 2019, sung by Aditi Bhavaraju, Ramya Behara , Simha and Hanuman; its <b>lyrics</b> were written. Dec 03, 2021 · According to a translation of the <strong>lyrics</strong>, lines include the words: “I only have one thing on my mind, five grams of coke [cocaine]. 5-ounce bottles. 57 reviews for BUY Dec 04, 2018 · The Groesbeck Police Department announced on Facebook it seized about 672 grams of crack cocaine, 15 ounces of marijuana and more than ,000 in. Lana Del Rey 's 2012 song "<b>Cola</b>" may be best remembered for its opening line, "My pussy tastes like <b>Pepsi</b> <b>cola</b>," but there's another potential meaning behind the song that fans may not.

classroom of the elite react to ayanokoji fanfiction Three sailors went to Pepsi Co To see what they could Pepsi Co But all that they could Pepsi Co Was the bottom of the deep blue Pepsi Co Three sailors went to sea, sea, sea, To see what they could China But all that they could ooh-watch-ee-kah Was the bottom of the deep blue Pepsi Co [thanks to Molly] When Billy Boy was one, he learned to suck .... Mar 22, 2021 · Down by the banks with the hanky-panky Where the bullfrog jumps from bank to banky Saying eeps, ipes, opes, oops Listen to the doorbell ring I pledge allegiance to the flag Michael Jackson sucks so bad Pepsi-Cola burned his butt Now he's drinking 7-Up 7-Up is bad for you Now he's drinking Mountain Dew Mountain Dew has no caffeine.. But, here’s the truth.. Pepsi is.. (Schwartz 2020) In the Cola Wars, Pepsi outperformed Coke over and over again (Little 2019) — with more sugar and a sweeter sip.. Yet in 2021, we end up with Coke: 3, Pepsi : 0.. MFOUR.. Dec 24, 2017 · The corporate strategy is one of growth.. and purchases (i.e. KFC, Taco Bell, etc).. Pepsi - cola sucks It tastes like fucking shit flush it down the toliet and get rid of it If you drink coke then you are in luck Don't drink Pepsi - cola cause Pepsi - cola sucks Pepsi - colaPepsi - colaPepsi - cola sucks my ass Coke-a- cola Coke-a- cola Coke-a- cola rules the world Pepsi - colaPepsi - colaPepsi - cola sucks my ass Coke-a- cola Coke-a- cola Coke-a- cola rules the world Don't drink Pepsi - cola ....

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