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The Hut Sut Song
by The Platters
The Hut Sut song has been covered many times, by Mel Torme, Spike Jones and others. Written in the 1940s, it's a novelty song purportedly based on a Swedish folk song, that introduces a bunch of made-up words that the song goes on to define. To explain why the words bear no resemblance to actual Swedish language, the song notes that the boy didn't know any Swedish and that the nonsense words were simply ones the boy made up to go along with the melody he heard.

Here it is, sung by Herb Reed, the bass voice of The Platters. My treat!

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1964 - Blocked in 172 countries, perhaps because it was driving them crazy. - United States
Posted: 14th September 2019
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