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Whiffenpoof Song

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  1. Kigazragore
    The origins of The Whiffenpoof Song can be traced to a winter trip by the Yale Glee Club, when two of the group's founding members created a humorous adaptation of the Rudyard Kipling poem, "Gentleman Rankers.".
  2. Sanos
    Feb 13,  · The Whiffenpoof Song Words & Music by Meade Minnigerode, George S. Pomeroy & Ted Galloway Recorded by Rudy Vallee, E7 A F#7 D Bm E7 To the tables down at Mory's, to the place where Louis dwells, D9 Bm E7 A Edim E7 To the dear old Temple bar we love so well, A F#7 D Bm E7 Sing the Whiffenpoofs assembled, with their glasses raised.
  3. Kajigul
    Sing the Whiffenpoofs assembled with their glasses raised on high And the magic of their singing casts its spell Yes, the magic of their singing of the songs we love so well "Shall I Wasting" and "Mavourneen" and the rest.
  4. Arajas
    The Whiffenpoofs of Yale on NBC's "The Sing-Off" on Monday, December 6th and Wednesday, December 8th, Also includes alternative versions of "Haven't Met You Yet," opening songs from the first two episodes and representatives of The Sing-Off contestants at .
  5. Dagal
    rows · Elvis Aaron Presley (January 8, – August 16, ) was an American singer and .
  6. Shakarisar
    Oct 12,  · The Whiffenpoof Song is the title song of the Yale Whiffenpoof a cappella singing group, founded in This Rudy Vallee version, with backing singers and organ, is a more intimate song than the Bing Crosby, and less a capella than the original song.
  7. Taukasa
    To the tables down at Morey's To the place where Louis dwells To the dear old temple bar we love so well Sing the Whiffenpoofs assembled With their glasses raised on high, And the magic of their singing cast it's spell Yes, the magic of their singing, Of the songs we love so well, Shall l wasting and Mavourneen and the rest, We will serenade our Louis!
  8. Virr
    Whiffenpoof Song (words Meade Minnegerode; tune attributed to Tod Galloway) From the tables down at Mory's, to the place where Louie dwells, To the dear old Temple bar we love so well. Sang the whiffenpoofs assembled with their glasses raised on high And the magic of their singing cast its spell.

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