My Toot Toot

Album: My Toot Toot (1985)
Charted: 50


  • This was a Zydeco novelty hit for Rockin' Sidney in 1985. It has been covered by a variety of artists, including Fats Domino, Doug Kershaw, and Rosie Ledet. In the US, Knight's version was the most successful.
  • Knight performed this song on an episode of the variety show Solid Gold. >>
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    Jerro - New Alexandria, PA, for above 2
  • This was used in Stephen King's 1986 novel, It, to introduce "Part 4: July of 1958" just before Mike Hanlon recalls when the Losers' Club launched an apocalyptic rock fight to save him from their bullies.

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  • Danleichty from Rochester, Mnwhat is this song about?-Daniel Leichty
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