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R with an I I with an N, N with a G G with an O; (etc.) This stanza is placed before or substituted for the stanza starting with "And is this not a sweet little song?" Versions that are variations on the early version.
There Was a Farmer Had a Dog and c'era un contadino che aveva un cagnolino di nome Bingolino " or informally b-I-N-G-O is a Scottish children's song of obscure origin.The farmer loved a cup of good ale, he called it rare good stingo, the farmer loved a cup of good ale, he called it rare good stingo.J with an I I with an N, N with a G G with an O; I think it is by jingo: jingo!( Full PDF,.An early transcription of the song (without a title) dates from the 1785 songbook "The Humming Bird 4 and reads: This is how most people know the traditional children's song: The farmer's dog leapt over the stile, his name was little Bingo, the farmer's dog."A Lay.8 Early versions of "Bingo" were also noted as adult drinking songs.His name was little Bingo.Filename: Bingo was his name (feat.Filename: Bingo was his name.mp3 01:10 128 Kbps.I think it is by jingo.1 (1956) and on 14 Numbers, Letters, and Animal Songs (1972).(clap)-I-N-G-O (clap)-I-N-G-O (clap)-I-N-G-O, and Bingo was his name-o.And Bingo was his name-o.The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland: With Tunes, Singing-rhymes, and Methods of Playing According to the Variants Extant and Recorded in Different Parts of the Kingdom.
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The Humming Bird : Or, a Compleat Collection of the Most Esteemed Songs.And is this not a sweet little song?Gomme, Alice Bertha (1894).9 Variations on the lyrics refer to the dog variously as belonging to a miller or a shepherd, and/or named "Bango" or "Pinto".There was a farmer who had a dog, And Bingo was his name-o.In some variants, variations on the following third stanza are added: The farmer loved a pretty young lass, and gave her a wedding-ring-o.