Ludhe sing tishoo for alto or baritone and piano
Words and music by David W Solomons - a hayfever filled parody of the old English canon "Sumer is icumen in ludhe sing cuccu" - complete with sneezes. The recording is from the CD Songs of Solomons and was performed by Stephen Taylor (countertenor) and Jonathan Leonard (piano), who have given permission for use of their performance. Summer is i-cumen in ludhè sing tishoo. Flower bloweth hooter gloweth all the summer noo! Summer is i-cumen in ludhè sing. Ludhè sing. Pollen clingeth in the nasal passages anew. Sing tishoo. Sing tishoo. Sing ti-shoo-oo-oo! Summer is i-cumen in ludhè sing tishoo Breathing wheezeth hooter sneezeth misery for you Sing tishoo! Sing tishoo, noo: pocket floweth over with the hankies soaked through! Sing tish. Sing tish shoooo!
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