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Diddy Wah Diddy

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  1. Diddy Wah Diddy Lyrics: I got a gal down in Diddy Wah Diddy / Ain't no town and it ain't no city / She loves her man, just is a pity / Crazy 'bout my gal in Diddy Wah Diddy / Diddy Wah, Diddy Wah.
  2. Diddy Wa Diddie Lyrics: There's a great big mystery / It sure has worried me / It's diddy wah diddy / It's diddy wah diddy / I wish somebody'd tell me what diddy wah diddy means / I went out and I.
  3. Diddy Wah Diddy Trk #18 Disc 1 (Ellas Mcdaniel) Bo Diddley - vocal & guitar, Willie Dixon - bass Jody Williams - guitar, Little Willie Smith - harmonica Jerome Greene - maracas. The Moonglows - backing vocals; Harvey Fugua Bobby Lester, Alexander 'Pete' Graves & Prentiss Barnes. Rec. November 10, Checker #
  4. Diddy Wah Diddy Lyrics: Is it rollin'? / Alright, here we go, extra fast / Gotta gal down in Diddy Wah Diddy, woo / Ain't no town and it ain't no city, woo / She was born in the town she has grown.
  5. DIDDIE WAH DIDDIE IS PLAYED IN THE KEY OF C. and the chord progression goes like this - C,C7,F,C,G with a fast turnaround between the verses. The song is filled with challenges, and the first one is thumb only do we need a solid alternating bass pattern, but Blake also rolls his thumb across two bass strings from time to time, creating two strikes per beat instead of one.
  6. "Diddy Wah Diddy" is a song written by Willie Dixon and Ellas McDaniel, known as Bo Diddley, and recorded by the latter in The song shares only its title with Blind Blake's song "Diddie Wah Diddie" recorded in
  7. (A-diddy Wah) [Verse 1] (Diddy Wah) I got a girl down in Diddy Wah Diddy (Diddy Wah) Isn't no town an it isn't no city (Diddy Wah) She loves her man, just is a pity Crazy about my girl in Diddy.
  8. Manfred Mann - Do Wah Diddy Diddy VG+ 7" Vinyl 45 United Reissue. $ shipping: + $ shipping. MANFRED MANN'S EARTH BAND sha la la / do wa diddy diddy $ shipping: + $ shipping. MANFRED MANN Album Featuring Do Wah Diddy Diddy Seller Rating: % positive.
  9. Diddy-Wah-Diddy is the best known of the mythical places from African American folktales. This story was collected in the s. What is described here could also be called “the promised land” or “the land of milk and honey.” Versions of this story can be found in many religious texts, including Christian.

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