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Re: C. gaoligongensis/C. walawalabingbang.

  • Subject: Re: C. gaoligongensis/C. walawalabingbang.
  • From: Don Martinson <LLmen@wi.rr.com>
  • Date: Sun, 07 Oct 2007 11:34:31 -0500

> Colocasia "walawalabingbang"---for the benifit of us too young to recall,
> the word 'walawalabingbang' refers to an OLD humorous pop-song from the late
> 1950`s or `60`s called ''The Witchdoctor", it came out the around the same
> time as the funny song,  ''The one-eyed, one horned, flying Purple
> people-eater''.


And for anyone curious enough to want to know the entire lyrics, here is a
link, complete with MIDI melody:

http://users.cis.net/sammy/wdoctor.htm


Don Martinson (old enough to know better)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Mailto:llmen@wi.rr.com





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