I confess we hadn't heard of 'Harry Potter' back in 1912 ... however, we HAD of course heard of the sorceress called Mary Poppins! The similarities are striking, don't you agree? (This collision of J.K. Rowling and P.L. Travers courtesy of B.P. Hatbox.)
lead female vocal & bouzouki: B(eth) P(atterson) Hatbox
background vocals: the New Orleans Steamcog Orchestra
bass: Labonzo Dogmanm
xylophone & glockenspiel: Mahmoud Muhammad Akbar
trombone: Prof. Kikker von Froggsworthy
trumpet: Patrick O'Doyle
accordion: Lady Ophelia Squeezebox
banjo: Ignatius Mathdeekus
brushes: Prof. Milo R. Pinkerton
recorded at C.O.G. Secret Lab by Lewis D'Aubin
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gaj1967 - Jul 24, 2018
It's so easy to sing. I'm sure kids around the world will be singing this for ages.
Prof. Milo R. Pinkerton - Jul 24, 2018
Not only that, sonny - if you sufficiently understand all the choruses, we guarantee that you will also pass your first year Latin exams!
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