- Isabella Bond:Bread And Butter Lyrics
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- The Newbeats: I Like Bread and Butter (1964)
- Bread and Butter (The Newbeats song)
Isabella Bond:Bread And Butter Lyrics
Lyrics and video for the song Bread and Butter by The Newbeats - Songfacts. Album: Bread & Butter / Big Beat Sounds (). Charted: I like toast and jam.and can and can
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This song is by Isabella Bond and appears on the single Downtown Lyrics licensed by LyricFind. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. This song is a cover of " Bread and Butter " by The Newbeats.
Bread and Butter by The Newbeats song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position.
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He likes bread and butter, He likes toast and jam, That's what his baby feeds him,. He's her loving man. I like bread and butter, I like toast and jam, That's what my baby feeds me, I'm her loving man. He likes bread and butter, He likes toast and jam, That's what his baby feeds him, He's her loving man. She don't cook mashed potatoes, She don't cook T-bone steaks, Don't feed me peanut butter, She knows that I can't take. Well I got home early one morning, Much to my surprise, She was eating chicken and dumplings With some other guy.
Other Misheard Songs
The Newbeats: I Like Bread and Butter (1964)
This should come with a consumer warning: It's one of those songs you wake up with nagging away in the back of your brain, the song you can't shake and sticks with you all day. The Newbeats from Shreveport, Louisiana were never destined for greatness or longevity. There was only so much you could do after a novelty hit sung in an irritating falsetto. But they did pretty well in a very short period. And they appeared on Top of the Pops. Needless to say this song was subsequently licensed to a bread company for use in an advertisement.
One bracing afternoon in the fall of , my Aunt Nelda was bustling about her house in Albany, Georgia, preparing for a visit from relatives. This was important because my cousins would not be coming by in person. My cousins had recently altered their names to Dean and Marc, and were two-thirds of a fledgling rock-and-roll group. Along with a man named Larry Henley, they were The Newbeats. She was excited for her big brother, whose sons were about to make it big—excited, in fact, for the whole family. Juliet, Tennessee, just east of Nashville. The notion that they were an overnight success makes Marc chuckle.
Bread and Butter (The Newbeats song)