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Bombalurina

England-born children’s television presenter Timmy Mallett enjoyed an improbable UK #1 1 in the summertime of 1990 when Bombalurina documented an asinine version of ‘Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellowish Polkadot Bikini’. Replete with unneeded vocal interludes (many ‘aah yeah’s), it had been accompanied by the forget about appealing cover edition of ‘Seven GIRLS Sitting In THE TRUNK Chair’. This peaked at quantity 18 in November 1990, and preceded the discharge of the debut recording, Huggin’ And A Kissin’. An appalling assortment of novelty tunes such as for example ‘Hoots Mon’, ‘She Taught Me HOW EXACTLY TO Yodel’ and ‘They’re ARRIVING AT Take Me Aside, Ha-Haaa!’, thankfully, it had been the final that was heard about Bombalurina, and Timmy Mallett returned to his profession being a presenter.

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