Category: Classic Rock

Its The Liquor - Kip Addotta - Life In The Slaw Lane (Cassette, Album)

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  2. Life In The Slaw Lane - Kip Addotta contributed by Chris Wolvie, February 4, For those of you playing the home game, this is similar to Kip's other masterpiece, "Wet Dream", except that, instead of marine terms he uses well see for yourself. available on: .
  3. Novelty Song: Life In The Slaw Lane - Kip Addotta A Collection of Novelty, Comic, Parody, and one-hit-wonder song lyrics. Also with PDF for printing. Home Novelty Songs Index Titles A-G Titles H-K Titles L-R Titles S-Z Main Menu Singing &Playing Order&Order Info Support Search. Share.
  4. I was a big fan of the punny goodness of Kip Addotta, with lines from songs such as Wet Dream and Life in the Slaw Lane still in my ammunition today. chowder. , AM 25 years ago a song was making the rounds via cassette tape, but a Google search fails to reveal who originally did it.
  5. Song information for Life in the Slaw Lane - Kip Addotta on AllMusic.
  6. RNLP/RNC - Life in the Slaw Lane - Kip Addotta [] Life In The Slaw Lane/Captain Of The Sofa Team (On My Own Damn Couch)/Hung Over All Over Again/Yuppie Rap//It's The Liquor/My Baby's In Jail/My Baby Has To Have A Tattoo/If I Were You, I Wouldn't Be/U-Haul Airlines.
  7. Aug 18,  · Comedian Kip Addotta, Who Famously Appeared on The Tonight Show Died At Stand-up comedian Kip Addotta died. He was His family announced the news in a Facebook post in which they mentioned he died earlier this week. The family hasn't revealed the reason for Addotta's death. Kip Addotta was a recurring face on The Tonight Show.
  8. Consider this song the primitive ancestor to Benny Hill's "Garden of Love," Kip Addotta's "Life in the Slaw Lane" and Steve Allen's "I Never Hurt an Onion." And speaking of primitive ancestors, the illustration for this entry is the classic painting by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, who was way ahead of his time.

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