8 thoughts on “ The Old Dope Peddler ”

  1. "The Old Dope Peddler" is a satirical song by Tom untacquecrensubtde.pomentgarlicahouwitisukenjacob.co was on Lehrer's first album Songs by Tom Lehrer from , and a new live recording on Tom Lehrer Revisited in The song is a parody of a popular tune well known at the time titled "The Old Lamp-Lighter" by Charles Tobias and Nat Simon, a hit first for Kay Kyser in , and continued to have popular new recordings to
  2. “The Old Dope Peddler” is a satirical song by Tom Lehrer. It was on Lehrer’s first album, Songs by Tom Lehrer from , and a new live recording recording on Tom Lehrer Revisited in
  3. Lyrics to 'The Old Dope Peddler' by Tom Lehrer. (Introduction, only on live album „Tom Lehrer revisited“, spoken:) You are no doubt familiar with songs about the old lamplighter and the old umbrella man and the old garbage collector and all these lovable old characters who go around spreading sweetness and light to their respective communities.
  4. rows · Watch the video for The Old Dope Peddler from Tom Lehrer's Songs & More Songs by .
  5. Aug 14,  · Dope Peddler Lyrics: Every evening you will find him around our neighborhood / It's the old dope peddler doing well by doing good / (Shawty get .
  6. [Sample: "The Old Dope Peddler" by Tom Lehrer] Every evening you will find him Around our neighborhood. It's the old dope peddler That we know by doing good [Hook] Started off with a OZ End up riding fo' deep Pull up to that club like Mothafucka ho you don't know me I said I pull up to that club like Mothafucka ho you don't know me Started off.
  7. This new songbook, with old favorites unavailable for years as well as never-published songs, is the most comprehensive ever assembled. It contains the words, tunes, piano accompaniments, and guitar chords for these thirty-four classics: The Irish Ballad Fight Fiercely, Harvard! Be Prepared The Old Dope Peddler The Wild West Is Where I Want to BeReviews:
  8. It’s more than fifty years since Tom Lehrer wrote his wonderfully transgressive songs. One of my favourites, sung by us spotty teenage boys to irritate masters on school bus journeys to cricket matches, was ‘The Old Dope Peddler’. It celebrated the life of the drug dealer, who was ‘doing well by .

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