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Skidamarink or Skinnamarink is a popular preschool song. Originally titled "Skid-dy-mer-rink-adink-aboomp" or "Skiddy-Mer-Rink-A-Doo", the initial version of the song was written by Felix F. Feist (lyrics) and Al Piantadosi (music) for the 1910 Charles Dillingham Broadway production "The Echo." Since the title is gibberish, it has had various spellings over the years. The song began appearing on many song collections for children's shows in the 1980s. One version appeared on the Australian show Bananas in Pyjamas. It now appears in the advertisement of Bose music systems.

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  • Skidamarink or Skinnamarink is a popular preschool song. Originally titled "Skid-dy-mer-rink-adink-aboomp" or "Skiddy-Mer-Rink-A-Doo", the initial version of the song was written by Felix F. Feist (lyrics) and Al Piantadosi (music) for the 1910 Charles Dillingham Broadway production "The Echo." Since the title is gibberish, it has had various spellings over the years. The song began appearing on many song collections for children's shows in the 1980s. One version appeared on the Australian show Bananas in Pyjamas. It now appears in the advertisement of Bose music systems.
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  • Skidamarink or Skinnamarink is a popular preschool song. Originally titled "Skid-dy-mer-rink-adink-aboomp" or "Skiddy-Mer-Rink-A-Doo", the initial version of the song was written by Felix F. Feist (lyrics) and Al Piantadosi (music) for the 1910 Charles Dillingham Broadway production "The Echo." Since the title is gibberish, it has had various spellings over the years. In Canada, the song was popularised by the band Sharon, Lois & Bram, who first released it on their debut album One Elephant, Deux Elephants, and then sang it on The Elephant Show. 'Skinnamarink' became their signature song, and their next television show would be named Skinnamarink TV after it. A natural ice rink at the Sharon, Lois & Bram Playground in Davisville, Toronto has been named the "Skinnama-rink" in honor of the song. The song had been discovered for the band by Lois Lilienstein, who had asked her cousin's daughter if she knew any good songs; the girl sang 'Skinnamarink', which she had heard at a camp she had just been to. None of the band members knew the origins of the song, and the track was attributed to Traditional. The song began appearing on many song collections for children's shows in the 1980s. One version appeared on the Australian show Bananas in Pyjamas. It now appears in the advertisement of Bose music systems. "Skidamarink" appears in an advertisement for the Chevrolet Cruze in the United States. Otto Brandenburg's Danish Christmas song Søren Banjomus is based on "Skidamarink", with accompanying "danglified" versions of the gibberish.
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