Daddy Dewdrop – Orvie And Willy (Don't Cha Wanna Get Off). Orvie And Willy (Don't Cha Wanna Get Off). B. I Am A Motorcycle. This release was canceled by Sunflower.
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That led to the album titled simply "Daddy Dewdrop" (Sunflower SNF 5006/MGM SNF 5006) containing: A1. Chick-A-Boom (Don't Ya Jes' Love It) (2:40); A2. 5-Card Stud (3:52); A3. The March Of The White Corpuscles (3:23); A. Alas, with one minor obscure exception, none of the following would again appear on any major national charts, forever putting him into the One-Hit Wonder Club: Fox Huntin' (On The Weekend) b/w The March of the White Corpuscles (Sunflower 111); Migraine Headaches b/w Chantilly Lace (Sunflower 119) - both in 1972; Orvie And Willy (Don't Cha Wanna Get Off?)
Daddy Dewdrop is a pseudonym for American songwriter Richard "Dick" Monda (born 1940, Cleveland, Ohio, United States). He is best known for his 1971 hit "Chick-A-Boom (Don't Ya Jes' Love It)". Monda's family re-located from Ohio to California in the mid-1940s. He and his sister performed in Vaudeville and shows around Hollywood
Daddy Dewdrop has been performing all his life in one way or another. He's a natural-born entertainer with something to say. After a hit with Chick-a-Boom (Don't Ya Jes’ Love It), his music has been recorded by numerous icons throughout music history including Engelbert Humperdinck, Rufus, and Ringo Starr. Listen and be entertained.
Album: Rocky Mountain Christmas. I don't wanna see my momma cry. Just last year, when I was only seven. Now I'm almost eight, as you can see. You came home a quarter past eleven. And fell down underneath our Christmas tree. Please, daddy, don't get drunk this Christmas. Momma smiled and looked outside the window. She told me, "Son, you better go upstairs". Then you laughed and hollered "Merry Christmas". I turned around and saw my momma's tears
|A||Orvie And Willy (Don't Cha Wanna Get Off)||3:08|
|B||I Am A Motorcycle||2:47|