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The Geezinslaws - Copenhagen mp3 track

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Performer: The Geezinslaws
Title: Copenhagen
Country: US
Released: 1992
Style: Country
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.3 ✦
Other format: MP2 AUD TTA RA MMF MPC MP1

Tracklist

1 Copenhagen 2:49

Notes

From the 'Feelin Good, Gittin' Up, Gittin' Down' release.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SOR-451 The Geezinslaws Copenhagen ‎(Cass, Single) Step One Records SOR-451 US Unknown

Album Feelin' Good, Gittin' Up, Gittin' Down. Well I went out last Sunday with my little Mary Ann She says, "Please stay 'til Monday," and she grabbed me by the can She laid a big 'un on me, surprised me with her tongue But her surprise was waiting there between my cheek and gum. Copenhagen, what a wad of flavor Copenhagen, you can see it in my smile Copenhagen, do yourself a favor Chew Copenhagen, drive them purty girls wild

An Austin, Texas-based country music comedy duo consisting of Sammy Allred and Dewayne "Son" Smith, also known as The Geezinslaw Brothers.

Album · 2005 · 23 Songs. 2005 The Geezinslaws. More By The Geezinslaws. See All. The Geezinslaws.

The Geezinslaw Brothers, also known as The Geezinslaws, was an Austin, Texas-based country music comedy duo consisting of Sammy Allred and Dewayne "Son" Smith. They performed for more than 50 years and released numerous recordings over a 40+ year span from 1963 to 2005. The group started as The Geezinslaw Brothers in the 1950s. They once opened for Elvis Presley and were regulars on the Louisiana Hayride radio show.

About The Geezinslaws. Country comedy duo who specialize in send-ups of country music. Together since the early 1960s, they had their first hit in the '90s with "Help, I'm White and I Can't Get Down" a parody of country music and rap that abounded with slightly crude cultural stereotypes. Cledus T. Judd, The Smothers Brothers.

In addition to a frenetic take on "Over the Rainbow" and the tongue-in-cheek "Hank Williams Led a Happy Life," the Geezinslaws offer more straightforward covers of ace songwriters John Prine ("Fryin' Pan") and Robert Earl Keen, Jr. ("Swervin' in My Lane").