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Back to American examples of this song.   Page 193 of the _Crossroads of America Counsel Hand Book_ (1990).

This has both Ging Gang Goolee and Que Qua Moonie. Music is given and the tune for Que Qua Moonie is the listed as "Ging Gang Goolee".

Texts:

GING GANG GOOLE
Ging gang goolee, goolee, goolee, goolee
watcha, ging gang goo. ging gang goo.
Ging gang, goolee, goolee, goolee, goolee
watcha, ging gang goo, ging gang goo.
Hayla, hayla, shayla, hayla shayla hayla ho.
Hayla, hayla, shayla, hayla shayla hayla ho.
Shally wally, shally wally,
Oompah, oompah, oompah, oompah oommmmmm.

(Divide the grou into two halves. Sing the song through once. Keep
group one singing oompah and start the second group singing ging
gang goole. When group two comes to hayla the entire group sings
together. This second time through switch parts and group two
sings oompah and group one sings ging gang goolee.)


QUE QUA MOONIE
Tune: See "Ging Gang Goolee"

Que qua moonie moonie
Moonie moonie moshnick*
Hum qua que, hum qua quo.
Que qua moonie moonie
Moonie moonie moshnick
Hum qua que, hum qua quo.

O nicodemo, oh golly olly omo,
O nicodemo, oh golly olly
Hum qua, hum qu, hum qu.

*Tischnick or gooshnick may be exchanged for moshnick.


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