A. Abdul Abulbul Amir. Accompanied By – Sid Feller's Orchestra And Chorus.
Abdul Abulbul Amir" is the most common name for a music-hall song written in 1877 under the title "Abdulla Bulbul Ameer". With respect to the title character, his last name appears as both "Ameer" and "Amir", and the syllable break between his first and middle names varies from version to version (originally "Abdulla Bulbul", as seen below, but often rendered as "Abdul Abulbul"). lt;/p
Abdul Abulbul Amir" is the most common name for a music-hall song written in 1877 (during the Russo-Turkish War) under the title "Abdulla Bulbul Ameer" by Percy French, and subsequently altered and popularized by a variety of other writers and performers. It tells the story of two valiant heroes-the titular Abdulla, fighting for the Turks, and his foe (originally named Ivan Potschjinsky Skidar in French's version), a Russian warrior-who encounter one another, engage in verbal boasting, and are drawn into a duel in which both perish. His Russian opponent's name has been more drastically modified over time.
Songs & Rhymes From Sweden. Stina Olofsson sent this rhyme with the note: "This rhyme means absolutely NOTHING. It's just fun and cute. Ole dole doff, Kinke lane koff, Koffe lane, binke bane, Ole dole doff! Ole Dole Doff.
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