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Der Deitcher's Dog

Der Deithcher's Dog[1]

Der Deitcher's Dog was a song by Septimus Winner circa 1864. It became a very popular nursery rhyme.

History

Earth-1A

This song came up as the topic of one of Riddler's riddles that he told the Superfriends.[2]

Lyrics

Oh, where, oh, where ish mine little dog gone?
Oh, where, oh, where can he be?
His ears cut short, und his tail cut long.
Oh, where, oh, where ish he?
Tra la la, tra la la, &c.

Der Deitcher's Dog (Lyrics)

Superman singing the song.[3]

I loves mine lager, 'tish very goot beer-
Oh, where, oh, where can he be?
But mit no money I cannot drink here-
Oh, where, oh, where ish he?
Tra la la, tra la la, &c.

Ocross the ocean, in Germanic-
Oh, where, oh, where can he be?
Der Deitcher's dog ish der best companie-
Oh, where, oh, where ish he?
Tra la la, tra la la, &c.

Un' sasage is good, bolonie, of course-
Oh, where, oh, where can he be?
Dey makes um mit dog, und dey makes um mit horse,
I guess dey makes um mit he.
Tra la la, tra la la, &c.

References

  1. As seen in the comic story: Riddles and Rockets! (1977).
  2. As seen in the comic story: Riddles and Rockets! (1977).
  3. As seen in the comic story: Riddles and Rockets! (1977).

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