She Taught Me How To Yodel

Album: I Remember You (1962)
  • I went across to Switzerland
    Where all the Yodellers be
    To try to learn to yodel
    With my yodel-oh-ee-dee
    I climbed a big high mountain
    On a clear and sunny day
    And met a yodellin' gal
    Up in a little Swiss chalet

    She taught me to yodel
    She taught me to yodel

    [more yodelling]

    Well now I'm gonna teach you
    How to yodel just like me
    It's easy when you're singin'
    To go yodel-diddly-oh-oh-dee
    First you take a deep breath
    Then it's K.O. one, two, three
    And then you'll hear a yodel
    If you listen close to me

    Yeah, this is how to yodel
    This is how to yodel
    Diddly-odel-oh-ee-dee-yodel-oh-dee Writer/s: ESTHER VAN SCIVER, PAUL ROBERTS, TOM EMERSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn May 7, 1967, Frank Ifield performed "She Taught Me How To Yodel*" on the CBS-TV variety program 'The Ed Sullivan Show'...
    Twenty-four years later on December 8th, 1991 the song would peak at #40 {for 1 week} on the United Kingdom's Singles chart...
    Between 1960 and 1991 he had sixteen records on the U.K. Singles chart; six made the Top 10 with four reaching #1; "I Remember You" {1962}, "Lovesick Blues" {1962}, "The Wayward Wind" {1963}, and "Confessin' (That I Love You)" {1963}...
    The two Top 10 records that didn't peak at #1 were; ""Nobody's Darlin' But Mine" {#4 in 1963} and "Don't Blame Me" {#8 in 1964}...
    Francis Edward Ifield will celebrate his 80th birthday this coming November 30th {2017}...
    * When "She Taught Me How To Yodel" charted in 1991 it was released as "The Yodeling Song".
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