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The Whiffenpoof Song

2.0 / 5

Words & Music: Tod Galloway Meade Minnegerode George Pomeroy

Gentleman songsters off on a spree
Doomed from here to eternity
Lord have mercy on such as we
Baa Baa Baa

Recordingdate: 1968/10/23, first released on: Double Features (album)


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sugartummy wrote on July 15, 2013
Elvis shortest song? And which recording artist has a goat on a record? Elvis sounds great, but the "song" lacks a lot.
ElvisSacramento wrote on March 02, 2014
This is one of many songs that Elvis should have refused to ever record. This song is a complete waste of time and it's not a quality song either because it's an atrocious song. It's truly a forgettable song. I rated this one star because there isn't a zero stars option.
Gorse wrote on March 02, 2014
Can anything be called a song with a duration of 28 seconds, not in my book. When listening to it on the masters series it appears more or less as a prelude to Violet, the truncated Love Me Tender of 52 seconds, equally not long enough to be called a serious song in it's own right.
Steve V wrote on March 02, 2014
Who are these brilliant song writers? Elvis couldnt write songs better than this? He should have seriously given songwriting more attempts.
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