Chocolate Ice Cream Song

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My mama said if I'd be good,
She'd send me to the store
She said she'd make some gingerbread
If I would sweep the floor.

She said if I would make the bed
And dust the telephone
That she would send me out to buy
A chocolate ice cream cone.

And so I did the things she said
And then she made the gingerbread
Then I went out, just me alone
And bought a chocolate ice cream cone.

While coming back I stubbed my toe
Upon a big old stone
Now need I tell you that I dropped
My chocolate ice cream cone.

A little puppy came along
And took a great big lick
And so I hit that mean old dog
With just a little stick.

Then he bit me where I sit down
And he chased me all over town
And now I'm lost, can't find my home
And all because of a chocolate ice cream cone.

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The "Chocolate Ice Cream Song" tells the tale of a child who is promised a reward of being able to go get an ice cream cone after the child does his chores around the house. The song lyrics were written by an American country and western singer named Rose Maddox. and a record of the song was released on the Capital Records label in 1959.

It's nice to get chocolate ice cream as a reward or any time! Ice cream is a frozen dessert, frequently made from dairy products, like cream or milk, with sugar and flavouring added. A sweet desert like ice cream has been around for thousands of years, way before manufacturing plants started producing ice cream as we know it today. The first known treats like this were made by pouring fruit juice over snow.

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Hayden, Cook Islands

31 October 2016 at 12:32am

Im obliged for the blog.Thanks Again. Fantastic.

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AJP, United States

26 September 2016 at 8:46pm

My dad sang this to us as kids. My daughters and I changed the second verse so it doesn't involve hitting a dog with a stick. :D Now returning home I stubbed my toe upon a big old stone Indeed I say that I did drop my chocolate ice cream cone A little doggie came along and tried to take a lick I told that doggie No-No-No the chocolate makes you sick! And he licked me, Right on my face, And followed me All over the place, And now he's mine I brought him home, And all because of a chocolate ice cream cone!

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Darold, Korea, Democratic People's Republic of

18 July 2016 at 2:16am

Sorry to hear all that Heidi. I can imagine being totally and completely sick of ears by now. Wow. Prayers that Ky#3e&le9;s heals all by itself, and soon!

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Giggles, Korea, Republic of

18 July 2016 at 1:17am

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Karen, Ohio

15 March 2016 at 10:12pm

I have been trying to remember the words to this old song. I even wondered if my mind was playing tricks on me because no one else remembered it.

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c, c

27 February 2016 at 12:57am

Back to the 20s!

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sumaika, Pakistan

18 August 2015 at 12:12pm

Nice song I have to choose this song for class as I am a teacher and a docter

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KD Oglesby, United States

23 June 2015 at 5:06am

My Great Grandma sang this to her 8 children, and they sang it to their 28 kids, and they sang it to their innumerable kids, my cousins and me included! When my Great Grandma sang this to me, I'd picture myself in her neighborhood, trotting off to get an ice cream cone. For years, I thought this was a song she made up to tell me about my Grandma, her daughter. Now I sing it to my Grandson. He begs for it every time. Love, love, LOVE this song!!!

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Theresa Thibodaux, United States

27 January 2015 at 1:09pm

My mom sang this song. I am the only one that remembered it. Sang it to my grandson and now to great grandchildren. I think it was published first in the 30s. I am 74 now so it must be that old.

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Pamela, Dallas Tx.

13 November 2014 at 11:16pm

My mom sung it to me my whole life..and now to my grandson.she plays guitar with it.at the end she ads again..all because of that chocolate, chocolate, cho...ah ah ah oclate ice cream cone...!

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Lori Brooks, Rancho Cordova, California

23 October 2014 at 4:34am

My Father sang me this song with his guitar, when I was a little girl. I had always wanted to get him on video singling this song to me. So my Grandniece and Nephew would have a part of there Great Grandfather. But now it's filled one of many holes still left upon my heart. To see the words in writing so I may learn the keys and sing it myself to leave just a little part of my dad's legacy. Since I was never able to have any children, I am the only remaining legacy to my father. I only hope this will be enough of his legacy that he sung to me, that I can sing to them.

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ashely, United States

13 October 2014 at 4:47pm

My grandma sang this to me and all my cousins. I miss her dearly ! What a great memory!

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carol, United States

26 July 2014 at 1:43pm

can any tell me where a can get karoke cd with the song: chocolate ice cream cone

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JoAnn Lewis, Ashville, ALI

16 July 2014 at 9:41pm

THANK YOU, Google!! Can't believe I found the words to this song! I heard this song in the early 1950's & NOBODY I ever asked had heard of it. I want to sing it to my little grandson. Thank you.

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Kelly Miller, United States

19 February 2013 at 3:09pm

I ALWAYS thought my mother made this song up, I love it. Although now that my son is 8 he understand the words and loves the song but got sad when he realized the little boy was lost so now every time we sing it together we make up another couple sentences for the ending to make it happy for the boy.. RIP Momma you died so young and I lost you way to soon.. I'm happy to know there are more people I can connect with from this song alone...

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Holly, United States

9 January 2013 at 10:31pm

i have never met anyone who knew this song. almost thought my mom had made it up

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Lily, United States

6 December 2012 at 10:33pm

lol love it omg

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Amy, United States

19 November 2012 at 10:21pm

This is great! My grandma used to sing this to my mom and my mom sang it to me. Now I'm 34 and I always sing it to my 2 girls and they love it. My girls are 8 & 3 and sing it to each other at bed and hopefully will sing it to their children one day!

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Richard, United States

9 November 2012 at 6:22pm

Me and my mom used to sing that song togather.miss u mom.r.i.p 1987

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Steve, United States

16 October 2012 at 8:24pm

I learned this song in elementry school 50 years ago from a friend who used to sing it all the time and I never forgot the words. I used to sing it to my kids when they were little and just found an mp3 version I have added to a CD I am making for my grand kids. I always loved this song.

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