Wednesday Jones

Wednesday Jones

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Folk - Alternative | Vancouver, Canada
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Member Since: 2011
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Song Description

Imagine sipping a cappucino and three black and white dogs of varying proportions (Great Dane, Border Collie, and a Boston Terrier, all come walking by on the same leash? It was always a highlight of the weekend!

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Original blues song. Very original vocal. Most original lyrics.

    - Bill Beach

witty as hell with a nice groove...really like the lyrics and effects.

    - Bobby and Leslie
Lyrics

Big Dog Little Dog

Big dog, little dog, one in-between,
Walkin' walkin' down the Cove
With their Ilford sheen,
They're a black and white phenomenon
I'd kiss them but I don't know where they've been.
I wonder, wonder, wonder now,
Do you think they're mean...

Dog , iittle dog, one in-between,
Walking down the boardwalk
Looking like Holsteins,
And the geese who seem them passing by
Wondering who are those dominoes,
And how come they're not grey,
Grey matter, who knows?

Now this is a true story about three black and white dogs
living on Bowen Island,
And they're owner used to walk them down to the Cove
Where they'd look quite a sight, and we'd sit back
on the deck of 'The Derv" in it's glory days,
sipping on cappuccino "Island Style".
Wathching them dogs parade on by.

Now those three dogs had names
And the big one, she was a Great Dane called Gertrude,
And the middle one, that mid-sized gal, was Zelda.
And that teeny tiny one, a little boy, well, what would you call a
Teeny tiny boy monist those two big females?
SLUGGO!

Big dog, little dog, one in-between,
What is black and white to you,
A Charlie Chaplin scene?
I know one guy who says opposites,
Just like night and day.
Wonder, wonder , wonder now,
What would them dogs say....

...Dog, little dog, one in-between,
Walkin' walkin' down the Cove
With their Ilford sheen,
They're a black and white phenomenon,
I'd kiss them but I don't know where they've been,
I wonder, wonder, wonder now,
Do you think they're mean?

And I wonder, wonder, wonder now,
Do you think they're mean?

Song Length
3:34
Genres
Blues - General, Folk - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Pleased, Joyful

Subject Matter
Dogs

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Wendy Merkley, Noah Pryce-Jones, Hamish Alan Headley
Music Credits Wendy Merkley
Producer Credits Michael Creber, Buff Allan
Publisher Credits none
Performance Credits Wendy Merkley, Michael Creber, Buff Allan, Wayne Kozak, Robbie Steinenger, Hugh MacMillan
Label Credits none