Bus de Doble Cabina (Double Dutch Bus) - Frankie Smith - Double Dutch Bus / Double Dutch (Vinyl)

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  1. May 24,  · Give me a HO if you've got your funky bus fare HO There's a double dutch bus comin' down the street Movin pretty fast So kinda shuffle your feet Get on the bus .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Double Dutch Bus / Double Dutch on Discogs. Label: CBS - • Format: Vinyl 12 Frankie Smith - Double Dutch Bus / Double Dutch (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(1).
  3. Double Dutch Bus. Give me a HO if you've got your funky bus fare HO HO HO. There's a double dutch bus comin' down the street Movin pretty fast So kinda shuffle your feet Get on the bus and pay your fare And tell the driver that you're Goin' to a Double Dutch Affair Fe Fi Fo Fum Well I'll be darn here it comes The Double Dutch Bus is on the street You'd better get off the curb Move your feet.
  4. Double Dutch Bus y otras muchas canciones de Frankie Smith traducidas al español las podrás encontrar en Traduce Letras! Además de la letra de la canción Double Dutch Bus en español, también encontrarás Double Dutch Bus traducida en portugués, en inglés, en francés, en alemán y otros.
  5. Aug 27,  · Franklyn Leon "Frankie" Smith is an American funk musician and R&B/soul songwriter. He is best known for his single "Double Dutch Bus". With his single "Double Dutch Bus", Smith.
  6. Give me a HO if you've got your funky bus fare HO HO HO There's a double dutch bus comin' down the street Movin pretty fast So kinda shuffle your feet Get on the bus and pay your fare And tell the driver that you're Goin' to a Double Dutch Affair Fe Fi Fo Fum Well I.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Double Dutch Bus on Discogs. Label: WMOT Records - 4W8 • Format: Vinyl Label: WMOT Records - 4W8 • Format: Vinyl 12 Frankie Smith: Doble Bus Holandes = Double Dutch Bus /5().
  8. Hip-Hop was born in New York City, but by its influence extended to Philadelphia, where Frankie Smith used elements of the form to create "Double Dutch Bus," one of the most unusual songs ever recorded. Smith was a staff writer at Philadelphia International Records in the '70s, but he had little impact and was let go.

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