Medley of the Old Timers (After the Ball) Daisy Bell, Sweet Rosie OGrady

Daisy Bell. “Daisy Bell”, also known as “Bicycle Built for Two” is a popular folksong written in by Harry Dacre. The song’s lyrics most likely refer to the Countess of Warwick, Daisy Greville, one of King Edward VII. Daisy Bell is one of the most covered songs, having been covered by artists like Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Alvin.

The Daisy song is a sweet little ode to the love of a man’s life, and while he can’t afford a carriage, she’ll look sweet on a bicycle built for two! There is a flower within my heart, Daisy, Daisy, Planted one day by a glancing dart, Planted by Daisy Bell. Whether she loves me or loves me not.

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 · Uploaded on . One of the few waltzes I can really get behind. Not only does it actually sound nice, but it's pretty famous. I'm honestly surprised there aren't more transcriptions of it on here. harry dacre s waltz song public domain. Daisy Bell ().

Chorus. Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do! I'm half crazy, all for the love of you! It won't be a stylish marriage-I can't afford a carriage- But you'll look sweet on the seat of a bicycle built for two. We will go "tandem" as man and wife, Daisy, Daisy! "Ped'ling" away down the road of life, I and my Daisy Bell! When the road's dark we can.

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2 Replies to “Medley of the Old Timers (After the Ball) Daisy Bell, Sweet Rosie OGrady”

  1. Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDSMedley: Together / Let Me Call You Sweetheart / Daisy Bell / Three O'Clock in the Morning / After the Ball · Cliff Adams Singer.

  2. "Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)" is a popular song, written in by Harry Dacre, with the well-known chorus "Daisy, Daisy / Give me your answer, do. / I'm half crazy / all for the love of you", ending with the words "a bicycle built for two". The song is said to have been inspired by Daisy Greville, one of the many mistresses of King Edward VII. It is the earliest song sung using.

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